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I see top of the line calls for sale frequently.
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I have to say that if you have a top of the line, field proven, duck call the call is not a problem but the caller's "style" needs a ton of work.
If you find yourself selling a very good call due to being finicky about how you blow it...you're messing up.
It had to be said.
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A lot of folks can run the pee out of calls that simply don't do what they want from a call. RNT's NOS, for instance, is one of my favorites to run - but it lacks the volume to suit my style of aggressive calling while hunting. And other calls that run exactly as intended may not be crisp or clean enough to suit that style that depends heavily on triggering reflex response. "Different strokes..."
Which isn't to suggest that "doesn't fit my style" doesn't ever translate to "can't run it". Just that it certainly isn't necessarily so.
If you think I'm wrong, you might be right.
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Calls are like shotguns. Yeah, we can use most but we may prefer a different style or type because we shoot it better, or we just simply like it better.
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Well said Rick
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