Gobbler Knob: A Friction Call Journey

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  • Jim's avatar

    Awesome Rick! 😎🦃🦃 Best of luck 🤞 my friend!!

  • David's avatar

    Awesome calls! Good luck.

  • James's avatar

    😳 I keep saying this but WORK OF ART! I’d put these on display proudly!

  • Mike's avatar

    Some lucky owners right there! 😜😎

  • T.J.'s avatar

    Those are stunning!!! I am fortunate to know a couple of call makers, but I must say those are the most beautiful pots I've ever laid eyes on.

  • Appalachian's avatar

    Good grief, very nice! Didn't realize you already started making pot calls. I think I may have a lead on some agate slab, if I get ahold of them you'll be the first to know.

  • Gobbler Knob's avatar

    @Jim thank you, sir!

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    Thanks, @David!

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    @James thank you! I’ll let you know if they are able to seal the deal!

  • Gobbler Knob's avatar

    @Mike indeed! ☺️

  • Gobbler Knob's avatar

    Thank you, @T.J.!

  • Gobbler Knob's avatar

    @Appalachian those are my first two. Since these, I’ve turned 4 more. Waiting on the stain to dry now.

  • Appalachian's avatar

    @Gobbler Awesome! Have you considered using copper or aluminum as the surface?

  • Gobbler Knob's avatar

    @Appalachian not yet. I really like the authentic sound of slate. I’m planning to use it o a glass sound board.

  • Appalachian's avatar

    @Gobbler oh yeah, I've just got a copper pot call that yanks a gobble out when nothing else will, not sure why. I'm sure everyone has that "one call". when I was looking at call components I noticed that brass was an option, I'm definitely interested to see how it sounds

  • Gobbler Knob's avatar

    Yep, I have a custom slate over glass set in ambrosia maple that has them lining up to be shot. Man, it’s a turkey-lurin’ somebody!

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My name is Rick Larnerd. I’m a United States Army Infantry and 35-year law enforcement veteran. I am a retired Pennsylvania game warden. I am now custom maker of high-end Pennsylvania longrifles and decorative turkey box calls. I’ve been “Recreating 18th Century Americana” as Gobbler Knob Longrifles since 2000.

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