All visible serial numbers matching. On the right side of the frame, there is light finish wear at the forward edge and light edge wear along the high area. Generally speaking, coyotes are cunning, clever animals that can pose a great danger if not hunted and controlled.
If you are a hunter in the market for a quality predator call, here’s why you want to consider the Primos. Primos Alpha Dogg Electronic Predator Call ReviewPremium, feature packed coyote callWorth noting is this product was crafted as a result of years of predator hunting research by gaming aficionado Randy Anderson – a popular name among hunting aficionados.
In a nutshell, it is a high quality and popular product designed to get the most out of your hunting expeditions thanks to the features below. Portable Camouflage BuildAny predator call worth its salt should not only be compact, but also hard for the cunning predators to spot.
The Primos Alpha Dogg strikes the perfect combination of both thanks to its innovative portable design and camouflaging exterior. Generally speaking, coyotes can easily spot artificial products from far away. Your odds of taking a coyote improve with the Realtree Max-1 camouflage casing that comes with the Primos Alpha Dogg Electronic Predator Call.
Six Hunting SequencesWhile having a variety of options is generally better, hunting down predators is quite different. This predator calls comes with more than 75 pre-installed nature calls, meaning finding the best one to use can gobble up quality time you don’t have. The Alpha Primos Dogg, however, boasts a selection of six preset hunting sequences to make your job easier.
Sure, you are allowed to add more hunting sequences if you so wish, but most experts concur that the lean sequence that defines the Alpha Dogg has everything you need. Quality Directional SpeakersAs earlier stated, hunting coyotes is an art. You need to be armed with quality, distortion-free speakers, as well as a little luck on your side.
This predator call packs premium 20-watt rotational cone speakers crafted to deliver crystal clear sounds for miles. Alpha Dogg also decided to throw in a powerful 25-watt horn speaker placed perfectly in between the cones. The horn speaker is capable of making long calls to coyotes hiding miles away, meaning you don’t have to keep moving just to end up with a game.
Also worth writing home about are the innovatively elevated legs, universal tripod mounting threads and a rugged speaker case for durability. 75 Pre-installed SoundsThe Primos Alpha Dogg Electronic Predator Call has 75 digitally installed nature calls and six hunting sequences to lure out coyotes. It also allows you to add or delete the sounds which are stored on a generous 2 GB memory stick.
In a nutshell, the USB port allows you to download more than 1000 nature calls from Primos hunting platform or other apps. Moreover, you get an audio port to add an extra speaker if you want even more power. Digital Remote ControlThe user-friendly remote control that comes with the Primos Alpha Dogg Predator Call is capable of operating at a sufficient distance of 200 yards from the speakers.
On the remote, you’ll find the Primos exclusive HOT button intended at changing the sounds depending on the surroundings. As if that’s not enough, Primos also decided to throw in a large 2. 5 inch color LCD screen that lets you easily scroll between the generous amount of nature calls categorized by species to make your work easier.
COYOTES EVERYWHERE. Well, I figured that I have blown my chance. I look down wind to the east and here is another coyote coming on the far side of the thistle patch. This one is going to scent me pretty soon and I lost sight of it.
Well, it is looking pretty bleak. I look back to the south and here are two more coyotes at the fence line where I spotted the first coyote. What the heck, I have nothing to lose, so I start with the high pitched squeals and the two new coyotes start my way, but hang up at about 400 yards.
While I am watching them, there appears a third coyote which was probably the first one I saw. They all headed back to the fence line and stopped and looked at me. I waited a few minutes and gave some high pitched squeals and all three started my way.
They would move 20 or 30 yards and stop. More squeals and I could coach them another 30 yards closer. Finally at about 300 yards all three turned and ran back to the fence line. THE STANDOFF. All three are standing at the fence line looking my direction.
5. Best to keep the box elsewhere for transport to the range or for use when selling your gun at a later date. Do not store your guns in holsters. Whether nylon or leather or kydex, it’s best to store your handguns in a rack in your safe.