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Welcome hunter! It's turkey hunting season! So get ready to practice shooting Strutting Gobblers and Jakes only. Watch out, there are many distractions that will in your hunting licence being revoked. The turkeys can only be shot in the head. Also, you only have a certain number of ammo and limited time! To win, you must pass through 3 levels of difficulty. Your score is based on how many bullets you use and how fast you beat the internet game. And remember, you are here for turkey hunting, not squirrel hunting! Have Fun!
Do you have few minutes on hand, and want to something fun, and do you also enjoy to play a free internet browser game? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play the free Turkey Shoot game online right now.
Use your mouse to play this internet hunting game. You have limited ammon and time. Score is based on how many bullets you use and how fast you beat the internet game.
According to WikiPedia turkey hunting is a sport involving the pursuit of the elusive wild turkey. Long before the European settlers arrived in North America, the Native Americans took part in hunting wild turkeys. Depending on local rules and regulations, the wild turkey is hunted either in the spring or fall. The shotgun is a popular weapon for hunting wild turkey. Turkey hunters will often "owl" to shock a gobbler into gobbling. To do this, you can either use your voice or you can even use a specific call to produce the sound. In a typical hunting scenario, either with a shotgun or a bow, the hunter waits for the dominant male, or "tom", to get within range. Oftentimes in the Spring, the dominant male will come within range while in "strut". The hunter will then wait for a time where the Wild Turkey is parallel to their position and the side of the head is exposed. This affords the hunter an opportunity to harvest the bird with a clean shot in order to make the harvest quick. Additionally, this has the benefit of ensuring that the "shot" from the shotgun does not penetrate the meat nor shred the feathers during the harvest.