Up to five poses are available, although some species only come in the standard pose at this point. The standard pose is a classic and conveys a highly recognizable fashion. The resting pose is how a content duck will hold its head. The dabbler and drinker poses also convey security along with feeding action. The ultimate attitude to convey to your query is the security of a sleeper pose to enhance any rig.
All species of our heads include an option scaled for the Magnum (Herters 72). In the Mallard and Bluebill series we have added a Mid-sized and Lifesize (Herters 63) option. When in doubt, we suggest you buy one head and try it on your body to see if you like the proportions.
Prices are offered for individual heads, assortments of 4 and dozens per pose. Available both painted and un-painted for all species. Perfect for those craftsman who wish to give each head their own personal touch. We invite you to browse through this section and to please contact us if you have any questions about our products.
Installing these heads is a relatively simple task. We have some easy-to-follow instructions for you to help make the job an enjoyable experience.
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