First Look: Lucky Duck Roughneck Predator Call

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posted on December 9, 2019
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Lucky Duck has introduced a new electronic predator call, designed for the run-and-gun hunter. Termed the "Roughneck," this portable, remote e-caller features 150 preloaded sounds and a 2,000-sound capacity, all capable of being delivered at a high volume. In an effort to live up to its name, the Roughneck boasts a silicone cover for protection, and to dampen the sound of its hard plastic housing accidentally knocking into things. Its remote, the new LD3X, features a relatively large screen, 10 levels of brightness and backlit buttons for when the light gets low. The call runs on 10 AA batteries and is compatible with Lucky Duck's rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack, while the remote runs on three AAs. For more information, check out luckyduck.comMSRP: $499.99


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