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    Woodhaven Custom Calls Top 3 Pro Pack Turkey Diaphragm Call

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    Product Description

    The Woodhaven Custom Calls Top 3 Pro Pack Turkey Diaphragm Calls include these three great Woodhaven Turkey Diaphragm calls - the Classic V3, the Scorpion and the Hornet. This Woodhaven Top 3 Pro Pack Calls are durable and at a reasonable price too!

    Classic V3 - A truly masterful call, very raspy tone. Two clear bottmon reeds and one top V-cut green reed.

    Hornet - A two reed that runs like a three reed call. Different in pitch than the Comp V3, a unique yellow top reed that only gets better the more it is used.

    Scorpion - Its name comes from the scorpion shaped V-cut. Along with the opposite half moon cut, making this call capable of high tones and kee-kee's.

    WoodHaven's turkey calls are some of the finest on the market. Each diaphragm call is made with premium tape, adhesive lined locking frame and only the best latex reed materials. Every call is checked for precise reed thickness, set by hand, pressed and cut to shape and then kept cool.

    NOTE: All mouth calls should be washed thoroughly before using to ensure proper call functionality. Simply rinsing them for a few minutes with tap water should be sufficient.

    Due to sanitary reasons we are unable to accept returned calls. All defective calls should be returned directly to the manufacturer.

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