Hunter's Specialties® H.S. Strut® Li'l Deuce Glass Friction Turkey Call
Reach out there and grab that gobbler's attention with the high-pitched raspy yelping you get with this compact double glass call. The Li'l Deuce's two layers of glass produce high pitched, raspy yelping and intense cutting calls great for getting toms moving towards you. Small enough to fit into shirt or jacket pockets and weighs a mere 2.5 ounces. Comes with a carbon striker, rougher pad and complete instructions.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 19 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by bassman55 H.S. strut Li'l deuce This was my first friction style call. Im glad I chose it. I'vs called in several birds with it alone. The call produces yelps that sound exactly like the real thing (gobblers think so too). By pressing the stiker very firmly on the surface and slowly pulling towards myself, I manage to produce some nice purrs. Keep the call roughed up with the pad included becaue it really does make a difference in the sound quality. April 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by BucksandBass18 Great call This is a great sounding and durable call. It has a nice balance between rasp and high pitch. It is surprisingly loud for a small call but isn't extremely loud. I have killed 2 longbeards using this call exclusively and several more using it with other calls. Overall great product so long as u keep the surface roughed up it will sound great. April 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by ChaddyFatsacks Great buy This call works great, its easy to use and I've called in quit a few longbeards with it. Would recommend this product to anybody especially a first time hunter. May 18, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by IowaBass Simple and Works Well This was the first friction call I ever purchased. Been using it for 8 seasons. Works very well. Purrs, cuts, and soft or raspy yelps. It does it all very well. Just keep it sanded. I like the carbon striker when its wet out. Wood does make a little better sound, but you can get an extra striker cheap if you want. I usually just carry carbon strikers in my vest. When I'm by myself I use this call paired with H.S. mouth calls. When I'm callin for someone else I mostly use this call alone and it works great. Especially the purrs it puts out. Fooled my 4th season bird last year. Just a couple yelps after fly down and he flew right into the decoys. It may not be high dollar, but the birds don't seem to care. March 25, 2011