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    Dave Smith Strutter Turkey Decoy

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    Product Description

    The Dave Smith Strutter Turkey Decoy is perfect for those times when a dominant Tom doesn’t consider a jake enough of a threat to risk coming out of the woodwork. Definitely your ACE in the hole, the new DSD Strutter! As usual, DSD made the strutter at your request, as many guys were using a mounted full-strut Tom for tough, decoy-shy gobblers. The problem was the price, durability and portability of the stuffer decoys. Enter the Dave Smith Strutter Turkey Decoy; made with A.C.E. Technology, it is tough enough to withstand repeated attacks by aggressive birds as well as direct shots from poachers during sting operations. It provides the look and fullness of a competition quality mount in a portable, ultra-durable, weatherproof unit, all at one-third the price of a quality stuffer decoy.

    The Dave Smith Strutter Turkey Decoy is a valuable tool for both the hunter and law enforcement agent and also makes for a great decorative piece. Add a real tail fan, forewings and/or beard (not provided) for added realism and to convert him from Tom to Jake and back for any hunting situation. Use him alone or with other DSD models, or even with one or two other DSD Strutters for the ultimate in realism! He’s a modest size and includes everything you need to attach your own tail fan, beard, and wings.

    Also includes a Camo carry bag with DSD Logo, motion stake.
    The DSD Strutter - 18 inches tall, 15 inches  wide, 15 inches beak to tail.
    Tail fan, forewings and/or beard not provided.

    A.C.E. Technology - Advanced Crosslink Elastomer is a new plastic and and decoy making process that DSD has been developing since 2007! As a material A.C.E. exhibits cured properties far superior to polyethylene, which is the standard plastic that virtually all production decoys have been made with since the 1960's, and the one currently used by the factories in China for the U.S. decoy companies. A.C.E is flexible with perfect memory and unbelievably durable! It retains its properties in extreme temps and holds paint ridiculously well!

    After three years of research Dave Smith Decoys introduces A.C.E. Technology. A revolutionary breakthrough in decoy manufacturing.  A.C.E. allows for unmatched detail and unmatched durability. Finally a decoy that has both! Same anatomy, same industry leading pain scheme, new bullet proof design and still made in the USA. The Dave Smith Turkey Decoys are a the decoy to have for results.

    A.C.E. Technology Features:

    • Hands-down, the most durable and user-friendly decoy ever made!
    • Superior Paint Adhesion, even better than prior DSD models!
    • Self-healing - can be shot with very little if any noticeable wear!
    • Soft material makes for quiet transport through the turkey woods!
    • Perfect Memory - if crushed A.C.E. will pop back to shape!
    • Stays flexible and durable in frigid temps!
    • Maintains it’s shape and doesn’t hold dents in high temps!
    • Packable and semi-compressible to fit more decoys in a smaller space!
    • No increase in weight, despite drastic increase in strength!
    • Casts in fine details extremely well!
    • No more bagging decoys!

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    "I have been ordering from MPW since I started waterfowl hunting just 6 years ago. They have always had the items I needed. I had to call their customer service once on a return of waders. They were great. Their pricing on most items have been the lowest I have found. They often have free shipping which helps a lot. I will be a customer of MPW for a long time to come." Nov 2015