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Old 12-16-2008, 02:05 PM
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power dog

has anyone here given the primos power dog a try, im thinkin about getting one and dont want to waste my money if it aint worth a diddly. randy anderson seems to think highly of it but that might just be money in his pocket for promoting it..
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Re: power dog

Interesting considering your latest posts said using electronic callers wan "not hunting"??
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Old 01-10-2009, 12:51 PM
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Re: power dog

thinkin about it . just something to add to the bag of tricks

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Re: power dog

I understand.........

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Old 01-12-2009, 02:42 PM
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Re: power dog

Got one a few weeks ago. For $159, it's a pretty nice caller. Has like 10 sounds or so, and the remote works out to 200 yards in the open and around 75 yds in woods/hills. Looked at all the "cheap call" out there and decided it probably offered the most for the buck. I can foresee the antennas breaking off easily, other than that, pretty slick. The display lights up when you press a button, so you can see whats up in the dark. You can change sounds, volume, start/stop via the remote. Volume is plenty for around here and the sound quality of the horn is excellent. Haven't been able to call in any critters, ever since the dog runners started stirring things up.
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Re: power dog

Quote Bobcat: (Interesting considering your latest posts said using electronic callers wan "not hunting"??)

Ditto WTF??
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Re: power dog

i was concerned with the volume on it. wanted to know if it had enough juice to buck a strong wind. hear people talking about some e-callers not being loud enough.

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