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Primos Bombshell Turkey Friction Call - Dick's Sporting Goods

Primos Bombshell Turkey Friction Call

Item Number: 20688086
Price: $29.99
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Primos® put in years of development to create the easy to use but effective Bombshell™ Turkey Call. Adjustable twist tuning creates a higher or raspier pitch depending on your preferred yelp, cut, or purr. The Primos® Bombshell™ Turkey Call mounts to your shotgun so it is less movement to pull the call cord to attract your old Tom the last few yards and then take your shot.


  • Simple to use turkey call that still sounds like a turkey
  • Push the rail to yelp, tap to cut, and slowly press the rail to whine or purr
  • Adjustable twist tuning for a higher or raspier pitch
  • Twist lock for silent carrying
  • Mounts to your shotgun for convenient, small movement calling with the pull cord
  • Model: 209
  • Primos

Country Of Origin: United States

Customer Reviews

Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Willing to try again after my return/exchange Took the call out of the package depressed it a few times no issue. Made an adjustment with the tuning rod. Depressed the handle and the entire glass call broke free in the body of the unit and jammed it up completely. I trust primos gear and any one item can be a Lemmon. Min like the simple design so I'm willing to get a new one and give it another try. April 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Primos turkey call Call is easy to use. T needed a call that I use to purr. This call looks like it will do the job. March 19, 2014
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