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post Jul 17 2008, 03:18 PM
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Does anyone use zink duck calls, Like ( ph-2, or the xr-2, double mag, or ph-1)

i have heard several and blown the ph-1 and liked but wanted some other info??

What about the Zink money maker goose call???? any opinions


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post Jul 17 2008, 03:44 PM
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I use the ph-2 and love it easy to use, do alot on it!!
I dont now about the Money Maker the price is out of my league but the Power Clucker is really good!! Hope that helps!


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post Jul 18 2008, 03:49 PM
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I have used alot of zink calls, and they are pretty much all I use now. The PH-2 is probably their best all around duck for anybody, beginner to expert. It's just a great call. The Money maker is also a great call that is surprisingly easy to blow for a comp call and sounds great in the field as well. I personally am blowing a SR-1 (paralyzer) and an RH-1 (no longer made) right now. I will probabaly get a little man LM-1 soon for my go to call. I think the LM-1 is about the easiest call in the zink line to get real goosey on. ALOT of my buddies are blowing a LM-1 now after blowing all the other at one time or another. All of the zink polys are great quality calls as well if you are looking to save some money or are just starting out. Hope this helps some!


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post Jul 18 2008, 04:58 PM
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Im not stating out, i rate yself as experienced in calling, i just want the zink calls cause the duck is built in, you dont have to change your deflection or manipulate the reeds that much to get the different sounds

thats why i have choosen zink




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post Jul 19 2008, 03:59 PM
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Is the Little man made for little geese or am I mistaking? how is the paralyzer to use ?


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post Jul 20 2008, 04:44 AM
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You are kinda right about the Little man being geared towards smaller geese, According to Zinks web site it is geared towards Lessers and young geese. BUT......The guys that I have personally heard blowing it sound very good and sounds plenty deep enough for Greaters and large ganders. I truly think it's a great all around call. The SR-1 Paralyzer is very user freindly (thrust me if I can blow it, it has to be!) The way mine is tuned right now it sounds a little high but breaks over nice. It's still not near as high as my Primos Killa though, which is really high pitched and really can't be tuned down too much.


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post Jul 30 2008, 04:05 AM
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I actually just purchased an XR-2 in smoke and I friggin love it. I don't know if it is going to be my "go to" call just yet (gonna be hard to beat out my DC), but I think it is gonna be a great addition to my lanyard.


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QUOTE(deucebump @ Jul 18 2008, 10:49 AM) *

I have used alot of zink calls, and they are pretty much all I use now. The PH-2 is probably their best all around duck for anybody, beginner to expert. It's just a great call. The Money maker is also a great call that is surprisingly easy to blow for a comp call and sounds great in the field as well. I personally am blowing a SR-1 (paralyzer) and an RH-1 (no longer made) right now. I will probabaly get a little man LM-1 soon for my go to call. I think the LM-1 is about the easiest call in the zink line to get real goosey on. ALOT of my buddies are blowing a LM-1 now after blowing all the other at one time or another. All of the zink polys are great quality calls as well if you are looking to save some money or are just starting out. Hope this helps some!
Duece,I just got a used Zink LM-1 Power Clucker?,for 15 dollars, in the box!!!Going back tomorrow cause I just researched 3 other calls I saw at this yard sale in town!
Let you know how it turns out tomorrow!!!2 are foiles and one is by someone I never heard of Fat Boy Original, it's ivory colored and I haven't been able to find the maker yet!

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post Aug 4 2008, 03:27 PM
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Hey Peter, just wondering about the call you got, because thare is no such thing as a LM-1 power clucker. It's most likely a PC-1 power clucker which is poly cab call. Still a pretty decent deal though, they are around $30 new. The LM-1 is a little man which is an acrylic call. I doubt that you will ever find one for 15 bucks. But I could be wrong, it would be the steal of the century if you did!


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post Aug 11 2008, 05:05 PM
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"Freddie" makes some of the best calls out their without question!!! You cant go wrong with ZINK calls on your lanyard


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