Duck Dynasty’s Uncle Si, Willie and Korie, Jase and Missy Robertson Set Duck Call Guinness World Record

( [email protected] ) May 20, 2014 05:02 PM EDT
Duck Dynasty at Salvation Army Event
Scenes from the Duck Dynasty's Faith, Family and Facial Hair event Sunday at Germain Arena in Estero. (Photo: Kinfay Moroti/

Several stars of "Duck Dynasty" successfully set the Guinness World Record for the most people blowing a duck call at once in Estero, Florida's Germain Arena on Sunday evening. The Robertson family was supporting a Salvation Army fundraiser called "The Call: Faith, Family & Facial Hair," and distributed Duck Commander duck calls to those in attendance in an attempt to set a world record.

USA Today reports that the Salvation Army fundraiser also included a duck call demonstration by Jase, prayer, live performances by Switchfoot and The Farm, and an opportunity for the Robertson family members to share more about their lives and their faith.

The family reportedly pretended to lose Uncle Si in the beginning of the event, but he eventually made his way onstage wading through the crowd with a live camera in-hand (and of course, his faithful plastic tea cup). Missy and Jase's daughter Mia also shared about her life with a cleft lip and sang a song for the audience.

Since there was no previous record for the most people blowing duck calls at once, the Guinness World Record representative on site at the fundraiser said that more than 250 people would need blow duck calls at once. Over 4,000 Duck Commander calls were distributed to the audience, and the representative recorded 3,028 of them blown at once. After two minutes of quacking, the crowd cheered in celebration of their success.

This is not the first time that the Robertson men have attempted to set a world record; a Season One episode of "Duck Dynasty" was dedicated to attempting to break the record for the world's largest duck call for Duck Commander's 40th anniversary party. Perhaps the thrill of making duck call history propelled the Robertsons to attempt to break yet another Guinness World Record.