Flextone Buck Collector Deer Call

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Flextone Buck Collector Deer Call -
Designed with Michael Waddell and the Bone Collector Brotherhood—the most flexible and natural-sounding call in Flextone’s lineup. Features a rubberized body and labeled buttons that allow you to adjust the tone to create fawn, doe, and buck bleats and wheezes.

Manufacturer model #: FG-DEER-00045.

Produces all know vocalization as well as a wheeze sound. No matter what deer vocalization you need to produce, the Buck Collector will do. Just squeeze the labeled button while you blow.
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Positive Reviews:

pretty good sound

i used to use a primos hardwood grunter, but like most other calls i could hear a bit of reed chatter that i didnt like too much, this call sounds better to me, and no messing with those flex-tubes for good sound, this thing sounds good everytime
CedarSwampSlayer at Cabelas on 11/06/2012

sound loud

The first time I went deer hunting with this call it was pretty loud. So I like it.
gunhunt at Cabelas on 06/21/2013

Negative Reviews:

Sounds very poor

This line sounds very Cheap
Skystalker at Cabelas on 11/11/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Doe Bleat Doesn't Work in the Cold

I was able to get out the first week of gun season here in KY. I blew some grunts and tending calls, and then tried to blow a few doe bleats, but the reed was too stiff and I only ended up blowing air through the call. No sound came out. This was the first time I had this problem, but it was around freezing when it happened. If you're going to be out in the cold, you might want to try something else.
KYBuckCollector at Cabelas on 11/13/2013