Shot size for ducks

yooper

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Seems like this topic always sparks alot of debate.....

I use 2 3/4" #4 when I hunt over blocks and have killed many birds out to 40 yards.

When I jump-shoot ponds I switch to 3" BB's.

My goose medicine is a 10 gauge loaded with BB.


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DKO

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3.5" mag. #2 for ringnecks and divers!
and 3.5" #4 for puddle ducks! 1 usually buy a case of #4's and split a case of #2's with a buddy!

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Delw

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I buy about 5 box's of 3" #2's a year, I never know if i'm puddle jumping or sitting over decoys. Depends on the weather here in AZ.

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Shadowrider

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I shoot 2 3/4" #4's, steel. Sometimes I use 3" #4's. Back in the dinosaur days, I used 2 3/4 #6 lead. SR
 

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