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Gander Valley P.C.S

Postby Scotty2hotty » Fri Nov 18, 2011 12:43 pm

I would like some opinions on this call The good the bad the ugly if there is any I see some floating around for sale and im thinking about pulling the trigger on one thanks Scotty.
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Re: Gander Valley P.C.S

Postby ironjeff00 » Fri Nov 18, 2011 3:55 pm

I recently purchased the Gander Valley Powerhouse before the season started and love the call so far. It's the only one I've been using this season. Its got great range and does a nice job when they're closing. I don't think you will be disappointed if you purchase from Gander Valley!
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Re: Gander Valley P.C.S

Postby 23yearsago » Sat Nov 19, 2011 9:08 am

I had one last season for a while. The only reason I traded it was because I had other calls that I could produce the same sounds and the others seemed to fit my hands better. Good sound, maybe a lil' more air to run it effectively, not a bad call.
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Re: Gander Valley P.C.S

Postby Marcus Riley » Sun Nov 20, 2011 5:56 am

The PCS is one of my go to calls while hunting pressured birds. It fit my hands like a glove, and the range is flat awesome. If you find one used I say pull the trigger and call the guys at GVCC so you can send it in for a free retune. The call beat out a traffic and that was my go to call . Good luck!
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Re: Gander Valley P.C.S

Postby RugerandMe » Mon Dec 05, 2011 12:58 pm

I got the Powerhouse as well at the beginning of the season and have loved it. It can make all the sounds I need and is pretty easy to run after I practiced a little. We do not directly hunt geese but a couple times a year, but we do kill a bunch of them while duck hunting so this call has been a big pickup for me getting them to come close. Had around 100 work a field we were hunting back in September and eventually got them feet down in the dekes! I believe the PCS maybe a little more responsive and a little louder in volumn but over all, I dont think you can go wrong.
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Re: Gander Valley P.C.S

Postby Fowl-Attitude » Mon Dec 05, 2011 6:10 pm

The PCS is a great all around call. Crisp solid crack to the notes and very easy to run. It gets very soft and the transition between the two is very smooth and easy to run. I think you will be more than happy with your choice. The guys at Gander Valley have a nice line up of goose calls.
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Re: Gander Valley P.C.S

Postby TeamRedDirt » Mon Dec 05, 2011 7:31 pm

The PCS is definitely my go to call I have ran it for about 3 years and have yet to find a call i like more.
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Re: Gander Valley P.C.S

Postby Scotty2hotty » Sun Dec 11, 2011 12:39 pm

Thanks for the replies this will be my first goose call and the one i'll learn on once again thanks
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