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The Hunter's Specialties® True Talker® Legacy Deer Call is extra-compact for easy carry and use. The balanced hardwood reeds and flexible fingering membrane allow you to produce virtually all whitetail sounds. Plus, you can vary the pitch, tone, and volume as needed to seal the deal. Includes lanyard and complete instructions.
Manufacturer model #: 00160.
Extra-compact for easy carry, easy use
Balanced hardwood reeds
Flexible fingering membrane
Produce virtually all whitetail sounds
Vary the pitch, tone, and volume as needed to seal the deal
Great Purchase.. Worth it
From early season doe sounds to full rut buck grunts, this call does it all.......... with a finger too.... so quick and easy to use the whole deer vocab...... Must get every year... day in and day out.... called in numerous of deers with this call...........A+++++++++++
January 15, 2012
Even better than the original
I loved the realistic tonal qualities of the original True Talker, the new True Talker II sounds just as good and allows you to make fawn calls and doe bleats more consistently in my opinion. LOVE IT
October 29, 2011
I lost my original true talker. With the rut almost in full swing I panicked and ordered the true talker II. it is the same basic call as the original but redesigned. Took a bit of getting used to but worked great. I found my old one in my electical tools bag. I know, why was it there? Comparing the two. The original seems a bit deeper and takes less effort to push the Reed. The TT II seem a bit sturdier. All in all both are the most versatile white tail calls I've ever used. And I have a bunch of different ones in the store room.
November 22, 2010
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