Bow hunting ground blind

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  1. Jacob Neubauer

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    I am currently looking for a bow hunting blind. The kind of ground blind that has the long rectangle windows that we want as bow hunters. I am a fan of the slit windows but they are in only in corners of the blind, which is fine if the deer is standing off to your side a little.. So I Only want to spend no more than 180$.

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  2. illinibowhunter

    illinibowhunter Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Do you have a spot in mind that you could just build a natural ground blind?
     
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    not really, plus I want to have a blind so I can move it around If I have to.
     
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    primos club xl or xxl great blinds lots of room are able to stand up n shoot .. got my xl new in box free delivery 100.00 ..
     
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    Are you able to sit down and shoot out of all windows?
     
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    I've been using a ground max hunting blind on sale from bass pro about 8 years ago for about 90 bucks. nothing special about it, probably a Chinese knockoff of the hub style, 5 foot square blinds. have used it every year for turkey and a few times for deer. has worked great and no complaints. looks similar to the primos and the ameristep blinds. I'd probably go the same route again, get a hub style on sale for about 90-100 bucks. you mention shooting out of all the windows. I set it up with a max of two windows open and the rest shut so it stays dark and keeps me hidden. I will have other windows unzipped but held closed with the elastic loop and button so they can be opened pretty quietly in case the animal presents a shot from an unplanned direction. good luck with whatever you go with.
     

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