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are winglock calls any good or are they just like evry other call just more money?
lock em "n" Rock em
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They are worth every cent. Give Rick a call..........he is one heck of a great guy.
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after hearning aaaaaaall about winglocks for the last year or so...winglock this, winglock that, my winglock is soooooo great, etc .etc. i finally gave in and called up rick to order a call. mainly, i will admit, because they are a DHC sponsor and i figured i'd throw the guy a bone.
well, i can say that i am glad i did. i bought an all hedge double reed and all i can say is "wow". it sounds like no other call i have..and i mean that in a good way. Rick makes his calls to do one thing. bring 'em in close so you can put a hurt on 'em. period.
oh..and i guess i should mention it is a damn fine looking call too. the wood quality and finish is top notch.
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trigger wrote:are winglock calls any good or are they just like evry other call just more money?
More money than what???? Ricks calls are very reasonabley priced,especially for the quality you get.The calls are top notch....no doubt about it, some of the best sounding made by anyone,period!!!!
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Callin' 'em in and knockin' 'em down
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Rick makes real nice calls.
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easiest goose call to blow out there! great customer service!
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