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    Suppressed 22LR or suppressed 9mm?

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    If they’re like the turkeys in my yard... I think you could use a hammer.

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    .22 in the ear hole all day long for me. But, since they’re game birds shooting one out of season and without a hunting license isn’t something I would recommend as it’s probably illegal where you live.

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    I think it will go down to a really good dry fire.
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    I almost suggested the slingshot!

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    He apparently is now my daughter’s pet turkey…

    Spent the night in that corner and gifted us with a pile of poop you’d swear was from a large dog.
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    22lr unless you have a healthy distance between you and the neighbors

    In the ear will do the job

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    Quote Originally Posted by jandbj View Post
    If they’re like the turkeys in my yard... I think you could use a hammer.
    Though then again. - back when I lived in the country, was sitting on the deck watching a mama turkey and about 20-ish chick-lets doing the bobbing, weaving, crossing of the yard. A feral kitten is watching, too, and doing the slow stalk and edging his way up to tail-end Charlie of the chicks till he's in pounce distance and baby kitty's butt and tail start a wiggling in preparation for leaping on a fine turkey dinner. Mama turkey notices the tall grass a shifting and knows somethings not right, and WHAM! She takes to the air and dive / chases feral cat screeching down the hill. Gotta make that first shot count, man! :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCN View Post
    I almost suggested the slingshot!

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    He apparently is now my daughter’s pet turkey…

    Spent the night in that corner and gifted us with a pile of poop you’d swear was from a large dog.
    Dear Daughter,

    It is with heavy heart that I inform you poor Tom was found dead in he backyard. His Wake is 3 pm. Please bring a side dish, something to go with roast turkey.

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    .22 to the head if you want to eat it.
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