Acrylic-Acrylic is a form of Plexiglas. It is cast into a
solid rod, which in turn makes this material very dense unlike molded
plastics. Each rod is then turned down, producing a call that is
unmatched in consistency, sound quality, and durability. Acrylic is
more dense than wood and will produce a much sharper and louder sound.
It has also been a guide favorite for years do to its superior
durability over the years of harsh hunting conditions.
Bois D’Arc- Bois D’Arc is a native wood of North America. Its
color is vivid bright yellow when first cut and slightly darkens with
age. It is not oily like some of the exotic woods but still builds a
very durable call due to its shear hardness. This hardness is what
gives the wood its sharp unique sound. Bois D’Arc has a sharp, but
Cocobolo- Cocobolo comes from the west coast of Central America
and is selected for its high oil content. Its color varies from a rich
red to an attractive yellow-orange striped appearance. It is a hard
wood weighing 65 lb./ft. Old timers say the wetter it gets, the better
it sounds. Cocobolo has a full deep sound, and is regarded as the best
all around woods among hunters.
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