So...I hit the range last night to pattern my shotgun and have mixed results. I'm using a .665 (I believe that is the correct decimal point location?) Remmington Super Full Turkey choke and shot at 25 yard and 50 yard turkey targets (set range points...was hoping to plug one at 30-35, no dice). I used two types of shells since I already had them and they seem to fit the description of a "turkey load", which were: - Kent Fastlead, 2.75" 1-3/8 oz #5, 1550 fps, 3-1/4 dr.eq. - Remmington Express, 2.75" 1-1/4 oz #5, 1330 fps, 3-3/4 dr.eq. Anyway, my results varied, the Kent had more pellets at 50 yards within the 16 dia. circle (rougly 30-40), however, the Remington actually had a more even pattern at 25 yards. So my question is what should I use? Obviously a 50 yard shot is possibly beyond the envelope of ethics, but since I was not able to shoot between 25-50 yards I'm not certain which to use. Lastly, should I go out and buy a box of honest "turkey" loads or am I good with the 2.75" shells that I'm using? A little embarrased to say this, but I'm sort of afraid to shoot anything beyond 2.75"...the recoil of 5 shells through the turkey choke felt like 4-rounds of trap (100 shells)!