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Real Duck Retriever Training Dummies

Take a super-tough polyester fire hose casing for the ultimate in durability, then fill the casing with 100 percent real granulated cork for maximum buoyancy.

Take a super-tough polyester fire hose casing for the ultimate in durability, then fill the casing with 100 percent real granulated cork for maximum buoyancy. Use polyester thread to double-stitch the cork in the casing, and add a rot-resistant polyester rope for a throwing handle. You now have the Real Duck Premium Retriever Training Dummy with bird-like feel and balance, and just the right weight for long throws on land and in water.

The fire hose material effectively holds commercial-manufactured bird scents for even greater appeal to any breed of gun dog eager to fetch the Real Duck Dummy. Real Duck comes in three sizes: the 4- by 15-inch Big Duck, the 3- by 12-inch Real Duck and the 2-1/14- by 9-inch Baby Duck.


CONTACT: Real Duck, (888) 252-3388; www.realduck.com


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