It ultimately comes down to personal preference and what works best for the hunter. Some hunters prefer a shorter barrel for easier maneuverability in the marsh, while others opt for a longer barrel for more accuracy at longer ranges.
Ultimately, it is up to the hunter to decide what barrel length works best for them.
These collapsible barrels are made from durable poly-nylon material, making them extremely lightweight and portable. The “Quick Grip” tabs secure the barrels for compact storage, but when released the barrels spring up to full-size.
Includes stakes for securing each barrel to the ground and convenient elastic top covers. Great when for training and practice to prevent hard hits or knock downs! Includes 3 barrels and a handy carrying case.
Flacid, but gets the job done. Overpriced in my opinion. Bag is cheap and will rip easily, so buy a backup. These also lose their “tops” very easily. But, they are easy to cart around and get the main job done.
Would be better if they stood up better, and were more durable.
Taking the WOW Watersports Ducky to the next level! This massive MEGA DUCKY is ready to take the whole gang for a ride. The MEGA DUCKY makes the ultimate statement on the water and features front and back tow points so riders get 2 ride options in 1 tube.
This giant lake cruiser is a classic couch style towable with a HUGE deck area that will hold up to 5 PEOPLE. The side wings are designed to help contain the riders on the deck. Each seat is equipped with foam pads and handles for a SECURE ride.
and after your ride is over the Mega Ducky makes a perfect floating island on the water. Anchor it down or tie it to the dock for a fun floating playground or comfy relaxation spot on the water.
The duck is awesome! Never had we had so much fun on the water!! We just bought our jet ski and that is what we use to move it around on the water! JUST FYI! Know you exact water laws in your state! We were unaware of them here because since I just mentioned we just got out ski! And we can not ride more then 3 people in total, 1 on the ski and 2 on the duck because of safety reasons.
And we got a fine for it. But that on us! Other then that the duck came even better then we expected it. Great quality!.
A beautiful deep orange acrylic barrel combines with the polycarbonate end piece, which makes the backbone of this call series. The new acrylic call is a great combination for competitive loud hails and soft pitch finishes.
By combining the different materials, Duck Commander was able to make a call that looks great, sounds better and earns a spot easily on any hunter’s lanyard without emptying their pocket. As the Duckmen hand-tune each call to perfection, they take one final step – signing their name on the insert card to insure the integrity of the call.
My son purchased this with some of the money he got for Christmas. He absolutely loves it and is learning to make the correct calls. We had some avid duck hunters visit us a few weekends ago and they were very impressed with this duck call and gave my son some pointers.
Wish it would come with a link that would direct a beginner on how to correctly use it :).
Snotty, whiney, but not obnoxiously loud. Marred as the Originals little stepbrother, the Short Barrel has become the nastiest, gnarliest, plain out “bad to the bone” call ever packed in a 4. 25″ duck calling machine.
It’s intricately designed toneboard along with its shorter barrel makes for an easier blowing call as well as allowing the caller to come down softer on the call without sacrificing a meaty ducky sound on top.
The bore was designed to produce a nasally ducky sound with just the right amount of back pressure to make this an unbelievably awesome, medium volume call. Single reed.
This call is great, its got a whole ton of volume and brings those quackers down, very good on windy days or when they are flying high. I have had no problems blowing this, no lock up, nothing. Its a awesome all around!.
Just recieved my RNT Original yesterday. Decided on the RNT Original after many hours of on-line research. I was not able to go try blowing and comparing duck calls as the nearest place to do that is about 90 miles away.
This is the first high end duck call I have purchased in my many years of hunting. Turned out to be a great decission. This call is easy to blow, can get very loud hail calls and very low soft whiny quacks & feed calls.
Double reed for super easy and versatile calling. Larger port hole for easier manipulation of close range calls. Laser engraved brushed aluminum band. Soft touch body for realistic tones. Barrel and bell in Realtree AP Black camo for total concealment.
The flex tone was just not for me. Sound is not the sound I was looking for and the reed was missing when I purchased this product I will say I did not go forth the trouble to let them accommodate my order mainly because I will not use this call.
In the field extremely heavy for a duck call but super durable made of pvc I plan on using it more for dog training just to throw in my pack. But was not the intention when purchasing from the start.
The call looks extremely nice but does not carry sound as I wished.
