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The most life like Turkey Decoys I have ever seen

Old 02-09-2010, 07:41 PM
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Check out these Decoys!A couple of my friends bought these and they swear by them.I am hoping to save up enough money to buy one this year.http://davesmithdecoys.com/index.htm
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Old 02-09-2010, 07:46 PM
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When it first popped up I thought the bird in the back left was real
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Old 02-09-2010, 07:53 PM
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Yeah, they are ridiculous! They look better than a taxi bird. To expensive for me!
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Old 02-09-2010, 07:55 PM
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Originally Posted by podunk kennels View Post
When it first popped up I thought the bird in the back left was real
They look like they would be the closes thing to a mounted real Turkey but it will not get messed up when a tom jumps on it.
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Old 02-09-2010, 07:57 PM
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Whats it made of? Ive seen mad gobblers trounce decoys on videos
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Old 02-09-2010, 08:21 PM
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Originally Posted by podunk kennels View Post
Whats it made of? Ive seen mad gobblers trounce decoys on videos
Here is what there site said.


A.C.E Technology, or “Advanced Crosslink Elastomer,” is a new plastic and decoy-making process that we at DSD have been developing since 2007! As a material A.C.E. exhibits cured properties far superior to polyethelene, which is the standard plastic that virtually all production decoys have been made with since the 1960's, and the one currently used by the factories in China for the U.S. decoy companies.

A.C.E
is flexible with perfect memory and unbelievably durable! It retains its properties in extreme temps and holds paint ridiculously well!
In all our tests by oursleves and our Pro-Staff, it would be hard to describe just how unbelievably durable and user-friendly A.C.E decoys really are! At DSD we are literally the only company in the world using A.C.E. Technology!


A.C.E. Technology Features:



  • Hands-down, the most durable and user-friendly decoy ever made!
  • Superior Paint Adhesion, even better than prior DSD models!
  • Self-healing - can be shot with very little if any noticeable wear!
  • Soft material makes for quiet transport through the turkey woods!
  • Perfect Memory - if crushed A.C.E. will pop back to shape!
  • Stays flexible and durable in frigid temps!
  • Maintains it’s shape and doesn’t hold dents in high temps!
  • Packable and semi-compressable to fit more decoys in a smaller space!
  • No increase in price, thanks to new, more efficient production methods!
  • No increase in weight, despite drastic increase in strength!
  • Casts in fine details extremely well!
  • No more bagging decoys!
  • Available on all 2010 DSD Turkey Decoys!
  • A.C.E. Goose Decoys coming June of 2010!
They said if you shot them buy mistake you could barely even tell you hit the decoy!
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Old 02-09-2010, 08:41 PM
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sounds tough, but expensive how much?
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Originally Posted by podunk kennels View Post
sounds tough, but expensive how much?
Jake-$159
Hen-$119.95







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Old 02-09-2010, 08:56 PM
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anyone that pays that much for turkey decoys is crazy. Apparently there made of gold for the price they want. why would anyone pay $400+ dollars for a set of turkey decoys. My Primos decoys work just fine for me........and they are WHOLE LOT cheaper!!
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Old 02-10-2010, 05:26 AM
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Absolutely the most realistic looking decoys out there. My question is this: I have a decoy bag for the deeks I presently use, I was wondering if they would fit? Or, do they come with some sort of decoy bag?
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