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    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    #4 Turkey loads will do a fine job on a Coyote at close range. There's never any worries about that.
    This i agree with.

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    Hang In there Riley21- it just may very well be a slug. I'm not yet convinced with what I have found so far.

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    Still not reading that. Please provide the quote if you don't mind. My view of the "possession" and "use" is two different things. Here is another scenario for some feed back would be welcome. Don't want to ruin this thread by getting too much off topic but if I cannot posses a slug, at 7 pm do I have to have my gun encased. If I'm turkey hunting I'm turkey hunting. At 7 pm I'm no longer turkey hunting but there is still daylight for other species. Just confusing IMO.[/QUOTE]

    It doesn't matter what your view of possession and use is. All that matters is what the officers view is on the issues and if he stops you and he finds slugs and turkey gear together you will get charged.
    I use hevi shot #4 3 1/2 if I think I might run into coyotes when turkey hunting and #4 buck in a Carlson dead coyote choke when coyote hunting.
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    With respect to the 7 pm issue, if you are caught still hunting after 7, I can pretty much guarantee you will be charged. You will have to explain what you were doing to a JP, and hope he buys your story. In our area, coyote hunting is year long. If you can convince the CO, you were yote hunting, you may not get whacked. If you are still in possession of decoys, turkey calls etc., you will likely get charged. I highly doubt the CO would believe your story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick_iles View Post
    79- ontario reg. 665
    As soon as you load your gun with anything other than 4,5,6 shot, you would have some 'splainin to do!
    If you were unlucky enough to be checked, no doubt you would be charged.
    You would have to convince a JP, you weren't turkey hunting....all camoed up, with a turkey decoy and calls. Good luck with that ! There has been charges laid for mere possession of illegal loads while checked out in the field.
    Thanks for the clarification,rick. I knew I had a brain cramp as soon as I hit the post button.LOL
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    Hand loads (MEC 600 JR) "0" buck .32 cal (12 pellets), 2 3/4" shells at 25 yards, 870 with full choke 28" barrel. Should work nice, haven't shot any yotes yet, but should work. About .22 cents per load.
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    How big is that piece of cardboard ? Patern seems pretty blown to me, for 25 yds. I can tell you from lots of experience, it takes a really good hit from even 00 buck to stop a yote.

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    Remington Nitro Steel, size T, with mod. choke in my Beretta Extrema shotgun. Patterns great and absolutely devastating out to 40yds.

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    it all depends on how good a shot you are if your a good shot use a slug, if yournot as good or are planning to take running shots id shoot a #4buck, your choke is fine just don't shoot anything big like a slug or oo buck thru tighter than a modified choke

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