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Re: RNT Collections

Postby stevezim » Thu Aug 15, 2013 9:13 pm

Nice call Byers! What are the woods...mopane & cedar?
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby Razorbackrowe77 » Thu Aug 15, 2013 11:39 pm

Thank you Zim & Byers!
Byers, gorgeous call!
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby catdiesel15 » Fri Aug 16, 2013 3:32 am

stevezim wrote:Nice call Byers! What are the woods...mopane & cedar?


Walnut / Cedar ,
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby catdiesel15 » Fri Aug 16, 2013 5:19 am

Razorbackrowe77 wrote:Nice surprise when I got home today...



Razorbackrowe77 wrote:And this will be here Monday. Been a pretty good week



Nice calls Scotty :thumbsup:

Can't beat that ol' Red and 1st Gen back to back, lovin it like a fat kid does icecream.

I've seen several of these Reds pop up very recently, wonder how rare they really are ...
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby ByersFarm » Fri Aug 16, 2013 6:26 am

stevezim wrote:Nice call Byers! What are the woods...mopane & cedar?

I'm not positive on the barrel. The insert is cedar. I'll have to get the pair down to the shop and check one day.
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby stevezim » Fri Aug 16, 2013 8:04 am

Love those old calls. Agree with Catdiesel that it looks like walnut and cedar. Great find!
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby Razorbackrowe77 » Fri Aug 16, 2013 8:13 am

catdiesel15 wrote:
Razorbackrowe77 wrote:Nice surprise when I got home today...



Razorbackrowe77 wrote:And this will be here Monday. Been a pretty good week



Nice calls Scotty :thumbsup:

Can't beat that ol' Red and 1st Gen back to back, lovin it like a fat kid does icecream.

I've seen several of these Reds pop up very recently, wonder how rare they really are ...



Thanks Polsty.

I feel fortunate to have these calls.

In regards to Ol' Red, I feel even more fortunate just to have the opportunity to own such a piece of "duck call history". A lot of people search a lifetime for a call like this. Some find one and some don't. I just count my blessing that Ol' Red landed with someone who appreciates its beauty & rarity. To me it's priceless. I had sweaty palms & my hands were shaking when I opened the box!

If you question how rare it is, I can only give you the story I've been told. You have Butch's number right? I bet he could shed better light on the call than me. If you don't have his number, let me know. I think I have it...but if I don't I can get it from a good buddy of mine...Sugartown.
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby catdiesel15 » Fri Aug 16, 2013 8:28 am

Razorbackrowe77 wrote:
catdiesel15 wrote:
Razorbackrowe77 wrote:Nice surprise when I got home today...



Razorbackrowe77 wrote:And this will be here Monday. Been a pretty good week



Nice calls Scotty :thumbsup:

Can't beat that ol' Red and 1st Gen back to back, lovin it like a fat kid does icecream.

I've seen several of these Reds pop up very recently, wonder how rare they really are ...



Thanks Polsty.

I feel fortunate to have these calls.

In regards to Ol' Red, I feel even more fortunate just to have the opportunity to own such a piece of "duck call history". A lot of people search a lifetime for a call like this. Some find one and some don't. I just count my blessing that Ol' Red landed with someone who appreciates its beauty & rarity. To me it's priceless. I had sweaty palms & my hands were shaking when I opened the box!

If you question how rare it is, I can only give you the story I've been told. You have Butch's number right? I bet he could shed better light on the call than me. If you don't have his number, let me know. I think I have it...but if I don't I can get it from a good buddy of mine...Sugartown.



Sweaty Palms :lol3: , think I'm a few steps ahead of ya on ol' Red's details buddy :thumbsup:

Again, nice calls for sure ...
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby Westtennduckhunter » Fri Aug 16, 2013 8:30 am

Nice calls, brahs. Something I got from the wife for our wedding day.
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby catdiesel15 » Fri Aug 16, 2013 8:36 am

Westtennduckhunter wrote:Nice calls, brahs. Something I got from the wife for our wedding day.


