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I have used this call for the past few seasons and think it is great. Has anyone else got an opinion on this call?
aim small miss small,
Mel Gibson- The patriot
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I've got one. I like it good enough. My buddy loves it.
Hey, did you grab the blind bag with the shells when we left the truck?
Safetys, use them: If you can see red, you can get dead!
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- Location: Joplin, MO.
i don't know much about the primos wench but when i lost my call lanyard a few years ago i somehow picked up a primos pro mallard #804 at a hardware store. i had about 6 other calls that all sounded terrible. this primos call allows me to really wail a highball...and tickle the feeder chuckle...i simply cannot squeal this thing out. the calls i lost were calls i have been using since the 1960's...no longer in production. i have since been able to pick up replacements on ebay. they were a greenhead RD 51, an Olt K-11 diver call, and an Olt D-2 (largest selling call in the world). i am reluctant to admit it, but this primos $10 call may be the best call i have ever used !!! including the diver PURRRR!!!!
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- Location: wisconsin
If it's from Mississippi....it has to be good!
There's a reason it's called huntin' and fishin' instead of killin' and catchin'
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- Location: Brandon, MS (Born in the Delta)
BEST CALL EVER!!!! and even though it has those little slots.. you can cut those off and even tune it up a little more.. but stock.. they sound great!
If it flies, it dies!
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- Location: puyallup, wa
my favorite call to blow
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- Location: WOODINVILLE, WA
Not a bad lil call at all. I don't have one....but sure like the way it sounds.
I just might have to pick one up soon.
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