Duck Commander 1972 Acrylic Duck Call

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  • Easy to blow
  • Great for open water or timber
  • Versatile call
  • Great for experienced and beginning callers

The Duck Commander Acrylic 1972 duck call features the cork-slotted reed system. Both advanced and entry level callers will love the functionality and versatility of the new tone board. The insert is self-contained and will not fall apart when disassembled, while the tone board is more versatile. The Acrylic '72s can blare maximum volume for open water or windy days and muffle like a champ for timber and finesse calling. The tone board is very forgiving and can accommodate a wide range of air pressure. It also has the ability to sound like many different ducks. You can increase your air pressure and sound like a young mallard hen, or drop your air pressure and get an old raspy mallard hen.

The '72s are made from acrylic cast rod and cut to precision with CNC machines, then highly polished and finished off with a brushed aluminum band. And yes they sound as good as they look.

Technical Information:

Call Material: Acrylic
Reed: Double

Product Videos

  • Duck Commander 1972 Acrylic Duck Call
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