'Duck Dynasty' Cast Sets Guinness Duck Call Record

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The Robertson family is used to breaking records, but their latest one is going down in the books.

In Florida this week, the stars of "Duck Dynasty" led a crowd of 3,028 in making simultaneous duck calls -- a feat recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records.

Record guidelines required the crowd to duck-call for one minute, but the quack-fest lasted for two.

"That was amazing!" Maj. Tom Louden of the local Salvation Army said. "I don't know about you, but I can still hear ducks!"

The record was set Sunday at a fundraiser for the Salvation Army, named "The Call: Faith, Family and Facial Hair."

Willie and Korie, Jase, Missy and their three children were there, along with their famous Uncle Si.

Before the mass duck call, the event featured group prayer and performances from bands like The Farm, Switchfoot, and transMission.

The funds raised from Sunday's event will be used to combat hunger and homelessness in southwest Florida.

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