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Flextone Bone Collector Brotherhood Deer Call

Flextone Bone Collector Brotherhood Deer Call - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Bring in a dominant buck ready to defend his territory with the Bone Collector® Brotherhood™ Deer Call. The aggressive roars and buck grunts can change to estrus bleats or fawn bawls at the touch of a button. Flextone® delivers true to life tone in an easy to carry call. Turn the call around and create cutting snort wheezes with the Flextone® Bone Collector® Brotherhood™ Deer Call.

  • Multi-sided deer call for hunting
  • Mimics a nasal buck grunt and aggressive roars
  • Push buttons can be used to create either doe estrus bleats or fawn bawls
  • Turn the call and the wrong end can be used for extra loud snort wheezes
  • Model: FG-DEER-00052
  • Flextone
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 23067626

Customer Reviews:

Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Deer Call Overall easy to use. Realistic sounds. Only issue is it will not let you do a soft/quiet doe call. October 17, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not impressed The grunt sound is just OK, not as loud as I would like, and it really only produces one tone. You can change it slightly by bending or cupping the end but that just muffles the volume. The "buttons" for doe and fawn call are not really buttons at all, just little green marks on the rubber end that depress the reed in 2 different spots. If the reed is not exactly centered no sound is emitted and all you hear is your own breath. Again, the tones are one dimensional. The doe bleat is too deep and the fawn bleat too high pitched. It's very difficult to get a good sounding fawn distress call or even a regular weepy doe love sick call. I can't figure out the "too too toosh" of the snort weeze. I can make that sound with my own mouth and don't need this call for that. I'm returning it tomorrow and buying the extinguisher. October 15, 2014
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