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Primos She-Mobile Turkey Decoy
Primos Hunting
Average Rating: 4.1 star rating (10 Reviews)
List Price: $39.99
Our Price: $17.68
$22.31 (56%)
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Product Description:
Behind every good man, there is a good woman and we felt like B-Mobile needed a good woman. She-Mobile is the perfect companion for B-Mobile. She is what you need to make your set-up more attractive to bring in that hardheaded Tom. She-Mobile can be staked along side B-Mobile as a contented hen or you can put her on the ground without a stake and she will assume the submissive hen position. Made from the same material as B-Mobile, She-Mobile is a sturdy decoy that can be rolled up and carried in your vest, making her the perfect companion for B-Mobile.
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5.0 out of 5 stars  Very pleased with them
By BoltNut on April 29, 2016
Purchased two of these. Unfolded them out of the box, formed them and set them in the backyard for an afternoon. I can collapse and strap them to my backpack and set them up in minutes when the time comes. Very pleased with them. Using them down here in AZ.

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5.0 out of 5 stars  On a budget...this'll do
By Raymond Gallagher on April 18, 2016
Ok, first off the decoy does not look like the one on the screen, please see my photo. But hey, its a good decoy for a good price. Sadly I can't say that I attracted a turkey with this decoy...yet, but I'm very confident that I will. I mean when this thing is 20 yard away from me, it looks like a turkey, up close its nothing special, but from a little distance, I'm sure it will trick a tom. I put this hen out on a really windy day and it stayed pretty sturdy. It did move around but nothing weird or abnormal looking. Just side to side a little and a little up and down. No 360's or helicopters or anything crazy like that. Its light, its a bit annoying to fold up and put in my day pack so I just carried it along with me until I found a spot to set up (I wouldn't not recommend this on public land at the beginning of the season...people might shoot first ask question later...just saying). Anyways, from one turkey hunter on a budget to another, people might tell you other wise, but cheap decoys do work. I've seen a Tom mount a strutting tom decoy...so ya...you decide.

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4.0 out of 5 stars  Potential Toms looking for a date? Use this decoy!
By Paul w. on April 05, 2016
This decoy looks great after it is installed and it has a few things about it I especially like. First, it is not too difficult to carry to the field because it is not bulky. Some decoys are stiff and do not fold up easily. This one has a rubbery texture to it and isn't a ridiculous size. You will wind up carrying it in a bag or in one hand. Some decoys have tail feathers that are very fragile and easy to break. I am not worried about it falling apart or pieces falling off. One thing I would change is that the two part metal post tends to come apart easily and that can be irritating when you are trying to install the decoy or when you are carrying it to your hunting area. It becomes just another thing you have to keep track of while going to or from your blind or storing the decoy. While the shaking motion is a good idea, the spring action is very stiff and if you are 20 or 30 yards away from the decoy it takes a lot of movement by the hunter to get the tail in motion. I gave up on the tail waiving action and don't use it anymore. In terms of a stationary decoy, I like it. I have bagged several Toms with it. I received this item really fast. Overall I would recommend it. I received this item at a promotional price in exchange for my unbiased review.

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3.0 out of 5 stars  Good value for the money, but consider it a decoy KIT.
By AndyB on April 03, 2016
Good value for the money, but consider it a decoy KIT.

The good: Once the decoy is ready for use it looks good. It looks a LOT like a turkey.

The bad: For some reason the decoys are crumpled up and packed in a box that is too small. This means folds and creases in the material. With some effort and a hair dryer it is possible to turn the wrinkled mess in to a decoy, but consider the labor part of the price.

There were a couple of deep creases I could not get out with a heat gun.

Perhaps someone in the shipping department has anger issues?

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4.0 out of 5 stars  Hairdryer trick
By Kobe Armbruster on October 04, 2015
There's a trick to making it pop back to life after being shipped flat in the box. Take a hair dryer to the spots where they are indented and they will pop out, bringing it back to its original shape! Not really impressed with how it's shipped or the way the metal stake is designed, but for the money you can't beat it.

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5.0 out of 5 stars  Great price for a great decoy
By Michael A. McGovern on April 19, 2015
Great price for a great decoy. The stake is 2 piece steel and screws together very solidly. The body of the decoy came folded like they all do. I put a hairdryer in the opening in the bottom of the decoy and turned it at an angle to face the head, this sealed about 90% of the opening. I kept the hairdryer on high heat for about a minute and this nicely expanded the body and the heat removed any bend lines and makes the decoy nice and plump.

There are two holes that the top of the stake can be placed through, one allows the decoy to sit as shown in the picture, the other angles the head down about 20° and makes the turkey appear to be feeding.

Paint looks great and I would prefer this decoy over anything less than $100 at Cabelas (I looked at them all in person). The 2-piece metal stake alone makes this better than many of the other decoys out there (plastic stakes).

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