Still here and haven’t gone crazy yet.
From Julia Child volume 1:
Skinless Turkey breast sliced into 2x1 inch strips (against grain) - *she uses chicken breast
Let warm to room temp
Salt and pepper heavily
Heat olive oil and table spoon butter
Toss turkey in flour - shake out and add to pan...
My feeling exactly. The breasts seem fine and were untouched. I’ve shot allot of turkey, so I have a base line. It was the partially eaten tail gave me a bit of pause and I needed to shout it out to you guys for perspective. Thanks!
So I hit a turkey last night with my truck. Seemed in good shape so I hung him off the back of my house. This morning I realized he was too low as something chewed into the lower back. I am assuming it was a raccoon, as a coyote wouldn’t have come that close to the house. I breasted out the bird...
This article was great, but like all things on the web, you talk yourself in and out of anything, still think 300 win mag.
.300 Win Mag vs .30-06 Sprg – Cartridge Comparison | Sniper Country
Thanks for the feedback. Shots are average 300- 400 yards. Looking for some real training. Didn’t know Sig offered riffle. I’ll look again at Sig and research the facility.
I am a member of woodcock in Dartmouth they are I think out to 500. I’ll ask around there as well.
Can you carry a sidearm hunting in NH?
This is an old post - But I am headed to Pittsburgh bird hunting and wondering about bears. I am sure not an issue, but if i I have the .44 why not bring..?