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    U Caller : I have modded mine with cracking results.

    ok lads just how far does your U caller work from,
    the book says 100 yards, i would love to know how far yours can be placed away from you and you can still operate it,
    I have done a modification to mine and the distance we can operate it so far is gob smacking,
    so come on lads lets see just how far you can control it from,
    bob.

    both myself and 1S1K on this forum tested my long range modification last night to see how far it would work and i think it will go further as we could not see mine anymore last night so we had to stop at ... yards
    this is the caller we are using

    if you want to have a guess on far we had it wroking for and for a bit of fun we can see what the results where,

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    The idea is to get them into range not further away!!!!!! My guess is 301 yds!

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    sat on the bonnet is where i like them

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    flipin L you'r very warm,

    i know its to get them closer but if you have a skity one you could still take him at 250/300 with the lamp at night and it means your a bit further away so you don't spook the fox.

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    My guess is 320 yards
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    getting closer lads.

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    Is this an easy mod Bob?

    TIA

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    272' and 6+1/2" give or take half an inch

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    Hi Iain.

    if you have a soldering iron and know what to remove and add back in then its a doddle, but there is a wee bit of x tra kit needed,

    i hope to be doing this to a mates and i hope to be able to show it in pictures, it costs about 10
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