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I am just trying to get every ones opinion on this call, it looks like it should be just as good as the rest of the rnt products, thanks for any input.
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Had one for awhile,sold it.Call had way to much back pressure for me,could not really push the call or it sqeeked out.
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Not a big fan here either. Way too much back pressure for my liking.
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I really like the call. Sounds great.
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I have one of the original run ones. Hate the call. Cant put much air into it without it squealing.
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Definitely can't lean on it like a Diablo or Daisy Cutter...that's for sure. It does however have a nice, whiny low end for finishing ducks. It wouldn't be an ideal call for big water but can still get the job done in experienced hands. FWIW, the one thing I like about RNT's new calls, is that they all have a very whiny low end.
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When this years DS came out (non JS engraving version) I had the chance to try one out at Cabelas......absolutely hated it. Fast forward 4 months and a trade oppurtunity presented itself so I decided to take another shot. After tuning for myself, I really do like this call. Really does remind me of a lower volume cutter in that it has some good rasp to it but unlike a normal cutter it excels on the squeaky chatter stuff. It does lack a bit on top, but I bought it with the expectation it wasn't going to be a screamer. For a few spots I hunt where volume isn't a huge deal, it should see a good bit of lanyard time.
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