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Duck Commander Acrylic Mach 3 Duck Call

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Price: $129.99
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Product Description

The Duck Commander Acrylic Mach 3 Duck Call is a triple reed, black acrylic call. For years the folks at Duck Commander have tested and tweaked the double-reed system Phil Robertson patented almost 40 years ago. Through trial and error and the input of skilled members of the Duck Commander team, they have developed a patent pending triple reed system. The prototype of this innovative call has been used this duck season and the results have been lethal. The triple reed system is designed to replicate the mallard hen in her quack, feed call, and hail call. This unique system replicates these sounds more easily, due to the different combination of reed material stacked together. The result is a pure duck sound with a little extra kick, and a system that is easy to clean, tune, and operate.

Duck Commander Acrylic Mach 3 Duck Call Features

  • Made of acrylic
  • Triple reed
  • Raspy low end
  • Smooth high end
  • Great for mallard hens
  • J-Frame style

Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
Rick D. from Stuttgart, Arkansas, USA
Absolutley pure duck
How is the quality? Does it have every feature you need?
Can't find anything wrong yet
What do you like or dislike about the features?
Does it all to perfection from hail to quack
Do you think this item is a good value?
At 130 it is cheaper than most nowadays. Worth every penny
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