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Postby CGD » Mon Nov 14, 2016 10:40 pm

Thinking about a new call before the end of the year and trying to decide between the G Overhauler or possibly the G Force. Wondering if anyone has ran both and what they preferred, or if there is something else in the Grounds catalog I should be looking for as far as a meat call is concerned.
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Re: Grounds Gurus step inside

Postby ColoradoGooser » Thu Nov 17, 2016 11:05 am

The G Force I ran had a little more range than my Overhauler does,but most likely in the tuning of said calls.
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Re: Grounds Gurus step inside

Postby CGD » Thu Nov 17, 2016 9:42 pm

Called the shop yesterday and got a G Force ordered, hopefully I'll get to use it on some late season birds.
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Re: Grounds Gurus step inside

Postby CGD » Sat Nov 19, 2016 9:02 pm

G Force showed up today, kinda surprised how easy it is to use, I guess I was anticipating needing more air pressure to run it.
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Re: Grounds Gurus step inside

Postby Nogis » Fri Mar 01, 2019 10:03 am

You liking that G Force still? I'm in a pickle. My brother has a Pro Super Mag, which I absolutely love, and I have a beat up old Buck Gardner Honker Hammer that I want to replace with a Grounds call. However, I'm unsure if I want to invest in anything too similar to the PSM, since I can likely borrow his call maybe a quarter of the time I hunt. I mostly hunt salt marshes and small fields and because of this I'm considering a Winglock Whisperer. Getting that would let me have a fair amount of variety, unless I for some reason can't bring his call along. My question is, do you think I could get similar sounds out of the G Force as the Whisperer produces?
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Re: Grounds Gurus step inside

Postby plainsman » Tue Feb 23, 2021 4:25 am

The G force is louder and higher pithed than the winglock....2 very different calls...G force is far more versatile....the whisperer is more of a finishing call....more mellow and softer. All that being said....tuning can play a big factor.
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