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Best box call?

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Buying my first box call. Any advice?

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Primos Lil Hearbreaker ,best box call out there.This will always be with me in the woods.It's expensive but well worth the cost.Perfect size and sound.

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I'll 2nd the Lil' Hearbreaker... nice rollover for a sweet yelp and high-pitched to cut through the wind. Small for packability too. I've got a Lynch's #102 from 1958 that illicits gobbles too grin.gif

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The "Real Hen" by Woodhaven has a great sound for a production call. It's also a little on the expensive side for not being a custom built box call, but worth the money to me.

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Quaker Boy " Easy Yelper"

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Lets just say I would pay the extra $20 and get a handmade call before I'd ever look at a mass produced call. There are tons of people making box calls. Most of them will blow the doors off the ones you find at Fleet or Cabelas. The only problem is you might have a short wait and the nationals are next week so it may take a bit to get a good turkey call

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