mudpack wrote:We know. They're atrocious. This has been discussed before.
mudpack wrote:Consider yourself excused. Subject doesn't bother me, just agreeing with you, Mr. Pro-Staffer.
Ringneck wrote:I guess what I can't understand about the whole post is....if they suck so much and look so bad....why did your buddy buy them? Seems like the burden of fault lies with him. Why not just don't buy them instead of of buying then complaining? I can't see the point.
Ringneck wrote:Didn't see nay mention of a catalog in the other post but I may have missed it. Hard to judge a decoy from a picture and catalog pics can definately make something look better than it is. In the end you are correct....it is buyer beware.
dakotashooter2 wrote:One has to wonder if sometimes these decisions are not made by the bean counters...............who have never seen a live duck in thier life.
rntmvp6 wrote:Ordered a dozen a few weeks back bc I have 3 dozen of the mallards and love them. Was disappointed in the pintails. Painted the hens out of the box to dull down how bright yellow orange they were. Now for the drakes, I like the fact of how white they are bc I feel they will stick out well in the places I hunt. The problem I had was the heads. The white on the neck was stained brown which didn't match the body at all. I called Dakota and spoke with the owner. He told me he would replace the heads on my drakes for free of course. They are working on a new design and will not be flocking the white on the neck only the brown. The new heads should be available some time in a few months.
The final issue Dakota had with their pintails is the box says 8 drakes and 4 hens. But they really come 6 and 6. This was a mistake made by the people who made their boxes.
On the plus Dakota assured me they would make it right which satisfies me and I will continue to purchase from them.
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