All depends on yardage you're seeing these Turkey. If everything is within 100yds then a 22Mag is very doable with a good 9 to 12 power scope. If over 100yds but within 250yds then a 223 for ammo cheapness. If going this route, be sure to get a good bolt action as it will be more accurate and a very good scope in variable power of up to around 16 power for more precise shooting and better picture of what bird you want to shoot if there's more than one to choose from, and they're so close together to make out one bird from another. Look to Weaver, Nikon, Vortex, Clearridge, Leupold and others for good scopes that don't change their POI when going from one power to another. A rifle bipod also might be in order for this route if the terrain permits. I wish my State of Missouri allowed rifles, but with some of the Hunter's I've dealt with in the woods, I can see why not.