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Best steel load for cranes? #2740251 11/10/11 07:19 PM
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Re: Best steel load for cranes? [Re: BlakeJ] #2740254 11/10/11 07:20 PM
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#2 Kent Fast Steel?

Never hunted them specifically but have taken a few while duck hunting, the #2 knocked em down well. Im sure someone with some good exsperiance will chime in soon!



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Re: Best steel load for cranes? [Re: Cody Malone] #2740428 11/10/11 08:23 PM
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I've taken them down while goose hunting with 3.5" BBs. They come down easy.



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Dear Lord please bullwhip me for saying this but I agree, Marcstar is in the lead. Please nobody use this as a quote!!!
Re: Best steel load for cranes? [Re: Marcstar] #2740430 11/10/11 08:24 PM
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Re: Best steel load for cranes? [Re: BOBO the Clown] #2740472 11/10/11 08:43 PM
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You do not have to use steal for Cranes Just FYI. If you have a chance at geese, or ducks in the same spot you be be using steel.

but if it is only a crane shoot steel not required.


Re: Best steel load for cranes? [Re: ducknbass] #2740717 11/10/11 09:52 PM
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Originally Posted By: ducknbass
You do not have to use steal for Cranes Just FYI. If you have a chance at geese, or ducks in the same spot you be be using steel.

but if it is only a crane shoot steel not required.



we'll be taking geese as well during the hunt.


Re: Best steel load for cranes? [Re: BlakeJ] #2740719 11/10/11 09:53 PM
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I would run a double BB then.


Re: Best steel load for cranes? [Re: ducknbass] #2740834 11/10/11 10:22 PM
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Re: Best steel load for cranes? [Re: Raider07] #2741032 11/10/11 11:58 PM
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BBs, BBBs, Ts or Fs


Re: Best steel load for cranes? [Re: Featherduster] #2742299 11/11/11 02:03 PM
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BB as the largest 1, or 2's is all you need to flat crumple a crane.


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