Megawatt

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Megawatt

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Hear This Call:

This single reed Mallard duck call is designed to cover the full range of a mallard hen.  This call has a deep tone with ample volume with built-in hold that allows for easy finesse calling.  Easy to clean and a worry-free cork-free tone board system. 

Product DNA
  • Structure: Machined CNC Acrylic Body
  • Coloration: Stealth Black
  • Core Guts: Acrylic Megawatt Toneboard
  • Reed: Mylar PreciseFit Single Reed
  • Packaging: Hard Protective Case

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What's in the box:
Product DNA

Structure: Machined CNC Acrylic Body
Coloration: Stealth Black
Core Guts: Acrylic Megawatt Toneboard
Reed: Mylar PreciseFit Single Reed
Packaging: Hard Protective Case

A true do-it-all duck call! This call has enough hold to get very whiney, but boasts a demanding top end. Plus, it’s super easy to operate.”

Brook Richard

FAQs

Cleaning Your Call: As we all know, calls can get full of grit and grime after a long hard season. For cleaning, we advise that you use warm soapy water or an ammonia-free glass cleaner to wash calls inside and out. Do not use any product containing alcohol or ammonia as it may cause crazing in the acrylic.

Cleaning of Reeds: To clean the reeds in your call, we recommend a paper towel and warm soapy water. Gently put pressure on both sides of the reed with the paper towel to wipe away saliva build-up. This build-up can affect the sound of your call, so it is recommended that you clean regularly. Also, when cleaning, be very careful to not bend the reed as this can effect the sound of your call as well.

O-Ring Care: Our calls utilize o-rings for a tight, secure barrel to insert connection. If a call is too tight we recommend lubricating the o-ring with a silicone base plumbers grease. We strongly advise that you do not use any petroleum based product on the o-rings as it will cause them to swell and deteriorate. This can also cause result in a stuck together call.

Team Calling

World Champion Callers Brook Richard and Kelley Powers explain how they call together as a team while hunting.