I have attached a few photos of a couple of friction calls that I made for my daughters softball coach. The coach is a good friend and does a great job with my daughter and the other young ladies on the team. The call with the photo is a Poplar that came from a barn in Tennessee and the wood is over 100 years old. The other wood is a Birdseye Maple that I picked out of a scrap pile and was able to cut it in half and will be able to get a couple of calls out of it. The friction call is one of the better sounding calls that I have ever made. In the right hands it will be a turkey killer. The one striker is Bloodwood and the other is a combination of Birdseye Maple and Black Walnut.