Slayer Calls: Waterfowl Demo Videos
Ranger Double Reed Duck Call
If you want a double reed duck call that can take as much air as you can blow, the Ranger is the call for you.
More air means more volume — without compromising the quality of duck sounds. With a wider exhaust, the Ranger Double Reed duck call is one of the loudest on the market while remaining very ducky.
How’d we do it? The Slayer Calls team started with the award-winning Drake Slayer Double Reed and opened up the exhaust, lengthened the tone board, and took out some of the rises. These design changes let hunters put as much air as they want into the call.
Take advantage of the full volume range to adjust the loudness of your call, whether you’re hunting in the field, in timber, or near open water. A well-timed hail can be your ticket to coaxing in a circling flock.
The Ranger’s superior tone from the high end all the way to the bottom grows with callers as they advance their skills. Its double reed construction is more forgiving than a single reed call if the caller doesn’t present the air just right, and it makes for a more ducky call on the lower end.
Experienced duck callers value the control and sophistication they can get from the Ranger with sounds like the bouncing hen, Cajun squeals, hails, and refuge feed.
With its durable, eye-catching acrylic barrel, the Ranger is a showstopper that’s ready to go wherever you call the wild.
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