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  1. hammbone

    hammbone Senior Refuge Member

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    Didn't want to hi-jack the other tread. Any opions out there on these? they should be a goose magnet for that kind of jack.
     
  2. KEN

    KEN Moderator Moderator

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    They look great but.....$250 each.
     
  3. LuxuryHunter

    LuxuryHunter Senior Refuge Member Sponsor

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    I have 8 clones that we will be using along with our Flyright machines. Should have them up and running in the next 2 weeks or so.
     
  4. marsh man dan

    marsh man dan Elite Refuge Member

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    Any chance of pictures or better yet video of your spread in action when you have it up and running?
     
  5. hammbone

    hammbone Senior Refuge Member

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    I find it strange that there is only one hunting video on the world wide web and its a cloudy day. Makes me reluctant to buy one.
     
  6. LuxuryHunter

    LuxuryHunter Senior Refuge Member Sponsor

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    I will post up both pictures and video once we start using them.
     
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    marsh man dan Elite Refuge Member

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    Wapiti@67 Senior Refuge Member

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    Yeah Jon, make sure you post up some video. I would love to see 8 in action!
     
  9. CamoHunter870

    CamoHunter870 Elite Refuge Member

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    Just received the Silosock Wingbeat flapper in the mail which obviously, is alittle more user friendly price wise.

    Here's my first impression when I hooked it up to 12v battery:
    1. Alittle on the noisy side (shouldn't really be a brother if running e-callers)
    2. The wing beat is very fast
    3. Decoy has some weight to it with the motor

    I then hooked it up to my speed control box and was able to reduce the speed of the wing beat to a speed that is more realistic in my opinion.

    I'll need to get it outside and see what it looks like from a distance and from a goose perspective as well.
     
  10. LuxuryHunter

    LuxuryHunter Senior Refuge Member Sponsor

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    Clones are on Spring Sale for a limited time on FourFlyways.com

    http://www.shop.fourflyways.com/

    $239.99
     

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