Front AND rear sights are a must if you want to be DEAD on the money when you pull the trigger on that gobbler you`ve been working for the last few hours. I WILL NOT hunt turkeys without one. I`ve set and listened to many a hunter say that they use only a front bead or no sights at all. I say shame on you. You leave way to much room for error and run the chance of wounding a bird or making a complete miss. WHY????? Personaly I work way to hard to get a big bird in range to screw it all up when I pull the trigger.
Here are the sights I highly recommend for turkey hunting http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/11620-1.html
These sights are made of metal, and are fully adjustable in elevation and windage. And best of all they are affordable. Hell most quality pot calls cost more.
As for the Jelly Head turkey choke, my daughter uses one and it throws the best patterns out of all the chokes she has tried. It will do you a fine job.
Make sure you pattern the gun and are dead on when that special moment comes
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