Duck Commander 1972 Premium Series Duck Calls

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Duck Commander's 1972 Premium Series calls are built by serious waterfowlers for hard-core duck hunters. Each call is hand-assembled and hand-tuned to ensure quality and consistency. They'll pull ducks tight with a commanding greeting and a drake-finishing quiet, controlled low end. Double reed. Made in USA.
Available: Burnt Hedge, Diamond Wood/Moss, Blackwood, Bocote.
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Duck Commander 1972 Premium Series Duck Calls Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Phenomenal Call

I'd been eyeing this call for a long time. After getting some gift cards I finally decided to pull the trigger. GLAD I DID! Some buddies of mine thought I was nuts for deciding to upgrade calls. Now one has the same identical call, and the other is on the lookout for one at our local Cabela's. Sounds rhaspy, has a great high ball, the reeds haven't stuck yet in colder weather. There is no reason not to buy this call. As they say, "Just do it."
srojustin at Cabelas on 05/05/2013

1972 Diamond Wood Moss

Great call for finishing work. Just as loud as you need it to be and one of the most realistic calls youll ever need. People complain about duck commander sticking but I run this and the duck picker and no problems. brown sugar is a great one too
nocoduck at Cabelas on 11/20/2013

Happy, happy, happy!

This call is a piece of art. The tone is clear, steady and without having to force a large amount of air to make it talk like that finicky hen. Great value too. Thanks "Duck guys"!
Poppy4350 at Cabelas on 08/13/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Good, but be careful

Great sounding call, the problem was that I only got to use it twice; because after opening weekend on the walk to my spot the exhaust port, reed, and wedge fell out and into the water. I had never taken it apart so I'm not sure what the deal was, but make sure you use lanyard hooks on both ends.
Awaterfowler at Cabelas on 01/22/2014