Echo Calls Pure Meat Acrylic Duck Call

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$139.99
Color: Black
Description: Single Reed
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Echo Calls Pure Meat Acrylic Duck Call
SKU:  2205345
Color
Black
Description
Single Reed
Model Number
79019
$139.99
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Description
Echo Calls Pure Meat Acrylic Duck Call

The Echo Calls Pure Meat Duck Call provides the perfect calling solution for experienced hard-core duck hunters. This rugged, weather-resistant calls shines with premium acrylic barrel and insert construction and a polished stainless steel band. Finely tuned, with a durable Mylar single-reed design, the Echo Calls Pure Meat Duck Call produces unmatched hold for easier squeals and whines. Perfect for both loud and soft calling, open waterways and heavily timbered marshes, the Echo Calls Pure Meat Duck Call just might be the only call you need for your limit, even in the late season when the ducks wise up to your duck hunting ways. Made in USA.
Manufacturing model #: 79019.

  • Rugged, weather-resistant duck call
  • Premium acrylic barrel and insert construction
  • Durable Mylar single-reed design
  • Polished stainless-steel band
  • Perfect for both loud and soft calling
Web ID: 1506251045
Important notice
  • Notice--Mouth Calls Non-refundable.
    Due to sanitary reasons, we are unable to accept returned calls. Defective calls should be returned directly to the manufacturer.