Final Approach Gunners HD Floating Mallard Duck Decoys
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Popular decoy maker Marty Hanson also created the high definition Final Approach® Gunners HD Floating Mallards, incorporating custom paint schemes for an ultra-realistic appearance. All feature one-piece construction that incorporates the bird, head, and keel. They, too, come with 6 varied head positions: active drake looking left, active drake looking right, snuggling head drake, snuggle head hen, squawker hen, and stretched neck swimmer hen. 6 pack.
Manufacturer model #: 1801.
Drakes - 17''L x 8''W x 8.5''H
Hen Snuggle - 17''L x 8''W x 8.5''H
Hen Squawker - 17.5''L x 8''W x 9''H
Hen Swimmer - 19''L x 8''W x 9''H
Final Approach® Gunners HD Floating Mallard Duck Decoys
The best Decoys Ever!
I bought some of these decoys when they first came out a few years ago I also bought a slotted bag for them nowing that they were very detailed
there is alot of buzz about these decoys having paint issues mine have never hade that problem!
shure they would have paint chipping off if you just stuffed them into a non slotted bag and then threw them around like a rag doll but hey if thats what you want to do with them goahead spend 60 bucks and then toss it around like a rag doll they wont last even the more expencive decoys wont last I would guess that I have had mine now for 4or5 seasons and they still look GREAT!
August 14, 2011
do not buy
these decoys may look nice ... a little too nice. i used these for a year and got rid of them just because they look nice before you use them once you get some wear and tear on them they are horrible... buy decoys with less detail they will look alot better longer
January 9, 2011
Alright for the money
These decoys look pretty good, people say the paint gets chipped, but ive used them all season several times and the paint has not chipped.
DIsadvantage; (wigons) in the back of the decoy where theres like a hole with cocking in it and the cocking came out. Simple fix.
( Mallard Decoys where fine )
November 20, 2010
I've heard the buzz about the paint on these decoys chipping off, so I bought a 1/2 doz last year for the 2008 season along with a 6 slot decoy bag(didn't want to take the chance). I'm pretty rough on my "tools" and I haven't had any problems with the paint on mine and I use them every weekend during the season. They really add reallism to the center of my spread where the landing focal point is and I have been much more successful while using them. Not discrediting the paint problems, but haven't experience it myself. I wouldn't mix them into the big bag with the other decoys though as they are a bit spendy!!!
January 20, 2010
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