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Brother out law brought over his new 3 1 / 2 inch magnum turkey thumper with a box of what looked like artillery shells to feed it.

It was dark and we decided to fire a few into my north field for the heck of it. He took the first shot and it made MY fillings rattle. I think the international space station saw the muzzle flash.

I took the next shot – hard grip and doing the push / pull and recoil was stout but not as bad as I thought. Blast was intense. Quick break for ear muffs to go with ear plugs.

Last shot was at a full generic coke can on the ground 15 paces away. I held the flash light, brother out law did the honors. He must have hit it square on - can darn near evaporated. We did find about a quarter of the top the rest was little bits of red and silver aluminum. Shells were Remington 2 oz #4 shot.

He’s happy with it which is what matters. Shoot it again? As they say in TX - El passo ....
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The most I'll do is 3" for turkeys. Even that is a bit of overkill for the vast majority of shots. Pass on the 3 1/2" thundersticks.
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I shoot 3 1/2's for ducks, geese and turkey. I have no problems with shooting them. It does depend on what type of shotgun you're using as well. My Beretta is a smooth shooter.
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sounds like a Kill it, Clean it , and cook it round, all in one shot.
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I bought 2 boxes of 3.5 inch 12 gauge #4s for goose hunting about 14 years ago, shot one of them.......still have two boxes minus that one shell. Damn things HURT!!!
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