Quick & Easy Duck CallComments (0)
Turn a barrel, add the kit parts, and get quacking.
By Byron Young
Luring ducks to close shooting range has been a centuries-old quest for wildfowl hunters everywhere. For lathe-owning duck hunters, that quest has just gotten a bit easier (and more fun) with the call insert kit parts shown at right. Designed for close-in calling, the assembled call (insert and barrel) creates a raspy duck sound that mallards can’t refuse. The insert slips into the barrel–either wood or acrylic–that you turn at the lathe. Two accessories you can add include a metal accent band to prevent the barrel from cracking, and a lanyard for hanging the call from your neck.
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