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Experience with Hard Core Decoys? #5307441 09/15/14 02:50 PM
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Was going to take advantage of a sale but before I bought some of the "Pre-Rigged Hard Core Decoys" I thought I'd see if anyone has used them? Supposedly a 3yr paint warranty. I'll be carrying them in and out so they're going to bang around a little...any thoughts?

Re: Experience with Hard Core Decoys? [Re: Wolverine] #5307447 09/15/14 02:52 PM
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I tried a lot of the latest and greatest. I have no experience with hard core. Dave Speer sent me a dozen G and H decoys a couple years ago. I ain't looking back. I have vowed to replace 1 or 2 dozen decoys per year until I am completely switched to G and H. This year I bought 3 dozen because I found them on sale.


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Re: Experience with Hard Core Decoys? [Re: Wolverine] #5307457 09/15/14 02:57 PM
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I bought the pre-rigged mallard and pintail packs last year. They've held up well and are a great deal! My only complaint about them is that I wish they were a little larger profiled...I guess that's what the magnums are for. I haven't had any issues w/ paint on the mallards, but on the pintail the drakes' heads have some white paint scratches due to being banged around in my bag and on the garage wall where I hang them. The rigs are well-made, in my opinion, and done in the configuration in which I would normally build my rigs (loop, clip, weight).

Re: Experience with Hard Core Decoys? [Re: Wolverine] #5307638 09/15/14 04:48 PM
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I'm a fan of the G&H for sure, just looking for something a little more economical considering I'm not as addicted to the birds as I am my bow smile Great input guys...thank you!

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