Primos Wants You Speaking the Elk Language with New Open & Closed Reed Calls


Primos Hunting's New Timberline Open Reed Elk Call

The elk hunting season is just around the corner for many states and Primos is looking to outfit people with easier and more dynamic calls. With great timing, they are introducing a new closed and open reed call. Both are developed and meant to be easier to use. So whether you are a novice or a veteran, you should be able to get good tones and sounds to draw in some elk this fall.

Primos had this to say about their new elk calls:

The new Timberline Open Reed and Timberline Closed Reed elk calls were developed by Primos’ team of hard-hunting, veteran callers. Both calls are easy to use and feature high-quality barrels hand-crafted from the finest hardwood for flawless reproductions of elk vocalizations.

The Timberline Open Reed’s single, open-reed design easily produces a variety of high-pitched and high-volume sounds made by elk cows and calves, including incredibly accurate estrous cow calls that bring in amorous bull elk on the run.

When elk are close, the Timberline Closed Reed seals the deal with subtle mews and chirps. The call’s bite-and-blow configuration allows you to precisely control pitch and volume by bite and air pressure, while the wooden barrel mellows the tone.

Thanks to the simple designs and foolproof operation of both the Timberline Open Reed and Timberline Closed Reed elk calls, even first-time callers can quickly begin speaking the language of elk and calling trophies into shooting range.

I can speak from first-hand experience that using elk calls typically has a learning curve. A steep one as a matter of fact. While road-tripping to my hunting location a few years ago (which was a 5 hour drive) I kept the radio off and practiced the entire way there. So any elk call that sounds like a bonefide elk and is easy to learn on… Sign me up!

The complete press release for these two new calls from Primos can be found HERE.

The outdoors, fitness and anything related to firearms are my passions. I am a S&W Armorer, Glock Armorer, reloader and am coping with an addiction to classic S&W and Colt revolvers (by buying more revolvers). I’ve been a guest writer for Sierra Bullets and love long walks to the gun range.


  • sb057

    That’s one weird-lookin’ firearm.

  • Risky

    I’m really looking forward to more non-firearm related posts. I fully expect to see advertisements and reviews for fishing reels, compound bows, taxidermy, hell… maybe even articles on prepping for the end days. Maybe make it an all-encompassing catch all for outdoorsy related activities… all outdoors stuff, ya’ know? All, Outdoors.

    • Anonymoose

      I mean, you do hunt elk with a rifle, generally…

      • Risky

        Yet this isn’t article about an elk rifle, or caliber, or bullet, or sling, or scope.

    • john huscio

      “the Fuddsy Woodsy blog: huntin’ rifles, not sniper rifles”

  • Gary Kirk

    Best way to call elk.. Make sure hunting partners rifle is safe, kick hunting partner in the balls as hard as possible.. Wait for elk to come