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Primos Bombshell Turkey Call
Primos Hunting
Average Rating: 2.5 star rating (10 Reviews)
List Price: $18.99
Our Price: $12.71
$6.28 (33%)
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  • Tapping the rail reproduce yelps, cuts and purrs
  • Twist to tune from high pitch to raspy pitch
  • Twist lock for quiet carry
Product Description:
Accurate, simple, bulletproof! The Primos Bombshell is the result of 3 years of prototyping, test and tweaking, in order to bring Turkey Hunters the best sounding, most versatile, simple to use Turkey Call we could make! Simply push the rail to automatically yelp, tap the rail to cut, and slowly press the rail to purr or whine.

The Bombshell's rail can be adjusted to tune the call for higher or raspier pitch. It can also be locked for quiet carry. In addition to all of this, the Bombshell is designed to be mounted to your shotgun so you can call with very little motion to bring that gobbler in close!

 
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1.0 out of 5 stars  This is not a good call. I would return it
By Gary L. Coons on May 06, 2016
I've used the directions on the packaging to attempt to tune this call. This is not a good call. I would return it, but the pacaging was destroyed opening it up. Not worth the money or the effort to tune it.

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3.0 out of 5 stars  Field tested... Mixed review
By Lucas on April 18, 2016
Bought this for its intended use... Strap it to the gun and jerk a string for those close in strutters... Consensus mixed. It's too quiet, and bangs on the gun. Would not recommend for advanced turkey hunters. It works OK as s hand held unit. By 11 yr old son likes to use it because it's easy to work.

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2.0 out of 5 stars  Just a bomb.
By TnRidgeRunner on February 27, 2015
A good idea, meaning the ability to attach it to your shotgun barrel and close the deal, but this product simply isn't a good enough call. Squeaky, low-volume, just not good for me. Very disappointed. While I do love Primos and own many of their calls, they didn't get it done here.

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5.0 out of 5 stars  Just my opinion,
By Powder Surfer on December 29, 2014
The sound is great because it is adjustable. The shot gun mount is ok, I change mine to a leather strap. It does take some getting used to, but I am talking like a couple of minutes to get it adjusted. Overall, a little bulky but a great, cheap, addition to your turkey calls.

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1.0 out of 5 stars  POS
By AA-Ron on August 21, 2014
This was the worst turkey call I have ever purchased. It is very cheaply made for the cost, and the spring makes a funny sound. Stick with the wood calls. I was really disappointed with Primo. This product is a bad representation of the Primos. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY

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1.0 out of 5 stars  Disappointing
By Net Buyer on May 26, 2014
I tried to pass my comments along to Primos using their web page. However it seems that to do that you must join the site which I have no intention of doing.

My opinion is that the call sound quality is good and the volume is more than adequate especially when used to call a turkey in a little bit closer for the shot.

I purchased this unit the intention of barrel mounting it for the final call in. I opened it in camp and found it impossible to mount to the barrel using the Velcro patches and elastic band that came with the unit. First because the patches were so loosely attached to the elastic that they fell off. I don't believe the arrangement could even have held a postage stamp never mind the caller. Second the band seems so narrow compared to the unit length that I wonder if it really could prevent the unit from bouncing around during travel and use. My feeling is that either a wider band or a second band is needed.

I give this one star only because that is the lowest allowed. The barrel mount technique reminds me of the low quality Japanese products from the late fifties - made both cheaply and poorly. I can not comment on how well the unit holds up because I did not use it in the field. Hopefully it would hold up better than the barrel mounting feature.

Now that I am back home I will devise some better way to secure the unit to the gun barrel.

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