The Reaper Slate Call (DD Adams wood pot)
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- Heaven Cent Ministries
This call is handmade one at a time. We start with hand picked Walnut and Alaskan yellow cedar stripes for the pot because of sound quality thus adding our signature sound holes. Then we hand pick the finest Pennsylvania Slate. This gives you a slate call combination that is truly realistic. All Millcreek Valley Game Calls come with a striker matched and tuned to the pot that you order. Every call that leaves my shop is guaranteed to produce realistic turkey sound, ease of use, consistent two note roll-over and true turkey sound. The most important thing any turkey call must have is a good break or roll over yelp. The yelp has two distinct syllables or notes. It has a high and a low note. The distinct point where the note changes from high to low is called the break, or roll over yelp. A good quality turkey call has a realistic distinct roll over yelp. All Millcreek Valley Game Calls have this realistic roll over Yelp. You will not be able tell the difference between these turkey calls and a real wild turkey in the woods. That is why our calls have won many call making and turkey calling contests all over the country. All calls are made one at a time by myself. This was also featured in Outdoor Life Magazine. This call is a salute to Mr. DD Adams himself we made hid plastic pot wood with the permission of the family.
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