Rich-N-Tone™ Daisy Cutter Duck Call - Pearl/Black Acrylic
No contest ring. No fluff gimmicks. No compromising. This call is pure business. It boasts an aggressive calling style to its design. The wider bore gives it a demanding presence, while still maintaining the ability to get down and dirty on the low end. Louder, raunchier, and super powerful, this call delivers the ducks.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by woodywacker Pretty dang good call! this is a great little call. of course coming from RNT u can't expect anything less than the best! i just got it today and haven't had a chance to see how it performs in the field so only 4 stars right now but i'm sure it will be great.. it's got a great quack and an untouchable feed call.. i recommend this call to any serious duck hunter.. however, it's not for beginners at all! January 15, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by WRingo Reach out and touch someone! Love this call! It goes w/ me every time I'm in the field. It has allowed me to reach birds at distances that I previously thought were impossible. But it's good on the close up work as well. Has yet to stick on me once! It's not an easy call to use, definitely not for beginners. But once ya get it, it's lights out! November 17, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by ShakeandBake good this call is really good straight out the box. It really isnt that hard to use but for some it may be. I really can reach out there and has high volume. I am a very good duck caller so it only took me about two trys to get it perfect. I would give it five stars but it just doesnt have a hail call in it. I just cant get it to make one but some may be able to, just not me. I is reall good down low but requires some voice in it. It is definantly my go to call along with my Buck Gardner double nasty II. Together they are great. Get the call, its worth the money!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! September 21, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by ducky Im stoked This is a great sounding call and from my other reviews I am a RNT Guy love the products I now own a MVP, Acrylic Original, a wooden Original, a acrylic microhen, and now the daisy cutter acrylic. The call sounds different then the rest because the tone board is different. But the call sounds almost like a mellow wooden call and it is awesome. The difference though is it has voulume to it that is, outrageous. The tone qualitys of this call make it my knew go to because it throws a curve ball at them when they are real spooky. But if you want a radical sounding call that sounds strait duck then this is the one. I would take this one above the rest just because it sounds ducky. November 12, 2008
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Details:im stuck between this call and the mvp. I want a call that is good for competition and hunting. I was wondering does this call have a good hail call in it?
Details:i have heard ppl talk bout tuning their duck calls and i didnt know how to. I thought they came tuned
A:Not sure if you've gotten an answer on this yet.
Ducks calls come factory tuned, but some people (myself included) like to tweak their calls to match their calling style. To tune a single reed duck call, there's two ways to do it. First way is to trim the reed down to create a higher pitch call. Shortening the reed makes it easier to call as well. But be very careful about how much you trim off. I'm talking thousandths of an inch. Removing too much will reduce the volume of the call. Less is definitely more in this case. The other way is to sand down the tone board. Sanding will add texture to the tone board and make the call raspy. Use a fine sand paper (220+) and VERY lightly sand the tone board. You don't want to remove any of the material, just add a slight texture.
At the end of every hunting season, you should replace your reeds and corks as well.
Adjusting a double reed is a lot more involved and more trouble that what it's worth.
A:since its a rich n tone you can just send it in to rnt and they will tune it for you. they will also send you corks and reeds if you need them. you should just have to change the cork out every so often. just keeps the tone true on the call. other than that you should be good to go
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