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Bubinga Pot Call

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Heres my latest call. Slate/Slate

-Kevin

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And a figured Red Oak Pot Call. Slate/Slate

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Nice looking calls ya got there. I really like the looks of that red oak pot. I'm sure they sound great as well.

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sweet........darn nice looking!

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Kev, good job on them calls.

I've just now got back into the shop for some fun time. I've got a pile of stuff to get done but had to try a few new ideas.

053.jpgThis is a new design of an old idea. I'll send one to the first person that names what it is exactly.

(I really like clamps, theres 9 in a 3 by 4 area)

055.jpgSome stuff I did and three special Royal Series for some friends.

052.jpgI just received a few blanks for a bunch of guts I have sitting around. (the white stuff goes with the first pic)

CW

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I recently purchased a custom Bubinga over slate and absolutely love it. The sound is really crisp and loud but soft when it needs to be.

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Thanks for the comments guys!

CW we'll have to call trade in the future

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