FoxPro® Shockwave Caller Electronic Game Call
- Four-speaker system (two horn speakers, two tweeters)
- Unrivaled sound quality and volume
- Two external jacks
- Auxiliary jack
- 100 high quality FOXPRO sounds with the ability to store and access up to 1,000 more
- Operate manually or with the TX-1000 remote control
Manufacturer model #: SW1.
When enabled, FOXBANG will automatically switch call sounds to your preset choice upon the discharge of your firearm, allowing you to keep your hands on your gun.
Auto-fading presents the illusion of movement as sounds fade from the speaker on one side to the speaker on the other.
Mix and match two individual sounds of your choice to create the illusion of animal interaction.
Change the pitch of any sound playing by raising or lowering it to create the sound desired.
Records real time information pertaining to what is happening around you for use in predicting future animal activity. Analyze time of day, sound playing, stand duration, barometric pressure, temperature, moon phase, time of shots, etc. to determine your most successful sounds, time, etc.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by JTucker Great Hunting Investment Received the Fox Pro and anxiously unpacked it. Once in my hands and working I could not believe the life like tones and diverse variety of sounds. The Shockwave also has so many features that it is amazing all the different ways you can use the call. First use thus far was Crow hunting. My God this call drives them crazy. They cannot stand to stay away. If it does as well with the Coyotes I will consider this my best investment for Hunting ever. The Best gun does me no good if I have nothing to shoot at. The Foxpro shockwave creates a Target rich environment that all Hunters crave. March 6, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 SHOCKWAVE Pros: Plenty of storage, records data, easy to use, allows for fine tuning. Cons: Not as loud as I expected for a call this size, expensive, can't pick the calls it comes with. It has a lot of random calls the average hunter would never use. March 4, 2013
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