Giving old metal reeds a new life

Discussion in 'Duck & Goose Calling Forum' started by kellys, Feb 22, 2018.

  1. kellys

    kellys Elite Refuge Member

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    here in the last two months I have had several calls sent to me for repair and parts replacements. Nearly everyone that sent me those calls said some one here referred them to me; So thank you guys for the business. Seems like I’m doing more of these than I ever expected to do.fixing and or replacing reeds and wedges on all kinds of different makers but it seems like the Bean lake and Glenn Scobys are the most common. Anyway,thanks guys.
     
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    lockingblock Refuge Member

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    Its great that you can keep the older calls in service. There is a lot of history there and its always a shame when you see them just laying in a drawer and not on a lanyard.
     
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    kellys Elite Refuge Member

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    Its pretty amazing how far gone some of the look when I first get them, Little english wood soap followed up with some BLO soak and its amzing, Wnder how that would work on me :)
     

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