Brass nickel plated horn with oval bell piece. 5.9 inches long with A type (soft note) reed, rust-free, pocket size. Also available with B type (raucous note) reed.
To produce the attention-grabbing signal of the acme small oval bell horn, press your lips to the horn as if you're playing a reed instrument. Wet and pucker your lips before placing your upper lip to the mouthpiece. Breath in deeply and exhale smoothly into the horn.
The small, brass nickel plated horn comes with a silvery finish. It is about 6 inches long and fitted with a hand-tuned reed to carry sounds over long distances.
This small, metal-plated oval bell horn can mimic bird and game calls. Additional uses are:
SOME ACME HISTORY
Joseph Hudson's son, Clifford Hudson, was a keen ornithologist and it was his knowledge of whistle making and a finely tuned ear that lead to the development of Acme's first brass reeded duck call in 1888. Since then the range has expanded, with additions being made in 1990 to the range of predator calls. Pigeon, dove, nightingale, curlew, quail, duck, teal and widgeon are but a few of the species that are mimicked by the still hand made, hand assembled, and hand-tuned calls by Acme.