Rich-N-Tone QuackHead Duck Call
Best call under $100
The R'N'T QuackHead calls are the best calls you can get without stepping up to handmade acrylic. This call will make every sound you could ever want a single-reed to make. Since it is a single-reed, it can stick on you, but it's easy to clean in the field. It even comes with an extra reed and cork, and unlike some others, it's a real cork. Real cork sounds better than rubber to my ears, but most manufacturers take the easy road. You can also buy new reeds and corks from R'N'T, which I recommend since the cork will need to be replace every season or two to keep your call running right. The QuackHead is a genuine R'N'T call for an unbelievable price.
April 7, 2008
good duck call for a great price
Ive been huntin ducks for bout 11 years now and have owned a lot of duck calls. ive hunted with jj lares and his calls, as most waterfowl hunters know they are godly. this call for only $20 has a great raspy sound, pretty loud, and is pretty ducky. the bad part is that its a little difficult to blow. thats the only thing i can find wrong with it .its one of my favorite calls ive ever used, and ive used a lot of calls. definately lives up to the rich n tone name.
May 5, 2011
dont waste your money
i purchaced this call because i'd heard good things about rich n tone, and the price was good. when i first blew it it sounded funny and flat even when you grunted in it. it also wasn't loud at all. so i tuned it. that made it worse, the pitch got lower and the it wasn't as loud. now the reed sticks when it gets wet. i recomend the primos easy mallard or ANY haydel's.
December 21, 2008
Good for Price
I would say that this is probably the best beginner call for the money. I have heard better, but not for under $50. If you are just starting , or on a tight budget this is the perfect call. Duck hunting is expensive and you need to get your money out of your gear. You will definitely get you money out of this call.
March 5, 2008