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I used it the harvest my 2nd Deer this year. I also let my buddys girl friend use it and she bagged a nice old blacktail doe. We both used Buckshot #1 and 00 buck. Worked great 100 gr of powder ,Red wad and 15 pellets topped with cardboard over wad. I also used per lubed wads and 3"muli-metal wads. I need to test more loads and powder charges to get the best pattern possible. Still working on it with the MOD. choke they sell. I have found out that if i load 120grs the shot spreads out to fast,but 100grs help a little. I did use it on some grouse last year with the extra full in it worked great 40 yards and dropped dead. I wish i was fast at loading the other grouse flow way.
- My friend girls first deer shot with the TK2000 with 00 buck at 45 yards
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- Not the bigest one just a young doe. They look so big in the brush. Shot with the TK2000 with buck shot at 45 yards
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I never considered my TK2000 as a deer shotgun. I have used it on turkey and grouse. Although buckshot is illegal for deer where I live. Nice looking eats there.
cast some 12ga 650grhp slugs over 85 grain new alliant blackm with paper hornet wad got a respectable 2in 75 yard grouping,plenty good for deer ,black bear
Do you remove the choke to shoot slugs?
Knight does not reccomend slug be shot in the TK2000
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