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Re: MA-21

Postby Tim Anderson » Tue Feb 07, 2012 11:25 am

Well here are few numbers for you weight watchers.. :lol:

MA-21 5.9 pounds

Krakatoa 5.4 pounds.. 5 oz. is hardly enough to worry about...LOL

For some reason F-P dose'nt list any weights with there callers, Wonder why that is??

All Pred. calls has a weight listed for its callers that it sells..
MA-21 8.10 pounds
Krakatoa 9.10 lbs.
CS24-B 6.10 lbs.
Prarie blaster 13.50 lbs.


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Re: MA-21

Postby NickNielsen » Tue Feb 07, 2012 12:42 pm

Wow, We get it, you sleep with your MA-21 and hate F-P. Again, all i was looking for was product review and if you thought it was heavy too heavy to carry on long treks. I can see it not being an issue walking a couple hundred yards in MN. Wasn't looking for a sarcastic, you're a pussy if you can't carry it review. I pack in light, so I can drag multiples out :) . My CS-24 doesn't even weigh in at 2.5 lbs, taped twice with McNeff tape. Apparently APC.com is wrong. Anyway, your passion for WT is enough for me to give it a shot someday, maybeee.


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Re: MA-21

Postby Tim Anderson » Tue Feb 07, 2012 3:55 pm

I posted ALL Pred. calls shipping weight for the callers mentioned as like I said F-P dose'nt give any weights of it callers other than the Krakatoa... But as you can see the weight's should'nt be a issue with any of them other than the Prarie blaster is a bit heavier...
But if you want to compare apples to apples then the WT 2030 and cs-24 run the same weights depending on if anything has been added to them.. Also the 2030 and cs-24 maybe a little lighter but they are a little more bulky in size compared to the MA-21...
Its not too heavey to carry on long tracks and you don't have to tape up the speaker to reduce bumping noise, actually the MA is the only caller I have that you don't have to make any mod.s to...
I don't drag to many multiples out, instead I just go pick them up with the truck or ATV, makes life that much easier don't you think.. :lol:


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Re: MA-21

Postby devildogg » Wed Feb 08, 2012 10:58 am

I always thought that wildlife tech callers were an inferior product to a fox pro cheaply made horrible sounds and they are way heavier than a fox pro and not to mention the 10000 batteries it takes to run one if it will even come on


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Re: MA-21

Postby devildogg » Thu Feb 09, 2012 6:24 am

im sorry im just trying to stir the pot a little :D :D i have a wt and a fox pro they both have good qualities but about 95% of the coyotes i call in come to hand calls.


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Re: MA-21

Postby Tim Anderson » Thu Feb 09, 2012 12:33 pm

not to mention the 10000 batteries it takes to run one if it will even come on


I've been pretty lucky i guess, still useing the same 10 batteries..


i have a wt and a fox pro they both have good qualities but about 95% of the coyotes i call in come to hand calls.


So you don't call in and kill too many then.. :lol: :lol: :lol:


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Re: MA-21

Postby bucksnbears » Thu Feb 09, 2012 4:35 pm

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So you don't call in and kill too many then.. :lol: :lol: :lol:[/quote]
Tim insert's foot in mouth AGAIN :wink:
the more food you have in your mouth at one time, the better you can taste it!!!
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Re: MA-21

Postby DustyC » Fri Feb 10, 2012 4:48 am

The same 10 batteries? :shock: :shock: Hell Tim that barely powers the remote!!!! :D
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Re: MA-21

Postby coyotebuster » Fri Feb 10, 2012 8:50 am

I think Tim meant 14 batteries plus 2 for the remote :) Not sure where he got 10 from? Maybe talking about the MA-15.


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Re: MA-21

Postby Tim Anderson » Fri Feb 10, 2012 11:22 am

I was refering to the 10 batteries I use to run the 2030, Yes the MA-21 uses a few more of the same batteries so I should get the same life from them as well. Don't you think??? As for the remote batteries I don't use rechargeables in them and what I use only gets replaced once a season.... So far the MA-21 goes all day on a charge with enough left over for the next day but I just recharge them every nite before I go hunting...


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Re: MA-21

Postby lyonch » Mon Feb 13, 2012 9:42 am

Tim Anderson wrote:
not to mention the 10000 batteries it takes to run one if it will even come on


I've been pretty lucky i guess, still useing the same 10 batteries..


i have a wt and a fox pro they both have good qualities but about 95% of the coyotes i call in come to hand calls.


So you don't call in and kill too many then.. :lol: :lol: :lol:




I don't think he shoots very many coyotes at all...................He has only won more tournaments than i can remember :roll: If you hear devil dog on a hand call, you would understand why that is his go to call :wink:
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