stumpjumper wrote:For me it`s sight all the way. I highly recommend..Williams Fire Sight. They are made of metal are fully adjustable for windage and elevation and the fiber optics are not HUGH so at 40 yards they don`t cover up the whole bird. They are perfect so you can aim properly.
In the turky woods your gun is going to take a beating and a scope to me just won`t hold up to that. I`ve had to many guys tell me they bumped their scopes, lens fogged up or they couldn`t get lined up to get a good sight picture.
When turkey hunting KISS-keep it simple stupid works best
Super Dave 32 wrote:Thanks for all the suggestions fellas. I ended up buying a "Truglo Magnum Gobble-Dot Pro Series" fiber optic sight ($50 at Bass Pro) for my son's 20 gauge. It has elevation and windage adjustments. I thought that it just looked the easiest for him to line up with less chances of getting knocked off kilter in the woods. It worked great. He dropped his first gobbler about 20 minutes after sun-up on Saturday. I'll throw in a big to HeviShot also. The gobbler got spooked and was moving off quickly when we decided it was now or never to shoot. We stepped it off at 43 yards. Pretty awesome for a 20 gauge! HeviShot #4 closed the deal!
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