I will not own another flex-tone. I purchased thier deer call (does doe, fawn and buck in one call) because I like packing light...and it was maybe $7-8. Not only was it a poor call, but I should have known when I bought it....the young man who was on their "pro-staff" (if you can call him a pro at all) said when asked if he likes his; "I kinda hafta...I'cause I work for them". I shoulda' listened to him right then and there. While the call did create some convincing calls, even with much practice it would shift in tone (say from a buck to a doe), but was good at contact call. My opinion....his statement said it all... :thumbsdown:
I have a quackhead and it is a great call for the price. I also have a Nasty Boy, but it is raspy and is mainly for timber hunting. You don't have much versatility with it due to the low volume. Don't have a flextone, but I don't know why anybody would want a call that flexed like that. Seems to me like the sound would be distorted somewhat. If you want to be able to get loud and aggressive, but still be able to get soft and quiet, I'd get the quackhead.
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