I bought this just to keep as a backup. I’ve been using this same call for 2 or 3 seasons now. I have multiple calls on my lanyards that I paid $100+ for. None of them (so far) put ducks in the decoys any better than the Supernatural double reed.
Buck Gardners DN3 Double Cross Duck Reed Call – The Double Cross is a workhorse in the field and one of the best-selling duck calls in Buck Garners’ lineup. Spit-Tech toneboard technology prevents the reeds from sticking, even when wet from saliva, condensation, or an accidental dip in the water.
The Double Cross has a short barrel for enhanced control and easy operation. This all-purpose double reed can truly do it all.
This is one of my favorite calls. It is always on my lanyard. It is a super finisher call. It can blow loud, if you want to go there, but it really shines as a finisher call. It has a great raspy whine to it.
It does the contented hen, lonesome hen, bouncing hen, hunting feed chatter, comeback call and hail call with ease just to name a few. I am an intermediate level caller but this call would be great to start out with and it will grow with you as your skills develop.
Buck Gardner makes some great calls for the common hunter. This has almost the same sound as the Double Nasty 3 SBT but seems to be a little more versatile. All three of my Double Nasty calls (SBT Polycarbonate, SBT Acrylic and the standard barrel Double Nasty) hang next to each other on my lanyard.
I bought this a little while ago and it changed my ability to call better. I had a single reed before and I couldn’t quite get the right sound so I went to the double nasty double reed and it’s way easier to call the ducks in.
This is my first duck call I am very happy I chose this one. This call is very easy to use and after a couple of training videos on YouTube I am able to mimic the sounds pretty closely. The call is also very loud.
Im really happy I chose this one as my first call it is a great learning call and I couldn’t beat the price!.
No one knows your local wildlife better than you, so pre-built game feeders might not be want they need. Make building a DYI deer feeder easier with help from the Boss Buck Barrel Band System. This feeder stand fits around any 55-gallon plastic or metal drum and holds it securely off the ground.
Building your own deer feeder is easy with this accessory. The barrel band easily installs around the bottom of your barrel in minutes. There’s no need for drilling. This deer feeder band system uses welded tabs to support and position the barrel inside the stand.
This lets you mount the barrel to the feeder legs without damaging the barrel and prevents moisture problems other DYI wildlife feeders experience. This deer feeder stand comes with 20-inch legs, but you can customize its height by adding your own pipe (sold separately).
The square tubing legs accept pipe with 1. 25-inch and larger inner diameters. Use your favorite feed with this heavy-duty feeder accessory. The heavy-duty construction holds up to 600 pounds, making the Boss Buck Barrel Band System the ideal DYI deer feeder part.
Crafted by Phil Robertson, this Classic Commander Duck Call is a favorite of waterfowlers, with its authentic sound and easy-blowing double-reed design. Wood chamber with cedar insert. Called “easy blowin’” and “just about perfect” by waterfowlers.
Produces the raspy call of the mallard hen. Tested by a voice analyzer for realistic, effective sound. Made in the USA.
The Duckmen got it right with this call. Out of the box it sounds great and is one of the most realistic calls I own. Very easy to blow, and I’d recommend for beginners or experienced callers alike. There are a few areas to grow, (hence the 4 stars): Barrel could use more sanding at mouth piece before finishing.
It still had splintering and was abrasive. Reeds seem to stick easily with moisture, which can be remedied by applying some Armor All. The barrel and insert are difficult to separate in the field for cleaning.
None of these would stop me from purchasing again though. I’d recommend this over any of the DC calls I’ve tried.
I purchased my first Origional Commander three years ago and had it on the opener in Utah. We had set up for geese and after the flocks had came in we were standing outside of our blinds in full sight with our guns still in the blinds.
My brother looked at my lanyard and asked if the shiny wood call was new, I told him on a whim I had bought it and thought it was one of the best sounding calls I had ever owned. A few minutes later a Gadwall came over our decoys high and one of the group said let’s see that call work that you have been bragging about.
I grabbed the call (while the group was laughing) and gave it a short burst, the Gaddy turned straight around and came right at us. Needless to say we almost let him get away. Since then it has happened many more times, my son is now also using it.
While out hunting people will ask about my calls. With all the hype about “Custom Calls” which I still have some of them hanging on my lanyard, I always show them what others refer to as a beginner call.
