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    Hi, thinking of buying a pair of these but stockists showing out of stock. Does this imply they are superb and everyone buying them?. Has anyone used them and what are your views or can anyone recommend an alternative flying decoy?

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    I use cheap fishing poles with no rings.. about £7 from a fishing shop. Lightweight foam winged birds on about 3ft of 15lb nylon line. They float about in the wind very well.

    The bodies are standard plastic but with some of the lower body cut away. I fit the ground end of the poles with a short length of metal pipe flattened with a tread to push them in.

    Work best in a medium to light wind, too strong and they bounce around all over nothing like a settling bird. Have tethered them in high wind and they work ok then. Also good on crows.

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    if you can not get a Chris green pole get one of them cheap floaters with the two piece rods and glue them together but make sure you put a one inch piece of wood inside the ground spike.thats what Chris puts in his he told me at a game fair I seen him at I've never used the enforcer one as I've got 4 Chris green floater pigeons

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    Sorry to resurrect an aging thread,  we are considering buying a pair and wondered if there were any more comments from those that are using them.

     

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    Just looking at a pair now, the poles are indeed the worrying part. Having been told by another member that he ended up doubling up the poles to make his work.

     

    I am sceptical, but will try them at the weekend so we will see how they perform.

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    Never had a problem with the poles we used when mag357 and myself were making them, 

    no complaints either..

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    4 minutes ago, hawkeye said:

    Never had a problem with the poles we used when mag357 and myself were making them, 

    no complaints either..

    Were your poles a bit beefier?

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    Thank you, like tent poles, they would certainly be stronger than those that came with the Enforcers.

    Next problem will be to stop them turning upside down.

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    With using one piece rods we did not have a problem with them turning ours were just like Chris Green's except we used flocked decoys so they didn't shine in the sun..

    the only trouble was with the length of the rods postage was very expensive..

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    I have had the whole range of enforcer decoys ( now sold) initially I thought that they were good,but after using a few times when sunny the reflect the sun ,far to expensive for what they are.

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    repainted the ten pack they don't shine now , otherwise they work for me, well used since they came out , like everything you just have to fine tune things , but at this price you shouldn't have to touch them.

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