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    RNT MPW Exclusive 40th Original Duck Call in Royal Blue

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    Rich N Tone is celebrating 40 successful years in business AND 40 years of working with Mack's Prairie Wings. To celebrate both occasions, we are offering RNT's 40th Original Duck Call in an exclusive color: vintage acrylic solid royal blue. You will not find this color anywhere else other than Mack's Prairie Wings. What better way to celebrate both occasions than with these special edition calls?

    RNT has replicated the exact shape and tone board of this super-sexy-swinging-seventies call, with the only enhancement being an enlarged bore to give it a little more modern volume that is found in today's calls. 

    The longer barrel and earlier tone board design mixed with the larger bore produces an eclectic mix of old school vintage deep raspy duck sound, whiny soft bottom, with a thick, heavy high ball on top (not today's high pitch ring). Make no mistake about it, this retro wonder is a player in any decade! It is the perfect mash up between vintage design and classic modern calling practices. RNT has adorned this jewel with a brass band and the elegantly designed throwback 40th Flying Duck Trademark logo decal.

    Only available through January 31, 2017.

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    "Mack's Prairie Wings has always been my favorite place to shop for outdoor apparel. They always have the newest gear and prices are always reasonable. Exceptional customer service and would recommend Mack's over any other store." Feb 2016