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    Does anyplace sell foxpro e callers in state other than Sportsmans? They are sold out. I'd possibly be interested in picking up a used one if anyone is willing to sell at a fair price.
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    I ordered mine direct from Foxpro. I'm not sure how it works buying from a retailer, but going through Foxpro allowed me to have my custom list of calls installed for me. I also got to select a dipped speaker (the CS 24) instead of the standard solid color.

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    ditto what brian said, it is better to customize your call list

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    Everyone seems fully enrolled in the CS 24-B at $599.00 why is it better than the two that are $699.00 it seems like if I have to go $599. might as well go the other hundred. I read the thread about the durability of the metal speaker. Are there other factors.....?

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    Holy cow! My wildfire II has worked on a cat and a coyote in a week and its only $200! FWIW... I guess I never get far enough down the page to see the $600 models!

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    AGL4now,
    The only two I see that are in the $699 range appear to be the Prairie Blaster and the Krakatoa. Those two callers are probably the biggest callers FP makes. The Prairie Blaster is a heavy unit, but includes the built in decoy if that suits your calling style. As far as features go on the caller, the only one I see with a bunch of newer features is the new Shockwave with the color display remote, FoxFusion and a couple of other bells and whistles that I can't recall off the top of my head. For the rough trail riding and cold conditions I hunt in, the durability and reliability of the CS-24 has proven itself strong. If I hunted where I needed more volume for some reason, I'd get the Krakatoa. It has a metal speaker, just the larger, 30 watt model.

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    I just bought a new Hellfire from Foxpro last week. I cannot begin to say how happy and impressed I am with Foxpro's customer service. Zach went above and beyond to make sure that I got my caller this weekend to go hunting. I am a Foxpro user for life. It is very rare in this day to receive the kind of customer service that I received.

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    Mjm,
    I've got a Fury for sale if you're still interested...

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    Thanks AK, you are a couple days late. My new firestorm should be here today. Thanks for the offer though. I would have been all over it
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