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General Forum / Re: Word Association Game
Last post by slider - Today at 10:53:30 PM
Taxed

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General Forum / Re: 3 word story
Last post by slider - Today at 10:52:17 PM
Shall rise up

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General Forum / Re: Word Association Game
Last post by Lcmacd 58 - Today at 10:14:39 PM
New York
#4
2024 Guns N' Hoses / Re: It ain't looking good
Last post by RutnNStrutn - Today at 10:06:05 PM
Quote from: Deputy 14 on Today at 04:12:59 PMWe've had a heck of a good run at it anyway.
Absolutely!!  :icon_thumright:
#5
Trumpets / Wingbones Forum / Re: 2024 Trumpet Kill Thread
Last post by Will - Today at 09:51:51 PM


Permar Classic and Model 45


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Wyoming with some solid black wing feathers.


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General Forum / Re: Word Association Game
Last post by Vintage - Today at 09:49:12 PM
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General Forum / Re: Word Association Game
Last post by Lcmacd 58 - Today at 09:31:00 PM
Sunset
#9
Box Calls / Re: Glued Box
Last post by ferocious calls - Today at 09:30:46 PM
Quote from: mountainhunter1 on Today at 05:53:16 PMI have a walnut box glued to a bloodwood bottom with a purple heat lid from Dr. Jim Shelly that is one bad machine. I have seen some Dale Rohm boxes that were also excellent. I also know that Kip has some calls that run really well.

Kip - while on this subject, what are the chances compared to a nonglued box for one to come apart in the woods? I have wondered about them as far as strength, but my guess is that is not likely to be an issue.

If a man was only able to buy one of your Ferocious boxes - which one would you recommend to us as the one you would choose to slay birds with?
My calls are not coming apart in the woods.

I could not say which I would recommend. That lies in the hunters ear and what they want to hear i.e. loud,soft,strong, clear, raspy, young, adult etc.

I personally run the Full Choke, Sycamore and Loudmouth in Honduran Mahogany many days. New batch of Keystone Killers/Ash over Butternut are looking for a contest. Adult in the front and youth in the back on most of them. 3 on my vest table already.

Hard to go wrong with a Nut Butter/ walnut over butternut. I hunt them as well.

Anyone can pm me and we can find the one that your ear likes best. They all will call birds. Liking the call you play is key.
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Trumpets / Wingbones Forum / Re: 2024 Trumpet Kill Thread
Last post by Zobo - Today at 09:22:28 PM
Lights out with the Steve Lumma wing bone cane yelper

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