Primos Fightin' Horns


#1

#2

What am I looking at?

After reading the description I still don’t know.


#3

I’ve always wondered, are the deer not able to discern between antlers striking and pieces of plastic shaped like antlers striking? Aren’t deer a little smarter than that? To the hunters out there: have these things EVER worked for you?


#4

Hunters use them to simulate the sound of male deer fighting over a female. If there’s a real deer nearby he’ll come running to defend his territory.


#5

My brother used to be an avid hunter. He used real antlers though. No idea about the plastic ones.


#6

I think everyone should have at least three of these things that do that thing these do.


#7

Plastic ones HAVE worked once for my sister. At least, you can only judge “working” based on the fact that a buck passed through her sight range within 10 minutes of using them…it’s still not a perfect way to judge whether it was the rattling or if it was just passing through.

I’ve never used these…just the “rattle bag” (which I believe is plastic as well), and actualy antlers from previous bucks (I always feel like the real thing is the best ;)). What works better than this, in my opinion, is just spraying some doe in heat, urine scent into the air, every half hour or so. Gets 'em every time!


#8

I’d be in if these were LONGHORNS! :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#9

My first reaction was that you were banging these things in the house and your sister came down the stairs, screaming, “WOULD YOU CUT THAT OUT!!!”


#10

Know what else sounds like real antlers?

REAL ANTLERS SOUND LIKE REAL ANTLERS.