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post Nov 27 2006, 01:50 AM
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I love the New Buck Roar, but I am disappointed that even with the included dvd, it does not explain and go through th different settings for the call with the rubber ring. I used to use a single stage call. I wanted something new and better and chose Primos. Can anyone help me out here? Thanks.. Jess


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post Nov 27 2006, 03:17 PM
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Sure thing man, and welcome to the site! The lowest setting (TB) is for Trophy Buck. It gives you the deepest sound...one that a BIG buck would make. Next is MB for Mature Buck. I don't remember what order the rest are in, but each setting higher gives you a higher-pitched sound. Put the ring all the way to the top setting and you can make a doe bleat. Next time you're in a sporting good store, check out the back of the package on a Primos Power Buck and Doe - the sound board is the same, and that one explains the different settings. The major function you get with the Buck Roar is that the call is louder than anything they've made before, so you can use it as a locator call instead of just calling when you can see them. Hope that helps!


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post Nov 27 2006, 03:40 PM
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Hey guys, he hit it on the head. This call can do it all. It is adjustable so that you can try and get that big one to try and get just a little closer. By changeing the setting you can make that big buck think that a smaller one is intruding on his Does. I used it with the TB setting this weekend and a 2 1/2 year old 8 pt came in real mad. He had a hot Doe with him and did not care what was invading his area of the day. Move the ring and try the other settings if you want, but this time of year even little bucks think they are huge.

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post Nov 27 2006, 03:44 PM
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I love this new call. I used it in Maryland during the first week of November but got my best success in Illinois during the height of the rut. My guess is that I Roared in 5 different bucks that I saw out in a field over 200 yds away and all 5 came running.....I mean that. I like the high volume capability if needed for grunting. This call will do it all. I have mine adjusted to the deepest setting and have not fooled with it since. Whether you want loud grunts, soft grunts and loud roar's this call will do it all.


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post Nov 27 2006, 04:49 PM
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The bucks that come in for me all have had there hair standing on end like a mad dog! The big boys havent given me the opertunity yet! They will screw up soon! :wink:


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post Nov 28 2006, 08:10 PM
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that buck roar dose wonders my dad had a huge 8 pointer come running in from behind him from across the feild but it did not give an good enough shot


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post Nov 28 2006, 08:22 PM
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this is a picture of a buck that I shot on teh 18th of Nov. He was feeding in our hay field and when he started to leave I grunted at him three times. He then stopped and turned to look in my direction. Then I gave him a ROAR and he came runnign across the field and almost ran past my pop up blind. I went out that afternoon and called blindly and with in a minute i had two eight points with in range. THIS THING WORKS!!!!!
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post Nov 28 2006, 10:45 PM
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