My question is, why are you putchasing a pre-smoked bird when it is so easy to smoke your own yurkey. Of course, if you don't have access to a charcoal grill. Smoker, or gas grill, you can't smoke the turkey. If you do have access to fire, and want to try smoking your own turkey, i can provide step by step instructions to produce the most tender and juicy turkey, with a gorgeous, crispy ski n.
In answer to your wustion about SV, if you butterfly, then cut the bitd into 2 halves, it will ne easier to fit it all into the bag. Another option, and one that gave me great results, was to debone my cooked bird the night before, plcee it into an electric roasting pan and cover it witb turkey broth, then set the temp control to 145 degrees, and let it all heat up for about 2 hours. The meat was extremely juicy and tdnder, and was well received at the function where it was served. You have options for getting a fabulous bird, whether you smoke it yourself, or purchase it pre-cooked. Of couse I prefer to smoke it myself. That way, I know what the quality will be. Often times, pre-cooked poultry is overcooked. At least that's my opinion
Seeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North