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whats you opion on these. there the ones with the spinnning wings that dont use batteries
there have them at cabelas for about 40 bucks
so far this year 5 woodys and 1 goose
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My dad has one, I really don't like it. If the wind isn't constant, it isn't worth it.
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I bought 1 for $20 brand new-have not used it though. I figured for 20 it was worth a shot. But I realized going in that it will not perform like a reg spinner will. The key to spinners is having the correct wing speed to mimick the mallards flapping wings, so the winf driven one will have limitations. Also get a extra batteru for the reg spinners--when is slows down due to weak battery-stick a fresh battery in.
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GO CHECK OUT THE WINDUK BRAND , THEY ARE A SILOUTTE STYLE, , YOU JUST CUT 1/2 ' CONDUIT TO ANY SIZE , THE BEST PART IS THEY SWING INTO THE WIND JUST LIKE A VANE.....I HAVE 3 , AND I LOVE THEM.........................JMIKE
dont shoot till there feet are down
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