I have 2 dozen. The PROS: I like the attached ring base/stake and I really like the one piece feeder heads, the ring bases are HUGE so they don't tip over easilly.
The CONS: They are WAY too light for my liking and can get lost in a spread in the snow. The ring bases are way too long and if you trim them, you have to shorten the leg bungee to make up for it. The head attachments imo are no better than the GHG's and some fit even looser. The flocking sucks and I bag all my FBs. I have had to repaint the tails and touch up the heads on more than a few with Ultra-Flat Krylon Fusion after the first season of fairly light use.
They are a stoutly built decoy, which makes them about twice as heavy as the GHGs but imo aren't any more durable for the weight. I run them yes, but I think I got some of the first run out. The good thing is that TF's CS is GREAT! I hhad an issue with the first dozen I purchased and after emailing them a couple pics, I had brand new decoys on my door step within a week.
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