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The Hunter's Specialites® H.S. Strut® Premium Flex™ diaphragm frame assembly is more comfortable to use and retains its shape and perfect calling pitch. This line of calls produce all the authentic tones of a turkey, from the yelps of an old boss hen to raspy, seductive cackles. Premium Flex calls utilize H.S. Strut's Infinity Latex for reeds that require less air pressure to run, giving hunters more realistic sounds. Both the tape and latex are moisture resistant for longer life. Top quality latex and tape along with H.S. Strut's high manufacturing standards for consistent thickness and reed stretch ensure you get the best diaphragm calls ever produced. The Raspy Old Hen call utilizes 2 double split reeds.
Manufacturer model #: 06904.
H.S. Strut® Premium Flex™ Diaphragm Turkey Call - Raspy Old Hen
I used this call for all of the 2010 spring turkey season in South Carolina. I had been using calls from another manufacturer in prior years. Decided to try this call and never used a different call all season. Got 3 longbeards. This call is good for realistic yelps, clucks and purrs and even cutting.
February 7, 2011
Not bad at first.
Not bad at first but the more I used it the call lost it's shape and then didn't set in my mouth right.
September 21, 2010
HS strut diaphram
Really like this call first call i have used that is easy to get clear yelps with little effort mine has lasted a long time to cant wait to use it this fall and spring.
June 30, 2010
Not Worth It.
About 2 hours after I started using this call, the latex on one reed got a crack in it. Now it doesn't sound much like a turkey. I don't like the tape either. It is pretty stiff, and doesn't really form well. I would definately recommend a foam call instead.
March 17, 2008
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