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Randolph Cox
post Feb 21 2013, 03:44 AM
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I just got the new bombshell call,and i really like it..I had it making cutts,cackles,clucks,yelps,and even a little kee-kee'ing...I couldnt quite get it to purr right,but I haven't even tried tuning it yet,and hey all the rest of the sounds made up for that.I would have to say out of all my calls.. this call makes the most sounds with the least amount of effort.I will be field testing it soon..to let ya know what the turkeys think about it.


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post Feb 21 2013, 04:41 AM
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Is there some special trick to tuning this sucker??? I try to just twist that arm like it says on the directions and mine won't budge.


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post Feb 21 2013, 06:06 AM
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QUOTE(Sp3Ak-Th3-LaNgUaG3 @ Feb 20 2013, 07:41 PM) *

Is there some special trick to tuning this sucker??? I try to just twist that arm like it says on the directions and mine won't budge.

Pull the black plastic piece back away from the green arm on the tuner side, then you can twist in either direction. Directions missed that part. Ive go mine singin' sweet turkey lovesongs!


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post Feb 21 2013, 01:48 PM
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The Bombshell is the real deal. To be honest I wasn't sure what to expect when I first saw it. However, after getting one and using it, all I can say is Wow! It's so easy to use and sounds really, really great too. I'm not just saying this but it's going to be a big seller for Primos this year. For beginners to advanced hunters, I think it will be a hit with everyone.


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post Feb 21 2013, 05:34 PM
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I agree with everything said as well. A lot of folks look down on calls that are simple thinking they cannot be effective but this call is the real deal. It's very easy to tune and use and it sounds fantastic, especially in the woods when you get 50 yards away.

IMHO this one is a winner!

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post Feb 21 2013, 07:55 PM
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gonna have to check it out,sounds like you guys are sold on it! I have a hard time changing my calls for something new,but I will check this one out! Hopefully it lives up to what you are saying here!


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post Feb 21 2013, 08:47 PM
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QUOTE(peter/pmr @ Feb 21 2013, 02:55 PM) *

gonna have to check it out,sounds like you guys are sold on it! I have a hard time changing my calls for something new,but I will check this one out! Hopefully it lives up to what you are saying here!

you should check out the new zink mouth calls pete they are easy to work and crisp sounding!


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post Feb 22 2013, 02:26 PM
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Already use Zink diaphrams! Like them alot! I am headed to cabelas on March 3-4-5,in Scarborough and have some shopping to do for spring season goose,and turkey!


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post Feb 22 2013, 03:39 PM
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I'm really considering this call, but my only hookup is the size. I don't have any doubts that it's a great sounding call as Primos does not make junk or gimmicky calls. I used to carry a vest full of calls, but ever since the strutter decoys came out, I've been more successful in either not calling at all, or just using soft calls like clucks and purrs. My go to call when I'm in a blind and I hear that gobbler within 200 yards is my ol Knight & Hale push button call. I can't remember the name, but it's a round one that they no longer make. I've been trying to locate another one because I want two for simulating a fight.

I was hunting with my buddy a few years ago and we were in a blind. He has the same call and I was able to call in two toms from quite a distance away, just using those two calls. My only mistake was not having Killer B facing our blind, but rather perpenicular, so when they popped up over the rise in the field they hung up.

Even when I run and gun I just carry a diaphram, a couple locator calls around my neck, a push button call and a slate. I do hunt public land and I also like hunting the later seasons when there's fewer people in the woods, but the hens at this time are tight lipped and the gobblers want the hens to follow.

I'd like to see the Bombshell scaled down a bit as I don't see this thing fitting in any of my pockets as I rarely use a vest anymore. I wear my Ol' Tom shirt and pants, which do have pockets for calls, but just not any big pockets. I guess I could wear the Bombshell around my neck as I see it has a loop for lanyard.

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post Feb 26 2013, 06:18 PM
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Peter,

You better order up some Mountain Hollow Calls!


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