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Question by hfedder40. Uploaded on November 27, 2009
2 links to give you a start I started looking into this about 2 wks ago
just buy one
I can answer this one. First, you have to be a master at using a drill press and a wood lathe and wood finishing. Gotta get a good reed assembly. Mebbe a hundred prototypes later, you can produce a good sound. Guess the first one cost me $1,500 to make. Now I can make one in about 8 hours work. It would probably cost as much as your gun to purchase one of mine. http://duckcallsgoosecalls.com/
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