Beaut :bow:
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby RNTbuck » Fri Aug 16, 2013 8:36 am

Westtennduckhunter wrote:Nice calls, brahs. Something I got from the wife, that she had hand selected for me, for our wedding day.
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FIFY brah :thumbsup:
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby Westtennduckhunter » Fri Aug 16, 2013 8:38 am

RNTbuck wrote:
Westtennduckhunter wrote:Nice calls, brahs. Something I got from the wife, that she had hand selected for me, for our wedding day.
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FIFY brah :thumbsup:

Truth. I got a good wife. And good friends.
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby RNTbuck » Fri Aug 16, 2013 8:45 am

Westtennduckhunter wrote:
RNTbuck wrote:
Westtennduckhunter wrote:Nice calls, brahs. Something I got from the wife, that she had hand selected for me, for our wedding day.
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FIFY brah :thumbsup:

Truth. I got a good wife. And good friends.

yes brah...in all aspects...you done good son....
Brah...I'm gonna need counsel
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby ByersFarm » Fri Aug 16, 2013 9:20 am

Westtennduckhunter wrote:
RNTbuck wrote:
Westtennduckhunter wrote:Nice calls, brahs. Something I got from the wife, that she had hand selected for me, for our wedding day.
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FIFY brah :thumbsup:

Truth. I got a good wife. And good friends.

Word. Just happy to help out.
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby Razorbackrowe77 » Fri Aug 16, 2013 9:23 am

catdiesel15 wrote:
Razorbackrowe77 wrote:
catdiesel15 wrote:
Razorbackrowe77 wrote:Nice surprise when I got home today...



Razorbackrowe77 wrote:And this will be here Monday. Been a pretty good week



Nice calls Scotty :thumbsup:

Can't beat that ol' Red and 1st Gen back to back, lovin it like a fat kid does icecream.

I've seen several of these Reds pop up very recently, wonder how rare they really are ...



Thanks Polsty.

I feel fortunate to have these calls.

In regards to Ol' Red, I feel even more fortunate just to have the opportunity to own such a piece of "duck call history". A lot of people search a lifetime for a call like this. Some find one and some don't. I just count my blessing that Ol' Red landed with someone who appreciates its beauty & rarity. To me it's priceless. I had sweaty palms & my hands were shaking when I opened the box!

If you question how rare it is, I can only give you the story I've been told. You have Butch's number right? I bet he could shed better light on the call than me. If you don't have his number, let me know. I think I have it...but if I don't I can get it from a good buddy of mine...Sugartown.



Sweaty Palms :lol3: , think I'm a few steps ahead of ya on ol' Red's details buddy :thumbsup:

Again, nice calls for sure ...



Thanks man. If you need anything, let me know if I can help.

Have a blessed day.
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby catdiesel15 » Fri Aug 16, 2013 9:32 am

Razorbackrowe77 wrote:
catdiesel15 wrote:
Razorbackrowe77 wrote:
catdiesel15 wrote:
Razorbackrowe77 wrote:Nice surprise when I got home today...



Razorbackrowe77 wrote:And this will be here Monday. Been a pretty good week



Nice calls Scotty :thumbsup:

Can't beat that ol' Red and 1st Gen back to back, lovin it like a fat kid does icecream.

I've seen several of these Reds pop up very recently, wonder how rare they really are ...



Thanks Polsty.

I feel fortunate to have these calls.

In regards to Ol' Red, I feel even more fortunate just to have the opportunity to own such a piece of "duck call history". A lot of people search a lifetime for a call like this. Some find one and some don't. I just count my blessing that Ol' Red landed with someone who appreciates its beauty & rarity. To me it's priceless. I had sweaty palms & my hands were shaking when I opened the box!

