vt duck wrote:is the pc-1 a good set of guts to put back in or is there a better set ? i'll be hunting canadaian geese
Blackfoot down wrote:I have switched out all kinds of call guts. Before you switch them out, try tuning it or sending it in to get tuned. After a call has been blown for 300-500 hours, grooves start to develope on the tone board. That allows the call to sound better because the tip of the reed breaks better into the tone channel. If you swap guts, move the whole set to another call. With short reed guts, new is not better! If there is a broken component, that is a different story....
Bill Herian wrote:I would rather decoy ducks, but geese, geese are another story. Jump shooting geese is like playing dodgeball with fat kids. And I love dodgeball.
shootable Goose wrote:What kind of guts does the money maker come with?
vt duck wrote:I bought a zink's custom hunter pc-1 from ebay for $45 old syle I think and I would like to get new guts for it . but i'm not sure if I can enter change other types of zink guts in the call or do I need to get the pc-1 guts in it? I have never used a goose call before and i'm just starting to goose hunt.
Blackfoot down wrote:tripleb,
Thanks for pointing out that I was referring to competion worn guts! I guess I did not mention that in the response. Hunting guts can be "broken in" a a few hours. The main point is that since he was wanting to switch guts, he should move the whole guts, not just a tone board, wedge, or reed by itself. It can be done, but that can get really tricky for a guy just learning about how the actual air moves through a call to produce sound and prevent sticking or making New Year's horn sounds!!!!!!!!!
jhow1990 wrote:for my money maker goose call i know to get custom guts for it, but there is so many options for guts in the custom guts section, any help?
jhow1990 wrote:i was just going to buy some off the zink web site, but when i go to custom guts there is alot of options and i dont know which one i need for my money maker, i tried calling but no answer, and emailed them
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