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b-stick 03-30-2012 12:58 PM

turning a duck call
 
im interested in turning a few calls for some close friends..

what should i buy in order to turn these??

brown down 03-30-2012 01:13 PM

i have made a lot of calls. you can buy the guts online through HUT i think penn state industries may carry them as well. you are going to want to make some mandrels, i started with wood and than had a custom metal expanding one made. HUT i believe sells a started kit for turning game calls!!!! they are fun to make! tuning them can become an issue but if you know what sound you are looking for you shouldn't have a problem

b-stick 03-30-2012 01:36 PM

what mandrel do i need to buy??

or what will i need to make one??

brown down 03-30-2012 02:42 PM

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YOU can turn one out of wood and cut o rings in to hold the place, but they tend to break and you have to start over making another one i got frustrated and had one made. i chuck the one i have now and use my live center to make sure it is running true! than i take the piece of wood slide it on tighten the screw and it will not move!!

Whaler 03-30-2012 03:11 PM

I have done several from Craft Supply. They mention using a mandrel but they are easily done between centers.
http://www.woodturnerscatalog.com/st...ck_calls?Args=

brown down 03-30-2012 03:19 PM

you can def turn them between centers, but in my opinion in order to get a quality sanding job on the inside the call a mandrel is the way to go. you can take that piece and flip it around to really get both ends really well. unless you are an experienced turner than a mandrel is the way to go. thats just my opinion

BassBlaster 03-30-2012 05:49 PM

Do you allready own a Nova chuck? Just buy a set of pin jaws for it.

Another option is to make a pin chuck.


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