If you question how rare it is, I can only give you the story I've been told. You have Butch's number right? I bet he could shed better light on the call than me. If you don't have his number, let me know. I think I have it...but if I don't I can get it from a good buddy of mine...Sugartown.



Sweaty Palms :lol3: , think I'm a few steps ahead of ya on ol' Red's details buddy :thumbsup:

Again, nice calls for sure ...



Thanks man. If you need anything, let me know if I can help.

Have a blessed day.



I do, tell us more about the Red Rich n Tone rareness ... Didn't mean for you to take me wrong bud.

First off, completely agree they're rare and a gem.

In the last month and a half, I've seen more than Brandon's and your call come up for sale .... hence my comment on how rare they really are ... which I can see that being mistaken

I sincerely apologize :smile:
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby Razorbackrowe77 » Fri Aug 16, 2013 11:39 am

No apology needed. It's all good, really. My apologies to u too.

Man, if you've seen more, I'd sure like to know where! I would love to have them. I'd take every one of these I could find.
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby ByersFarm » Fri Aug 16, 2013 12:49 pm

They're around and seem to becoming more prevalent as of late. Still a very nice call.
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby tchandler » Fri Aug 16, 2013 2:12 pm

sure would love to know where I could find one....
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby Sugartowns Finest » Fri Aug 16, 2013 2:26 pm

Aren't many available thats for sure. With the stick of red acrylic Butch had, there's 10-12 out there. Four of them (maybe 5) are probably never to surface as they would be family heirlooms to the people who the "solid red" acrylic was made for in the first place. Then there's two more of them I know will never be surrendered, sold, etc. So that eliminates 50% or more right there. So there's some out there. Certainly a privaledge to find, and a beauty to look at day to day.

Keep all these fine calls coming fellas. Have a good weekend :thumbsup:
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby catdiesel15 » Fri Aug 16, 2013 2:33 pm

Sugartowns Finest wrote:Aren't many available thats for sure. With the stick of red acrylic Butch had, there's 10-12 out there. Four of them (maybe 5) are probably never to surface as they would be family heirlooms to the people who the "solid red" acrylic was made for in the first place. Then there's two more of them I know will never be surrendered, sold, etc. So that eliminates 50% or more right there. So there's some out there. Certainly a privaledge to find, and a beauty to look at day to day.

Keep all these fine calls coming fellas. Have a good weekend :thumbsup:



Now that's the detail I was after ... and what I understood to be true. Thanks :beer:

Might have some new calls to share with y'all soon ... :thumbsup:
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby Razorbackrowe77 » Fri Aug 16, 2013 3:54 pm

Sugartowns Finest wrote:Aren't many available thats for sure. With the stick of red acrylic Butch had, there's 10-12 out there. Four of them (maybe 5) are probably never to surface as they would be family heirlooms to the people who the "solid red" acrylic was made for in the first place. Then there's two more of them I know will never be surrendered, sold, etc. So that eliminates 50% or more right there. So there's some out there. Certainly a privaledge to find, and a beauty to look at day to day.

Keep all these fine calls coming fellas. Have a good weekend :thumbsup:



Well stated my friend.
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby DarenDeath » Fri Aug 16, 2013 6:28 pm

Some more sweet adds. :thumbsup:
:beer: I'll get a new update here soon, but nothing close to those old Butch calls.
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Re: RNT Collections

Postby stevezim » Fri Aug 16, 2013 10:45 pm

I can't compete with all these old Richies :thumbsup: , but I just picked up an odd call...a born on with a OSDC bore on it. The guy had it done while he was at the shop in 2004 and they called it the Timbre Cutter.

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Re: RNT Collections

Postby catdiesel15 » Sat Aug 17, 2013 1:29 am

stevezim wrote:I can't compete with all these old Richies :thumbsup: , but I just picked up an odd call...a born on with a OSDC bore on it. The guy had it done while he was at the shop in 2004 and they called it the Timbre Cutter.l]


Sexy lil thang :thumbsup:
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