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Discussion in 'Snow Goose Hunting Forum' started by Les, Sep 22, 2017.
Got pics of the factory?
Yes it is a cone system that sits on a fiberglass stake.
I personally do not have any pictures of the factory. I have seen a picture of it and I’m sure they’d be happy to answer all of your questions if you contact them.
How come on their 'website' "Made in America" is in quotes?
I'm just a skeptic by nature. It's odd that they are the least expensive full body in the world, but the only ones "Made inAmerica".
they don't hardly use any paint on them, they claim that's why they are cheaper. i saw one in dunn's in marion, il the plastic is very rigid, but for the price i'll pick some up to try.
Hey ! Stay out of that store. They are the devil !
"final product made in america." That one makes me go hmmm...
Would be pretty sweet though if some guys really did find a way to produce economical FB decoys in the states and keep their overhead and prices down.
Feel free to contact them with these and any other questions. I can assure you, they are made in the United States.
anyone have any reports on how these decoys are doing this spring?
Scheels in Springfield had em on sale last Saturday for I believe 89 bux for 6. I had heard of them before but hadnt ever seen any. They looked to me like they would be really shiny. The lighting by the waterfowl section on that second story isnt the greatest, and there was definately a bad glare coming off of them. I would assume they'd be the same in the field as well.
Lessers must be next