For me I have been duck hunting since I was 12 and am now 50 plus and I take it very serious. I have gotten past the shiny and price of other calls, this is a great call. I wish he also made goose calls, you cannot beat a mfg.
that uses what they build. Since then if it looks like the ducks wont turn I hear “Blow that good call again”.
The quality of these calls has dropped substantially. I have some of his “Reacher” calls from the early 90’s and the differences are plain as day. I’m not sure if all of the Duck Commander calls are being made in the same fashion as this Classic Commander I recently purchased.
If so, the quality aspect has certainly fallen to the wayside and they are just pushing out novelty items, not duck calls. My Classic Commander doesn’t even come close to sounding like a duck but would make a great Blue Heron call, if only they were legal to hunt.
The Duck Commanders have been working to develop the most realistic sounding call ever, and the result is the new triple reed series of calls. These calls perfectly imitate the quack, feed call, and hail for a real mallard hen because of the different combination of materials stacked together.
The result is a deadly duck sound with a little extra kick. The Duck commander team has been testing this new series of calls over the last couple of seasons and the results have been simply deadly.
I’m no serious duck hunter but I need to call ducks to train my Jagdterrier pup. I raise gamebirds as well as mallards for dog training. This call is really easy to call and sounds just like my mallards when they start quacking.
The pitch is perfect; at least to my ears. My higher priced one sounds a little too high compared to this one. Others say this will freeze in cold weather so I guess I’ll find out. Also some don’t like the fact that this call does not have a groove to attach to a lanyard.
I just put 2 round water hose gasket around it and it works fine. Might buy another for back-up if it freezes.
I’m not sure why this call rates so high. Once it gets any moisture on the reeds it stops working. I live in Arizona so it’s not freezing up. The reeds just stick together. There are numerous reviews saying the same thing so it’s not just the one I had, which I have returned.
I have used this call for two seasons now. It is a great sounding call when it works properly. The problem I’ve been having with it is that when using it to the Duck Commander guidelines, using the “ten, ten, ten” calling method, the call gets very wet inside and it does stick.
This causes it to not produce proper sounds and it’s even squeaked a couple times. It’s not difficult to pull the call apart and wipe off the reeds and put back together, but its an inconvenience to do in the blind, especially if you have birds coming in.
I have a buddy who uses this call as well and the same thing happens to him. If you can figure out a way to prevent this from happening then this is a great sounding call and well worth the money.
This is the most forgiving single reed call RNT’s has ever made. It is between a medium volume call and a loud call. The barrel length is between a short barrel and original, giving it plenty of back pressure for whiney cadences and soft clucks while letting you push it on top.
Bought this call for duck hunting because it is similar to the louder competition call the MVP. I won several contests using the RNT MVP. The Original is a great all around call. I can hit high and low notes.
Sound quality is almost unmatched. I recommend RNT calls to everyone. Took this call to Washington for a waterfowl hunting trip and called in groups of mallards of up to 150 at a time. Had an unbelievable succesful trip.
The Zink Calls Poly NBG Duck Call features a polycarbonate mouthpiece and barrel. Designed specifically for greenhead hunters, Zink’s Nothing But Green (NBG) single reed offers superior versatility and sound recreation.
The NBG allows experienced callers to sound like multiple hen mallards, effectively creating a cone of sound irresistible to even the wariest drake. This innovative new call features Zink’s Z-Cut no-stick tone channel, a revolutionary design that permits a huge range of tones, while virtually eliminating the irritating reed-lock common with lesser calls.
I got this call because of the good reviews. I couldn’t make good sounds with it and I now see that on my last hunt the guts fell out. I understand Zink won’t ship to canada so I have an expensive acrylic tube.
Looking into different brands. This is my 3rd zink goose call and I haven’t been happy. If Zink cares to read this I’d love to chat.
Ive always used cheaper calls with the thought that it’s not the call it’s the caller that makes the difference. Boy my old school thoughts went out the door the minute I tried this call. Even for a beginner this call is almost foolproof.
The sound and ease of use blew (lol) me away. Cheap calls. I’ve always found myself blowing my lungs out and never achieving the satisfaction of a good sound. This call let’s you blow easy and work the birds.
Would highly recommend for any new hunter because of the ease of which this call works. Not to forget about how affordable it is.
