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NEVER point others with your gun; firearms must be always considered as loaded and Hunting Safety Tipsdangerous thus, aim only to your target and be sure the barrel is pointing up when you are hiking or waiting.

If you need to climb, it's always a good idea to have a hunting partner to keep you gun while you climb, otherwise an accident might occur, especially if you fall down.

When you find a target BE SURE that's an animal; in case of doubt NEVER FIRE since you could be shooting another people; on the other hand, NEVER shoot an animal when another person is near it or in the shooting line.

If you are using high power ammo, it's mandatory to be sure that no one is behind the animal because it could be a victim if you miss your target. In case of long range shots, use binoculars to be sure no one is there; if you are not sure, just avoid shooting.

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This year legal equipment are shotguns and muzzleloading shotguns with shot sizes 2-9. In case of hunting without fire weapons, recurve or Fall Turkey Seasoncompound bows as well crossbows are allowed. On the other hand, both fire weapons and arrow hunters will be allowed to use dogs this season.

It's important to contact your local state regulations for precise information regarding this years regulations and allowed units for fall turkey hunting.

For those who have never experienced fall turkey hunting, it's a big chance to learn a lot about turkeys behaviors and habits; on this season the birds have plenty of vocalization and are very active, thus going out to the woods will be very illustrating, particularly for those new.

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Quails tend to form big coveys but since most of time they are feeding on the ground it's hard to locate them, hence if you bring a couple of dogs to your quail hunting, they smells sense will do things easier for you; in addition they will be very helpfull to retrieve the fallen birds. Labradors and Spaniels are of the best dogs for quail hunting.Quail Hunting Tips

Weather conditions for quail hunting tend to be warmer than other types of hunting, then lighter clothes are necessary, in addition due to the long distances and the complicated terrain, resistant but light weight boots are mandatory. In addition don't forget to wear vivid colors garment.

Since most of quail hunters go out in groups, vivid color clothes will avoid a hunting accident because you will be more visible to your partners,

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Quails tend to be grouped on big coveys, tightly close one to another on the bushes or the ground and once the hunter has located the birds it's just mater to make the covey flush, choose and individual bird, aim and shoot, all of these in a matter of seconds!Quails Hunting

And that's because quails hunting is so exciting!

However it's easier to describe the technique than perform it because the high speed of quails flying and their small size make of the birds a very hard target to get.

In order to facilitate aiming, it's usefull to have help from a couple of dogs who will be in charge to flush the covey, allowing the hunter to focus on one bird and shot it.

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For those shooting everyday with gloves, after years of practice there's no problems at all regarding comfort, precision and convenience regardless the model of glove used but for people who have never shoot with gloves, Best hunting gloves must conver fingers entirelythe lost of precision, convenience and speed when shooting is a major concern.

Despite the type of glove, hunter's hands become a little more bulky when wearing gloves, furthermore some insulation materials may be slippery, making harder to properly hold your gun and jeopardizing precision as well.

The natural way to avoid this problem is practice with gloves regularly, once and once again, since the fact of using gloves does not affect your shooting performance; the problem is that many choose the fast way and decide to use barefinger gloves.

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