Knight & Hale Release New Ambush Predator Calls

Knight & Hale’s Ambush Predator Call
Knight & Hale’s Ambush Predator Call
Knight and Hale Game Calls
Knight and Hale Game Calls

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -(Ammoland.com)- Knight and Hale Game Calls, a legendary call brand known for its dedication to creating calls that produce the most life-like wildlife sounds, unleashes the Ambush Open Reed predator call for hunters demanding a call that pushes the limits.

Thanks in part to the open reed design, the Ambush is a two-in one predator call that produces direct and distinct sounds during both the inhale and exhale processes of the calling cycle.

As the air passes different directions across the reeds, callers have the ability to create high-pitched squalls and squeals of small prey, as well as strong, deep sounds of larger prey in distress.

And for those die-hard predator hunters who utilize the vocalizations of other predators in their calling sequences, the Ambush delivers volume and tone control that hungry and territorial coyotes, fox and bobcats will refuse to resist.

 

Ambush Predator Call Highlighted Features:

  • Two-in-one predator call design
  • Mimic larger or smaller prey to trigger predatory response
  • Mimic predator sounds to trigger territorial response
  • Different sounds created during exhale and inhale

The MSRP for the Ambush Open Reed Predator Call is $14.99.

For more information about any Knight & Hale hunting products, visit their website.

 

About Knight & Hale Game Calls:

With a product line that includes turkey, waterfowl, deer, predator, small game and big game, Knight & Hale calls have been in every corner of North America. Likewise, numerous world champion callers have been crowned with the help of a Knight & Hale call. Whether it’s a friction call or bugle—or it produces a grunt or a yelp—every Knight & Hale call comes with real hunting experience, as if it’s molded into the construction. It’s those practical insights that guide product development … and hunter success.

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