THE LOWDOWN Everybody commented favorably on the construction and durability of this glass pot call, which they felt could serve a beginner well with a little practice. "The sounds and tones were flawless," Schmid said, so much so that he tossed out some other pot calls he'd been carrying. Sabati was also a fan; he got consistently realistic sounds, and the call responded well to varied striker pressures, delivering inviting soft calls and demanding loud ones. Duncan agreed that the call "had a very good sound," but he complained that the placement of the lanyard hole created a bump in the frame that interfered with his admittedly large hand.
Hits: "Performed flawlessly in all conditions." --Schmid
Misses: "Cost is a bit high for a factory run." --Duncan