Turning Archive 2005

Subject:
OK, now which one?...critique *PIC*

Danny Wells
>These are turkey calls, known as trumpet yelpers. They are both 9" overall height. Wood is mesquite with Texas ebony inserts, brass ferrule and elephant ivory mouthpieces (pre-ban ivory). There are some minor differences with the location of the inserts, but the main difference is that the brass ferrule on the one on the right is 1/8" shorter and thus the wood is 1/8" longer.

Which one seems to have better proportions or is more appealing to the eye?
Thanks for your comments.

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