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Predator Tactics Wounded Pecker Closed Reed Game Call - 97507
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Predator Tactics Wounded Pecker Closed Reed Game Call - 97507

SKU 798139
Brand Predator Tactics
Model Number 97507
UPC 640265975073
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Product Details


  • Type: Closed Reed
  • Series/Collection: Wounded Pecker
  • Sound Species: Raspy Woodpecker Distress
  • Material: Polycarbonate/Stainless Steel
  • Dimensions: 2.5" L


Predator Tactics precision CNC'd predator game calls are made from highly durable materials that produce realistic sounds. We offer a variety of hand operated predator calls that are machined and assembled in the Predator Tactics machine shop located in the coyote abundant prairie of Indiana. These highly effective game calls are versatile, durable, dependable and easy to operate. Don't head to your next set without a Predator Tactics predator call attached to your lanyard. Wounded Pecker by Predator Tactics is a closed reed raspy woodpecker distress predator call that produces realistic sounds. This Wounded Pecker is a very compact and easy to operate distress call. This call works magic on bringing in bobcats and fox as well as any other hungry predator. The Wounded Pecker distress call is a go to choice for any predator calling.


  • Raspy woodpecker distress closed reed predator call
  • Creates very realistic sounds
  • Precision CNC machined
  • Durable and reliable
  • Easy to operate
  • Barrel is made from machine grade polycarbonate
  • Reed is made from stainless steel
  • 1 year limited warranty


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