Collar Tightness—you should be able to slide your hand underneath the collar. But if it's too loose, the collar may come off.
- broken clapper
- a “stuck” clapper
- a bell that’s full of mud or grass
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Walter T from California
Great sound, just too big for me.
Judith W from Virginia
So far, so good. Appears very durable. Nice tone that's not too high-pitched for my ears. Lets me know when my ram's stalking me while I work.
Amanda R from Texas
Very nice, I wanted to put it on my ram so I can here him coming. However it seems a bit large for him. I am now using as a call bell to draw them in at night.
Tim B from Colorado
We were getting predator pressure...coyotes, suspected mountain lion, even a suspected rogue fox....nothing showing up on trail cameras, but one dead goat and several injured. Nothing came back to feed on the carcass. We decided to go to passive resistance. We put this bell on our fat boy billy, along with some lighting and so far so good. It sounds like church is about to start.
Wendy S from Georgia
Good quality, tough enough for a rogue.