Yes Sir, this sure beats football[:D].
I do make the wing call . One slice of the knife and it's ready to dry . I put mine on a piece of cardboard and cover the quill area with table salt. Then I store it on top of a large light fixture that hangs in my garage where the mice can't get to it .
It is in my opinion the most effective call on pressured birds , though it isn't the most practical call to use on a public hunting area due to the movement . I actually use mine more for scratchin' the leaves and rakin' the barren soil , and makin' mock fights ,but have done some mock flydown wing flappin' too. Can be used at a dustbowl area to make a mock dusting ruckus to fool a wary tom,,in spring or fall. By using the tips of the feathers on the ground it is easy to flip small particals of dirt and debris out onto undisturbed leaf litter that makes a little noise in itself thereby sounding like a real turkey scratchin' and flippin' with its toenails .
The first birds I called for my youngest stepson came looking for the scratchin' hen .