The Original Cutdown is a modern version of the old school, traditional Arkansas style keyhole cutdown. This single reed call boasts a modified tone board cut down by Spencer Halford, the 2014 Cutdown Classic Champion. Aptly nicknamed the "Black Stick of Death" (BSOD) by Spencer, the Original Cutdown cranks out tons of volume and rasp, and just enough back pressure for that distinctive sound that duck hunters are looking for. Made of an extremely durable and temperature-resistant polycarbonate, the Original Cutdown delivers a distinctive bark in its calls, making it a perfect addition to your lanyard.
The 45 Cutdown is the Rolling Thunder Game Calls version of a Louisiana-style, single reed cutdown call. Designed with a 45˚ blunt end on the tone board, the 45 Cutdown delivers a little more rasp and bark than the Original Cutdown. Made of an extremely durable and temperature-resistant polycarbonate, the 45 Cutdown delivers a distinctive bark in its calls that make it a favorite for many hunters.
An acrylic cutdown style call for demanding duck callers, Brute Cutdown combines traditional cutdown sound with today's best features. Starting with the tone board from the Original Cutdown, this call features beefier construction under the cork tab for more back pressure and better call control. A tweak to the bore system makes the Brute more user friendly, and a new heavy-duty O-ring holds the insert securely. The Brute offers plenty of calling versatility, delivering high-pitch barks as well as subtle quacks to finish highly pressured ducks. One of our most popular calls, the Brute Cutdown will quickly become a favorite on your lanyard.
The Beast is the loudest, raunchiest single reed J-frame style call you will find. It offers tons of rattle and rasp. The Beast is like driving nails with a sledge hammer, and has more horsepower and dominance than you could ever need to get the job done. If you want to get noticed on the contest circuit, the Beast is your answer. The volume and dominance that this call will bring to your routine is unmatched. It has several prestigious title to its name, including Byron Womack's 2015 Junior World Live Championship.
You don't put any meat on the table calling on a stage, so why head to the blind with a call designed for competition calling? Designed to produce the distinct sounds hunters hear while duck hunting, the Swamp Fox helps duck hunters put meat in the freezer, period. A traditional Arkansas-style, single reed timber call, the Swamp Fox delivers medium volume calls with plenty of back pressure for easy hiccups and Cajun squeals. A great call for working timber, this duck call delivers great hail calls with lots of nasty rasp and a lot of hold on the bottom end.