Sometimes the thrill of the hunt is adapting to your ever-changing environment. Meet the Bear Archery Cruzer G2 the perfect bow to handle whatever adventure comes your way. The maximum-versatility of this bow is engineered for all ages and skill levels.
The bow is adjustable from 12 to 30 in draw length range and 2. 3-32kg. peak draw weight. All adjustments can be made using an Allen wrench and there is no need for a bow press. The bow comes ready to hunt equipped with six Trophy Ridge accessories a four-pin sight, a Whisker Biscuit, a 5-arrow quiver, a stabiliser and sling, a peep sight, and a nock loop.
The Cruzer G2 weighs only 2. 3-32kg. and fires arrows at 100m per second. With a super smooth draw cycle, the Cruzer G2 offers a 70% let off. The advanced grip design eliminates hand torque for enhanced accuracy.
The EnduraFiber Limbs offer lethal controlled power and the RockStops offset string suppressor eliminate noise and vibration. The Cruzer G2 is the total package with incredible adjustability for the whole family.
I purchased this bow only two months ago and have had 2 issues occur that should not have happened this early in the life of this product. After the first month the string began to fray aggressively to the point where I had to replace it for safety’s sake.
No more than 50 arrows in to the new string the cam draw length modules gave out (in the middle of hunting season for me nonetheless). All tune ups and installations to the bow were conducted by a highly reputable archery shop with decades worth of experience.
I understand that this bow is geared more towards the entry level or budget friendly consumer, however I don’t thinks it is unreasonable to expect the parts of this bow to hold up for at least more than a season.
The only satisfactory part of the experience thus far was the customer service readily replacing my broken parts. And to be fair the bow shot like a laser for a limited time when it was tuned up and working properly.
If I had a time machine I would have just saved my money and bought a bow with higher quality materials. The money I’ve spent replacing, installing, and tuning this thing would have already bought me a better bow from the start.
To start, I’m an experienced bow hunter for over 45 years. I’ve bow hunted whitetail and elk for years. I started with a longbow, then recurve before moving on to compounds. Three years ago I had two complete shoulder replacements and a left rotator cuff surgery.
Not much left of the left rotator, so I was seeking a light bow with adjustable draw length and adjustable draw weights, the 70 lb. Hoyt no longer an option. I wasn’t ready to give up and go to the crossbow, and I wasn’t ready to stop bow hunting.
The last two years I used a Browning Micro Midas youth bow I had purchased for our son several years ago just to get by. I hadn’t been able to find a good option at my local pro shop, but found the Cruzer G2 at Cabela’s.
I tried it and a couple of other options they had. The Cruzer was by far the smoothest and easiest on my wasted shoulders. I’m still getting comfortable and fine tuning, but it was very well setup from the start and truly not a lot of adjusting.
If you’re in a similar shoulder situation and not ready to give up being a bow hunter, I would suggest you give this option a shot.
The Caldwell Lead Sled Dual Frame Technology 2 provides shooters with the industry’s best recoil reduction system and the versatility to fit virtually any shotgun or rifle, all built around a precision shooting platform.
A key feature of the DFT 2 is the ability to slide the front cradle back and forth along the Dual Frame for optimal length adjustment. The dual frame design disperses a maximum amount of recoil energy.
18″ of adjustment to fit rifles and shotguns of virtually any size. Skeletonized front rest has non-marring material. Non-marring rear cradle with Shock Eliminator Technology rear pad. Easy windage and elevation adjustment.
Baffled tray keeps lead shot bags in place and holds up to 100 pounds of lead shot, sand or other material. Rubber tipped feet offer no-skid support on any surface. Works with AR-platform rifles and other extended magazines.
Weighs approximately 24 pounds unweighted. 30″ long by 12″ wide.
I bought the Lead Sled DFT a while ago from Cabela’s. I have taken it to the range multiple times with multiple calibers. I have two 25# lead shot bags that I use with it. Reducing recoil, it does. Eliminate it? No.
The bigger the caliber the greater the felt recoil. Movement. Even with lighter calibers the recoil will bounce the sled all over the bench. (yes, even with 50# of lead) Having to realign the sled after every shot is a disappointment.
