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Rich Cronk

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I have been making Killer Calls for last couple of days. Today I just completed tuning one for a customer and decided to record a little bit of a rabbit scream with it. You guys like it? :good:

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Troy,Yes, my Killer calls are open reed design. By the way, I just boxed up a nice cow horn howler for someone with same first name as your's. :good:

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Cool,can't wait to get it. I just check your webs site. I need one more open reed to feel my line. I have a Les Johnson close range and a Les Johnson long range call. I really like his calls and have been getting great results with them. I have one spot open on my line that I could use a different sound.How easy is your Killer call to use? Is it the standard model or molded? Thanks,Troy

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Troy,If you are familiar with blowing open reed calls, the Killer call is fairly easy to use. I like to use lips only (no teeth on reed) when blowing for the raspy sounds like rabbit distress. For howling and puppy squeals, then I use my teeth to hold reed down. The Killer call is one of the loudest predator calls in the world, and is capable of a wide range of calling sounds. If you can only afford one call for all of your calling needs, the Killer call is it. The killer call is pretty much the "sleeper" of open reed calls.

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The link doesn't work for me. It opens a new window, but nothing there.

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Fellows, any custom call that Rich Cronk makes will be top shelf. The Killer Call is very versatile and I use it a lot to make the sweet howls, like young yotes or a female looking for love. The reed protector is a good feature too, as I have had my Killer Call for about two years and it still works flawlessly. I'd hate to have to carry just one call, but I'd pick the Killer Call if you made me do it. Perhaps the best feature included on Rich's calls is he personally tunes every one, and you can count on the tone.

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