Primos® Sit'N Spin Crazy Critter
All right today I'm gonna be doing my first unboxing video keep. That in mind you watch. This but this is the Primo's sit. And spin crazy critter sittings been crazy critter from Primos supposed to replicate an injured animal good for hunting plus the Coyotes. Or other predators so we're gonna open. This baby up and see what's in the box okay alright the first thing I see he's got it's got a couple of eyes in the fur there a little tail a white fur on the end got a springy rest actually just a giant spring around their little twist knob here off. And it's just fast so. You turn it to increase the speed of the crazy spinning action it's also got a not here. Iguess to put and just like on the side here it's got tuna steak. You would screw in here so the directions say we're supposed to undo. This here to put the batteries in. You can see there's a little screw here. Iuse a screwdriver here to undo. That holding the battery door closed okay so. It takes four double A batteries.
You can already feel its kind of moving I guess. It on just a tiny bit here I'll hold the spring down close. This back up okay undo. This right here, so I can stick spring in here spring in there. All the way tighten. Now obviously this would be put into the ground. And spins around a little bit that's that's at the lowest setting spins a little faster. And a little bit more rotation. Or to put we have to fast kind of goes a little crazy there get the further flying that's pretty cool. That should bring in the Coyotes. Iwould think with the game call cool. All right there you have. It the Primo's sit and spin predator decoy crazy critter.
FOXPRO® FoxJack Decoy for Shockwave™ Caller
Mojo Outdoors® Critter 2
Mojo Outdoors® Super Critter
Hey folks if your it's the mojo critter model eh d 1:21 picked. It up at Cabala's for 3999 has a magnetic adapter which. Ilike the piece just fits right on their like. That sticks on my magnet as a stake which screws in the bottom. And it's pretty sharp so. You really want to watch. That here's the on/off button seems to be pretty effective. Idid use this to help call in a coyote a couple weeks ago then there's a flap here. You open and here's the battery compartment oops open takes four double A batteries. What I like about this as well. You can detach and still store the batteries in here which. Iwould recommend even going to. And from your site this button here. That are not button is a little bit sensitive. When it's in your pack. You can bump I did bump mine. Even with these little guards on here. You could still bump.
It so I'll definitely recommend storing. That unattach and then. What I did I put a rubber band on here on their pretty tight. Ican put the stake in there. And click this in here. And transport it just like. This which makes it a lot easier to transport everything's together. You don't have to worry about. Anything it's kind of bad thing if. You take the stake you don't wanna leave the stake. When you're transporting it. Because it's very dangerous. It could also punch through. Whatever bag you have. It in so but you leave. It on hooked you can't lose. It so simple solution wrap a rubber band around there. It holds everything in place. And then you get out there good to go so mojo critter from mojo outdoors. You have any questions let.
FOXPRO® FoxJack 4 Decoy
Lucky Duck Crow Pack
18"L x 5.5"W x 4.5"H.
Hi I'm Chris Larson from lucky duck. And today I'm talking about the Colin crow decoy the decoy is fully flocked it's gonna add. Some realism to your spread. This decoy also calls its a crow gathering call. And that's gonna round up those crows in your surrounding area make them come to your spread. And allow you to hunt them. Another thing about. This decoy the stake it's a 12-inch stake. You can put it just about anywhere around your spread. When you're done hunting it stores right inside the decoy you're not gonna lose. This stake in between hunch it's the Colin crow decoy from lucky duck.