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  1. WhiteWing

    WhiteWing Senior Refuge Member

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    ...what was the smallest (length and width) diver body mold that they produced?

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    Tony,

    What size is a #10 mold? Where could I get plastic diver heads?
     
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    Homer decoy sells heads, tough as nails.
     
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    Wulf

    It looks like the # 10 mold is a lifesize decoy. I'm not sure if anyone is making plastic diver heads for lifesize decoys. If you can find some Herters 63 heads they should work perfect. The Homer Heads are great but I believe they would be too big for this decoy.
     
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    Mean Gene Moderator Moderator Flyway Manager

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    The Homer heads are most definitely for oversized decoys. Works fine for me because I like to make them slightly larger.
     

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