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ICOtec GC300 - Call of the Wild Electronic Game Call
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- The new GC300: Durable, easy to operate, loud, and extremely affordable, you cannot go wrong with this electronic game call. It is perfect for all hunters.
- Easy to use: No more confusing programming or long number sequences to memorize, simply press one button and the call does the work for you. Once the call file has played the unit will pause for 30 seconds and then replay the sequence.
- Loaded with features: This product features a 300-yard remote control range that does not require line of sight. It includes an external speaker jack for extreme volume requirements, button controls, and an easily transportable home unit.
- Works several animals: Cottontail Distress, Jack Rabbit Distress, Coyote Pup Distress, Fawn Distress, Woodpecker Distress, Crow Distress, Raccoon Pup Distress, Gray Fox Distress, Coyote Female, Coyote Male, Coyote Yip/Howl, and Bobcat Adult.
- Product specifications: Package includes (1) ICOtec GC300 Electronic Predator Game Call. Please note: Unit requires 4 AA batteries (not included). Remote comes standard with a 12 volt battery (included). Includes 1 year factory guarantee.
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ICOtec GC300 Electronic Predator Call
The GC300 offers an outstanding remote technology that is unrivaled in the industry. Up to 300 yards with no line of sight required to activate the main speaker unit. The GC300 or The Reaper as it is commonly called, has been one of the highest volume sales electronic game calls in the industry because of it's overall value. The ICOtec line of game calls are among the most reliable, easiest to use and most effective products ever sold in the electronic call industry.
The value of a great product is not solely judged on the cost, but on the results versus the cost paid. If you have to pay much more to get similar results, the value is less even though the cost is higher. A great products can also be judged on what it is made of, not where it is made at. ICOtec products are proven to be built rock solid and offer the ease of simplicity when it comes to operation and it gives back tremendous results.
Get an ICOtec and start calling the way it was always meant to be. Dead Serious!
No more confusing programming or long number sequences to memorize to play a high quality audio call, simply press one button and the call does the work for you. Once the call file has played the unit will pause for 30 seconds and replay the sequence. This pattern will continue until you select the stop button, at any point in the sequence you may add a second call by simply selecting the second call button and pressing it down.
Light weight, compact, easy to operate, fantastic quality audio calls from a leading bioacoustics company, very long range remote, low power consumption and one of the lowest prices available for a great call. The ICOtec GC300 is how predator calling was intended to be. Dead Serious!
Calls include: Cottontail Distress Jack Rabbit Distress Coyote Pup Distress Fawn Distress Woodpecker Distress Crow Distress Raccoon Pup Distress Gray Fox Distress Coyote Female Coyote Male Coyote Yip/Howl Bobcat Adult
Additional Call Features:
· Up to 300 yard remote control range
· No line of sight required to activate the unit
· Play 2 calls at the same time
· External speaker jack for added volume for extreme requirements
· Includes 12 calls
· Unit requires 4 AA batteries, not included
· Tremendous worldwide customer reviews
Wildlife Photographers Choose ICOtec
ICOtec is becoming very popular among professional wildlife photographers as well as state and federal biologists.
ICOtec Offers a Full Line of Products
The ICOtec line of game calls has recently expanded to include a professional line of high end sound machines for the customers requiring more of what we offer in the basic line up of GC300, GC320, GC350 and GC500.
Predator Hunters Prefer ICOtec
ICOtec offered the first product in 2012 and today we have a new line up of extremely valued game calls, decoys and the world's best free call library.
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Seller Warranty Description1 Year Manufacturer Limited Warranty from the date of sale. Purchaser must register product within 15 days of purchase and retain original receipt ti return with broken unit.
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Best electronic caller for the price. No frills - except electronic calls that turn up coyotes. First use it called in two coyotes. Best features include:
- long range remote contol (I've had out to 150 yards and the remote has worked every time)
- ease of use (remote is simple and is frequency linked to receiver out of thr box)
- probably not rain proof, but rain resistant (its been out in light rain three times and no degraded performance or damage)
- great volume (for use in the Arizona desert)
- can run two calls at one time
- incredibly portable and able to hold the remote when not in use
- battery life seems great (used for approximately 8 hours at above freezing temps without degradation)
Don't buy if the following is important:
- ability to connect and control a decoy (no connect to do so)
- want to connect external power
- want to add additional sounds (comes with twelve, but how many sounds do you actually need)
- you're worried about having the greatest and most advanced electronic caller
Hrmm... so far I've had a Hawk attack it. Had Gray Fox sorta come in to it. (I blew that one be trying to alert partner of their presence across the canyon, they heard my whispers) And this weekend I botched it on a Bobcat set, where unbeknownst to me, the BobCat had come up to like 10-15yds from it in my right periphery.
What seems to have helped it to work better for me is not just letting *it* play the sounds in it's own looping fashion. I think maybe it repeats the sounds loop just a bit to early/often.
I've now begun letting it loop and do like 2 "paragraphs" of it's sound... then I hit STOP... count to like 60+, then start the sounds again, and this seems to have helped.
Be careful pressing the buttons!!! It's very easy to mess-up and accidentally press a different button nearby the one you intended if you have larger fingers!! Then you have to nervously scramble to STOP that one and start the one you intended!
This is my first eCaller so I don't have experience with higher end models to compare it to yet. This will likely do the job. I just wonder if what I perceive to be porr sound quality for what is undoubtedly everyones goto call.. the cottontail... may be working against me.
- Most of the calls sound extremely electronic at the higher decibel level. I could not use a lot of the calls at the max level intensity because the speaker vibration & sound distortion were so bad. This may not be a problem if you're planning on using this call at lower decibel levels, but for my purposes I need max volume to reach out over never-ending desert.
- The call continuously repeats whatever sound you've selected, but there's roughly 15-20 seconds of silence in between. I did not like this feature; I like the call to be constant, with the option of muting it myself if need be.
- The remote worked okay, but I did have a few issues where it didn't seem to sync up with the speaker and it felt like I was mashing the buttons to get the call to come on/stop playing. The volume was not loud enough for my purposes, and you cannot totally silence the call using the volume keys (even with the volume all the way down the speaker puts out enough sound to hear it from 50 ft away).
- The call that I use the most (jackrabbit distress) was not as exciting on the GC300 as on other callers I've used. I prefer the "lighting jack" call on the FoxPro which really sounds like the rabbit is in trouble. This lack of excitement was pretty much across the board for all 12 of the GC300 calls.
I have no doubt that people have had success using this call... Did I? No. Overall I'd say spend the extra $120 to get the base model FoxPro.