Hunter's Specialties® True Talker® Legacy Deer Call
- 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
- Includes lanyard and complete instructions
Manufacturer model #: 00160.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by RealGaDeerSlayer Just an average deer call Wasn't to excited about this call. Reed was installed sideways and wasn't impressed about the craftmanship. January 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by anglfa It Works Cold weather does not hurt this call. My grandson learned to use it in just a few min. he is 11 December 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by DeerDuster 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by tessner8504 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
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A:No it doesn't, but you really don't need one for this call. The flexible membrane on the top of the call is where you put your finger to vary the tone and pitch of the call. The closer you apply pressure toward your mouth side of the call the higher the pitch and the young the deer. I don't use the flexible membrane for a large buck grunt. for a young buck grunt push down until your holding the reed down (all the way) on the far end of the membrane. for a doe bleat or simple doe grunt push down all the way right around the middle of the flexible membrane. Remember to use your off to vary the tone, not the amount of air your blow in the call. Blow a steady stream of air, wrap your index and middle fingers around the end of the call with your off hand and use your ring and pinkey finger to vary the tone by opening and closing them from the "cupped" position. The Bleat call is really easy with this call, and has a lot of forgiveness for user error. Don't be afraid to add a little variation in your calling. A deer is only an animal and doesn't produce the exact same sound every time. Good luck on the hunt.
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