advice on what to purchase
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----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------I am testing a Firestorm right now, and it is a great little caller. They sent 8 of the new Foxpro batteries with it, and these batteries are the best I have tried. I feel that I must add that my CS-24 is the champion caller though. Go to www.allpredatorcalls.com to see these great calls. You will be glad that you did.
Check out the Foxpro CS-24! It is on the Foxpro web-site, in the Custom Shop section. Allpredatorcalls.com has them also.The Foxpro Firestorm looks to be a great caller. It is a cross between a FX3 and a FX5 but with a better remote.The CS-24 is only $80.00 more than the Firestorm and has more features to it.
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------------------------------------------------BigRagu,You have chosen a dandy caller. Everyone is different, but I have no desire to have the FoxBang feature. I always have a coyote distress cry in one of my preset buttons anyway. The new Nickle/metal hydride batteries from FoxPro are the best I have tried. I use an after market "smart charger" myself. I also have a multimeter to check voltage of the batteries now and then. Those car chargers from FoxPro are indeed handy. I used one for a few years, but I have gone to carrying an extra set of fresh batteries instead.
Thanks for all the advice, everyone. Decided on the FP Fury. What an awsome unit! Talked w/ FP today and found out I can send my remote back to FP for the Foxbang upgrade. For those of you familiar with the Foxbang, is this a must have feature? I plan on only owning/paying for an e-caller this one time, and I might as well do all I can to upgrade and have the sense of feeling that I will never regret my purchase, or possibly have the feeling I should have gotten something I really wanted later on. I like the Foxbang and wished it came standard on the Fury, but now that I know I can upgrade, all is good. But I want your opinions 1st. For those of you predator vets, does the FB sound like a good feature? I am content with the standard factory sounds and do not plan on purchasing any more. I also need one of those Foxpro car chargers. Speaking of the car charger, if I use a Radio Shack cigarette lighter transformer/adapter to household, should the Foxpro plug in charger work OK? Reason I ask is because Foxpro has a ton of warnings on their instructions that would void all warranties due to improper electrical charging of the units batteries. If I can save $30 by just using the radio shack plug in adapter I could use the money saved towards the Foxbang, should you all reccomend this feature. Thanks!
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Hey Mick, after foraging around other web sites, the concensous is that Foxpro is the champ. If sound is a problem, you can always add another external speaker. Western Rivers are good, but Foxpro=best. Just buy the Spitfire so we can get ta huntin, geez.
I've got another qusetion for you guys. All I hear about is Foxpro. That's great, but I can barely afford the Spitfire caller. I saw in the latest Cabelas catalog that they are selling the Western Rivers Apache Remote caller for $199.99 (that's $100 off the normal price). My dilemma is do I spend the same amount of cash for the Western Rivers caller (which looks pretty nice) or stick with the Foxpro? The Western Rivers looks like it has 2 speakers as opposed to 1 speaker on the Spifire. I haven't had time yet to go to the store and check out the volume difference of each. Has anyone tried the Western Rivers brand and was their experience good or bad? I really don't want to spend the cash for just a name! Any advice, please.
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