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I've been duck hunting for 2 yrs and i have a double reed duck commander and i am looking to get me a new single reed. I've looked everywhere for a decent single reed call but i am having a hard time finding one because every duck call i look at say that they are the best sounding calls on the market. What call should i get?
 

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I won a Foiles straight meat mallard a few months ago....very good and versitile....my new long to mid-range call...will also do the close in work....a great all-round call 8)
 

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If I were to get a first single reed call again, I would get an RNT Original. It seems to me that several of the RNT calls are suited well to beginning callers as they can take a little more air without locking up and still go low and sound good. In my limited experience, learning to blow a single reed is more difficult and in the end much more rewarding than learning to blow a double reed. The added frustration has made me a much more confident and versitile caller in the long run.
 

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I have two Foiles straight meat mallards and I love 'em. The best bang for your "Buck" :roll: , however, is Buck Gardner's Double Nasty. The Tall Timber from Buck is a nice one too if you want a single reed. I have oodles of calls from different makers and when it comes down to callin' and killin' ducks, the double nasty is my fav. You could spend $125 for the acrylics but the molded double nasty is a duck killin' fool for only $20.
 
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