Back in late August of 2016, Colonel Smoothbore had this to say about pheasant hunting and the “perfect shot”:
The upland bird hunting season starts in a few days. In one of my earliest posts I offered some advice on the shot sizes I use when hunting these tasty critters. Here’s a recap of my choices.
He went on to state that, “Unlike the speedy pheasant, grouse and partridge are not particularly hard birds to kill, and also unlike pheasant, they do not run much when wounded.”
We love recapping Colonel Smoothbore articles! Take a look at his original article here, and let’s get ready for the upcoming upland game bird season!