Quaker Boy® Acrylic Raspy Quack Master

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Raspy Quack Master Duck Call by Quaker Boy®.

A double-reed dynamo! Ideal for timber hunting that call-shy duck because it produces perfect finesse calls to get that authentic "raspy" sound!

Designed to be easy to use for hunters of all skill levels. Clear construction with easy-grip design for comfy handling.

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