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Unique high-density plastic ''call'' twists back and forth to replicate the lifelike sounds of dominant bucks or elk fighting. Great on windy days and for long range calling. Compact design is easy to carry.
Manufacturer model #: KH1019A.
Unique high-density plastic
Twists back and forth to replicate the lifelike sounds of dominant bucks or elk fighting
Knight & Hale® Pack Rack™ Magnum Rattling System Deer Call
Recently purchased it and love it. It's small, compact, easy to use and stick in your bag, and sounds great. I actually passed on it for the $20, but I walked by a diplay for it and an EZ grunt for the same price and couldn't resist. After trying it out It'd have been worth the $20.
September 30, 2011
It sounds great but I havn't had much luck with it. I really feel it will produce well. Just have to use it at the right time I guess.
December 10, 2010
The Best Man Made Rattling System
Of all of these types of simulation devices, i. e., "raddle bags" (Dowels in a small sack), various plastic boards (sort of like an old fashioned "wash baoard) that drag a dowel across and others,; the Knight and Hale Magnum Rattling System is the only one that I feel, actually sounds like two big bucks really going at it---opening day of muzzle loader season was last Saturday: I used the system in combination with a grunt call upon setting up in my stand; I saw 13 bucks, three of the bucks with spreads over 18 inches, between 7:03 am and 11:08 AM; I also saw saw 10 does; however, the first deer to come were four yearling 6 pointers followed by an 18 inch spread, 8 pointer. I am not leaving home without this rattling system at this phase of the rut and no I am not telling anyone where my stand is but I have great photos of the morning's hunt!
November 3, 2010
Has great range of sound for calling bucks closer .
October 25, 2010
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