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Discussion in 'Waterfowl Hunting' started by Arkansas duck hunter, Dec 21, 2010.
Whats your favorite shot size for huntin the timber?
Depending on what gun I got in hand, 2,s, 3s, and 4s.
4s don't know why but I've found I kill more ducks with 4s than any other.
BB's in private timber and 2s in public
I'm very fond of 7.5's when they're in ya Face and 6's when they wont come in below the trees :whistle:
I prefer and only shoot 3 1/2" 2's 1550 fps or faster, regardless where I'm hunting ducks. Deadly when ducks are 5-25 yards.
I've tried all different sizes of shot in mainly 3" and 3 1/2" over the past 15 years or so and I feel like #2's in the 3 1/2 shell works the best for me.
X2 with a IC choke..:up:
3 in #2's just about everywhere I hunt and with a full choke. It never comes out of my gun.
#4's hammer them heads
6's of the squirrel shot variety...high brass please:whistle:
3" #3 Hevi-Metal!!!!
It's like hitting them with a Stinger!!!!
2s mostly but going to try some 4s this year with a T2 rob roberts choke:up:
3" 4s with IC choke.
3" 2's with a #25 choke (light full) timber, fields, whichever? If you need more choke or bigger shot then your not doing your job as a hunter/marksman
Yep, with IC choke! :biggrin:
Magnum Force :up: