Flextone Untouchables Series Friction Turkey Calls

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Flextone Untouchables Series Friction Turkey Calls -
The unique pot design, made from walnut, fits fingertips perfectly. The loud, pure turkey sounds produced by these calls will scream through even the windiest of days and will cover hundreds of yards. Darker color maintains concealment in the field. Made in USA.
Available: Scarface Glass, Scarface Slate.
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Positive Reviews:

First Time First Slate.

First, I live in Sought GA and this was my first slate, call, and season. I was recommended this call by a long time Cabela's touring turkey caller. I got it, and he gave me a quick rundown on how to use it. I went out to private lands and public around the area and every time was able to call in a hen (or multiple). No tom, but hey at least it was believable enough to call in the ladies. I would def recommend the call.
PaleRider117 at Cabelas on 02/12/2014

Clean sound

Very good call if you are unable to use a mouth call. The trick is to never let the pen leave the slate and to be sure to scuff it up with sand paper befor each hunt.
BuckMan21 at Cabelas on 07/24/2011

I really like this call

I got this call last turkey season and I really liked it. It worked great the whole trip. I had no problems with it.
prideprejudice84 at Cabelas on 06/18/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Glass not good for beginner...

I'm not a "die hard" turkey hunter, but I knock down my limit every year. I usually use slate or alumina, but a few friends suggested I try a glass this season so I bought the Scarface Glass. Boy was that humbling!!! I thought I knew how to play pot calls, but obviously I was mistaken! It took me a while, but I finally got it figured out, and I'm definitely not "confident" nor "proficient" with the glass yet, but it DOES make a really good sound when I'm doing my part. Playing the call isn't the hard part, but treating the surface of glass is much more demanding. I had to have one of my buddies show me how to properly surface it so it would even make a sound at all! If you're a glass user, then you'll be able to make great sounds on this call, but buyer beware, if you're not a glass caller, it'll take a little practice.
Varminterror at Cabelas on 01/15/2012