Rapid Flyer Dove

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The Rapid Flyer Dove is a motorized flapping wing dove decoy (also known as the Dove N Air). This decoy has an intermittent timer in the flapping wings which makes them start and stop for added realism. Built in clip for attaching to fences or trees. Includes a fabric carry case and steel ground stake that can be adjusted from 7" to 12". Removable wings for storage and transporting to the field. Requires 3 AAA batteries (not included).

  • Intermittent timer in the wings
  • Removable wings for easy transport
  • Built in clip for attaching to fences or trees
  • Runs on 3 AAA batteries (not included)
  • Includes:
    • Carrying bag
    • Ground stake adjustable from 7" - 12"

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  • 5
    Rapid Flyer Dove

    Posted by John on Oct 4th 2020

    They definitely turn birds towards the spread

  • 5
    This is a awesome product and really brought the doves in close to shoot

    Posted by Adam brown on Sep 9th 2020

    This is a awesome product and really brought the doves in close to shoot

  • 4
    Pros And Cons

    Posted by JJ Herrera on Oct 8th 2018

    I don't use decoys until later in the season when dove become a bit more wary and these do bring the mourning dove and white wing dove in closer; you can tell the difference hunting with no decoys and hunting with these decoys in the late season. I left them out in the field overnight and it rained a little over 2". The decoys had stopped flapping. I turned them off, shook the mud and rain off them replaced batteries in one of the two decoys and turned them both back on and they continued to work. The wings have a small plastic piece that inserts into the decoy that is a good fit. The frame of the wing is a thin diameter wire that is pretty good, BUT the fabric the wing is made of is weak and wears quickly and the fabric fell off one of the wire framed wings during transport from field to home. The cost for replacement wings is $9.99 and that is too much for replacement parts that are weak. The fabric should be stronger or the wing should be made entirely of a durable plastic instead. Lucky Duck will not sell as many replacement wings if they do this, but they would still sell some.