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Semicon - Test Socket BiTS (3825-TSU)
Semicon - Test Socket BiTS
Advanced engineering plastic materials for assembly, test and package are most effective when matched properly to the process environment. Tailored for these applications, we offer materials that maintain precise tolerances and strength across a broad temperature range, manage electrostatic ...
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Duck Calls - Game Calls (3949-DC)

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Duck Calls - Game Calls (3949-DC)
Duck Calls - Game Calls - Early duck call tools were basic woodwind instruments, while later innovations are constructed of rubber and plastic, and allow the hunter to adjust the volume and tone of the calls. a duck call is like a traditional whistle made to emulate the sound of a duck. Early duck calls were simple woodwind instruments with a barrel, a sounding board and a reed. Hunters would simply grunt into the call to generate the desired sound. With the improvement of calls and calling techniques the best callers do not use their voice to perform their techniques. The two most common high quality duck call materials are wood and acrylic. The key difference between wood and acrylic duck calls is that acrylic calls are much louder and carry much further than wood duck calls. This is important for different types of duck hunting. Acrylic calls are preferred in large, open spaces for a call to reach out and find the ducks. When hunting in timber or swampy area, a wood call may be preferable. Another key difference is that acrylic is known to show less sound variance over the temperature ranges expected in a duck blind. Wood expands and contracts with the changing temperature and humidity levels. Phenolic duck calls are similar to wood-based duck calls in sound and performance, while providing greater strength and stability.
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