Blinds!?

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  1. TabbyKatt12

    TabbyKatt12 Newb

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    Can anyone help me and my husband to figure out what kind of blinds we should get that is durable but is also simi cheap any opinions?

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    I have used Primos blinds in the past. Very expensive. Found Barronett Blinds before last season. Bought 2. Half the price, better quality. Can stand up and shoot bow (80 and 84 inch height options). Like to shoot standing. Easy set up / take down. Recommend and will be buying at least 1 more before season starts. I left 2 out for time frame beyond actual season, very durable....great product!


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  3. elkguide

    elkguide Grizzled Veteran

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    Luckys hunting blinds are my choice. Roomy and durable. Fairly expensive but I've had one for over 10 years and if you look at it from that perspective, they aren't that expensive.
     
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    Jeepwillys Die Hard Bowhunter

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    You could also build your own.
     
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    18andrew Weekend Warrior

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    Check into Ameristep blinds. I have two of them and they are of the five hub design, they go up very easily, they are extremely durable, and very roomy. I have one Double Bull blind that I paid over $300 for and I honestly think that the Ameristep blinds are every bit as good and I only have about $100 in each of them.
     
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    joshcalhoun18 Weekend Warrior

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    I second the luckys hunting blinds they are some what expensive but you will have it 10+ years.
     

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