Rich-N-Tone Daisy Cutter 40th Anniversary Edition Acrylic Duck Call

$119.99
Color: Pearl/Black
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Rich-N-Tone Daisy Cutter 40th Anniversary Edition Acrylic Duck Call - Pearl/Black
SKU:  2318235
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Pearl/Black
Model Number
RNT9256
$119.99
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Rich-N-Tone Daisy Cutter 40th Anniversary Edition Acrylic Duck Call

A special 40th anniversary upgrade for its best selling call of all time, the Daisy Cutter Acrylic 40th Anniversary Edition Duck Call from Rich-N-Tone™ delivers pure, nasty, and effective sound for demanding duck hunters. Keeping the same gimmick-free, no-nonsense, single reed design as the original Daisy Cutter, this call features an updated toneboard and opened up bore for aggressive calling. Louder, raunchier, and super powerful, this call delivers a demanding presence while still maintaining the ability to get down and dirty on the low end. This special edition call also features a smaller diameter barrel lip, brass band, and 40th anniversary "Flying Duck Trademark" logo for a very distinctive look.
Manufacturer model #: RNT9206.

  • 40th anniversary edition of Rich-N-Tone's best selling duck call
  • Raw, powerful, and nasty calling performance
  • Gimmick-free, no-nonsense, single reed design
  • Updated toneboard and opened up bore
  • Loud and super powerful for aggressive calling
  • Acrylic body with brass band and special anniversary logo
Web ID: 1604201034
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.