Ergonomics. With a standard range bench configuration I have a dickens of a time trying to get a good cheek-weld with the rifle. (make / model makes no diff). I am 5′ 8″ and I have to crouch/squat rather than sit to get decent alignment.
Awkward shooting is not a pleasure. Assembly. I took notes from the comments here and had no problem putting the device together. (Man card retained ;)) RTFM! Quality. I have no complaints. You get what you pay for, this sled is expensive but well built.
Function. The fore-end adjustment works well. With the rear fine adjustment I can put the ‘x’ right where I want it. Again, having to do this after every shot is disappointing. Rifle stability. I found no difference between holding the fore-end down with the rubber strap or not using the strap at all.
All my rifles shift out of vertical (after every shot). They lean side-to-side. One of my rifles tends to jump forward but given that I’m realigning everything after each shot it really doesn’t matter.
Notes. A chap I met at the range the last time I was there had the same sled. He was shooting. 270 Magnum and used no lead whatsoever as he found the same issues that I did. His solution: cargo straps.
Those cheap adjustable straps for holding things down in the back of your trailer or pickup work like a charm. One wrapped around the sled & bench cross-wise, and one lengthwise hold the sled in place like it was anchored.
Simple but effective – and a heck of a lot cheaper than lead bags. I’ll try this next time I go to the range. Having said all that I can get super tight groups at 100yds off the sled. See the pix.
On page two, the Cam Lever Assembly does not match the parts I received. On page 5, the Skeletonized Front Cradle Assembly: Did the engineer who designed this every installed the M5 screws? I gave up after 30 min of frustration and loosened the Ram Lock.
Then I removed the Front Cradle and Elevation System. Turned it upside down which gave me plenty of access to install the M5 screws. The Front Rest is not wide enough to accommodate my rifle. I would recommend an adjustable rest.
There is no strap to secure the rifle butt. The front rest strap is too short to secure my rifle. Other than these minor (to some) issues, the construction is top notch.
Enhance your ability to lure in prey while hunting with this Echo Bois D’ Arc Timber Duck Calls accessory. It is designed to create a wide variety of realistic and accurate sounds to attract ducks in the wild.
This double reed duck calls device is constructed with a polished brass band suitable for use by any avid hunter.
I got this call before the start of the duck opener and boy am I glad I did! Amazing call with amazing sound and looks absolutely beautiful. Has great low to medium volume to work ducks in the timber or to finish them off.
A perfect call to add to your lanyard. Just a overall great call and great customer service from Echo.
This call is one of the prettiest calls I’ve ever owned. Not only does it look good, it sounds great. Bocote is not always my first choice but I don’t regret buying it at all. This thing is deep and raspy.
One of (if not) the best timber call I’ve ever used. A few minor reed adjustments (optional) and this thing instantly goes from good to great. It was a bit too deep of a tone for my taste. It’s smaller than other calls but not too small.
Fits perfectly in your hands. Super mellow. This thing brings in the birds.
I bought it a few months ago for this upcoming season it sounds awesome to be honest and it looks amazing! The only thing I would say I did not like was the ring. it was just slightly loose other than that I cant wait to call some ducks in with this awesome call.
For their 40th Anniversary, the RNT 40th Anniversary Short Barrel Duck Call has been updated. Still Short in stature, this call is outfitted with a smaller lip on the barrel, a brass band, and a 40th Anniversary sticker, reminiscent of the call decals of old.
The appearance is not the only thing that has changed with this flagship call model. Make no doubt about it, the newly updated version lives up to its original moniker. With its new toneboard design and opened up bore it is “the nastiest, gnarliest, plain out bad to the bone call, ever packed in a 4¼ inch duck calling machine!” Single Reed.
Make the most of your hunt with the Lucky Duck 2×4 Waterfowl Blind. It’s lightweight, easy to assemble, and features a 900-denier fabric cover with PVC backing, plus pockets and straps for adding stubble.
10′ blind length comfortably holds up to 4 hunters, but can be converted to a smaller size for 2 hunters (that’s why they call it the 2×4). Inside the blind, you’ll find 4 metal gun rests and plenty of storage pockets for calls, flags, and other accessories.
