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Ok fellas I got a question for you. Is a winglock delrin short reed easy to learn on b/c I'm thinking about ordering one? I'm new to goose calling and I have a Primos flute but want to get a decent short reed. Thanks :help:
 

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I have heard only good things about winglock. They sure are priced nice.

Any of the higher quality short reeds will be much easier to learn than a cheap call. Look at Grounds calls, sean mann's, foile's migrators, and fred zink's as well. They all make polycarbonate versions of their high end acrylic calls. All of these are good quality products for the money. Most can be had for under $60. I have the Foiles Meatgrinder and it is real easy for me to blow.
 

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i havent really heard much bout winglock, and i havent tried one my self but ppl were telling me thats what i should go with but i went with a meatgrinder in stead and in my opinion im not dissatisfied with it.
 

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Go with the delrin Winglock, you won't be dissappointed!!! Easy to learn with and use, very goosey and deep. I wouldn't trade it for any other call. Plus customer service is deffinately top notch :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
 
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