Ask someone what the best caliber of rifle to use on a hunt and you'll receive about as many answers as people you ask. Ask someone what is the best action and again you'll get an array of answers. What bullet is the right one for deer? What shotgun is best for turkey? So many questions... and an equal number of answers.
So, with that in mind, I am about to buy myself a box of shotgun shells for turkey. If you priced these puppies lately, you know that you don't buy several boxes so you can go out and see which ones you like best. I shoot a three inch magnum and am wondering which shot weight I should use. Some say 4's are great because they reach out and have lots of power at the target. Others say a 5 is more than enough and it gives you a better pattern. I called a friend today and he suggested that I go with 6's. Wow, I'd never heard of using 6's.
OK, here's the question..... do you have an opinion on what to use and can you give me reasons why?