Includes 10′ and 5′ blind covers and carrying strap. Walkthrough design means no bars to duck under 900-denier fabric cover with PVC backing Heavy-duty 7/8 inch square tubing frame Lightweight frame is easy to assemble and move 10′ length hunts up to 4 people comfortably Can be broken down to a 5′ length for 2 hunters Pockets and straps for brushing in your blind 8 interior pockets for storage 4 metal gun rests Includes 10′ and 5′ blind covers, and carrying strap Order today!.
My wife bought this blind for me last year. I liked this model because of the 2/4 person option. Used it several times in the 2 person mode. In the 2 person mode we have fit my wife, our 4 year old, the dog and myself comfortably.
The canvas material and aluminum tubing is very heavy duty and well built. I will be buying the flip top covers next so if you are thinking about it I would suggest it.
No way this is a four man blind! The way the back is tilted forward there is no way to sit comfortably. This unit is way to small. Two can barely fit with any gear and you have to sit sideways. Use real waterfowlers to help create products like this! Save your money.
Whether you’re a seeasoned veteran or a newcomer to the Canada goose-hunting scene, the Goozilla Call by RNT Calls is designed for you. The easy-to-use goose call features great back pressure and good volume so you can attract even those distant geese to your location.
Plus, the polycarbonate construction is durable for long-lasting use.
Bought this call many years ago, so perhaps they improved it between now and then, but found it in an old box and gave it a try. Then remembered why it’s sat in a box for years untouched. Pathetically difficult to blow, stuck reeds, gives RNT and Double Reed calls a bad name.
I’ve used a Buck Gardner Double Nasty for the last few years and it kicks butt. I tried to cut down this thing and that still didn’t help.
This call is very easy to blow and does not require a ton of air. It is a great beginner call because it can be mastered quickly and easily. It is also pretty loud and can cover a great range of sounds from clucks to moans.
I gave a 4 star rating because the mouth piece had a seam left on it from the molding process that was sharp and could potentially cut someone’s lip. A simple file took that right off and the call was good to go.
I have used it for 3 seasons and it has called in and finished many birds over both water and land. Although I may purchase other calls this one will remain on my lanyard.
Almost couldn’t get my foot in the boot. Runs true to street shoe size but extremely narrow. You will need to order 1-2 sizes larger than shoe size just to get them them on and off again. Now I need to return and reorder.
This is the most forgiving single reed call RNT’s has ever made. It is between a medium volume call and a loud call. The barrel length is between a short barrel and original, giving it plenty of back pressure for whiney cadences and soft clucks while letting you push it on top.
Mondo S Duck CallIntroducing the Mondo S, the S stands for Shorty weve shortened the regular Mondo barrel a strong three quarters of an inch offering the regular Mondo in a new short barreled version.
This speeds the air up getting to the reed and effectively reduces the backpressure even more, what you put in, is what you get out along with making it a touch higher pitched Clean on top and a higher pitched rattle in the middle just may be the key that unlocks a Mondo wad of Mallards high out of a silver blue winters sky.
I picked this call up at last week and blew it on the side walk outside of the store then immediately walked back in the entrance to return it. After learning you cannot return a duck call at cabelas I headed home to pack for my hunt in the morning.
After playing around with it that night and then teating it in the morning I absolutely love this call. It has an excellent tone and had flocks of mallards cupping in our face. This would not be my go to call for a timber hunt, however if you want a medium-loud call this is just for you.
It is definitely not the call for someone who is looking for there first duck call but if you’re an experienced caller looking for a bit more volume this will be perfect.
This is an amazing call, it is incredibly loud. If you are used to double reeds do not think you can simply take it out of the box and be great at it. This will take some time and skill and you probably won’t think it sounds good.
You may have to tune it a little bit, but this is a big sound that you need some lung power for. Don’t give up on it this is an incredible call when you learn how to use it.
If you can tame this bad boy, there is no reason ducks won’t at least make one more pass. Loudest call I’ve tried to run with plenty of tone and raspy nastiness you need to pull even the smartest mallards in close enough to pull the trigger.
It’s like the big purple worm in a fishing hole. There is nothing that’s sounds quite like the Mondo. Do your self a favor and train yourself to use it. Your 4 legged hunting partner will thank you.
It ultimately depends on personal preference and the type of shotgun being used. Some duck hunters prefer shorter barrels for maneuverability in tight spaces, while others opt for longer barrels for increased accuracy.
Ultimately, it is up to the individual hunter to experiment with different barrel lengths to see what works best for them.
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