Call to compliment Solution

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  1. Fowlarcher

    Fowlarcher Elite Refuge Member

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    Hi All, I am looking for suggestions for a call to compliment the GK Solution.

    Let me know what you suggest.
     
  2. calling4life

    calling4life Elite Refuge Member

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    How about the GK Giant Killer, I wish I had kept mine. Wood Grounds Pro Super Mag. There are a lot of deeper slow styled calls out there, if that is what you think of when you write compliment to the Solution. Otherwise, you can even do something like have one Solution in acrylic, non broke in guts, tuned high pitched for running traffic/migrators/tough birds, and have one in all wood, fully broke in guts for loafing or X type situations.
     
  3. Fowlarcher

    Fowlarcher Elite Refuge Member

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    That is what I mean, thanks for your input.
    Any other suggestions?

    I was thinking about the G-Force. thoughts..?
     
  4. DrakeStar

    DrakeStar Elite Refuge Member

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    G Force has it all,great range. Been running a BEM G Force and really liking it as well as the birds have to.
     
  5. calling4life

    calling4life Elite Refuge Member

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    Haven't run a G-Force but it uses triple crown guts, so tuning it deep wouldn't be an issue, buying one in wood would also help mellow it. I wouldn't mind owning one of his Buckeye Burl versions.
     
  6. Seth Gallamore

    Seth Gallamore Refuge Member

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    C&S disciple in wood,I have an apostle in ABW and my buddy run a disciple in wood can’t remember the wood but it has a great deep gossy tone and can hit every note you want it to
     

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