good blind?

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  1. Ricpac

    Ricpac Weekend Warrior

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    whats a good comfy blind for 2 people with gear could sit in? i saw the primos double bull but i think 300 is alittle steep for a blind. what is everybody using?
     
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    Rhino XP 1.$ 199 off their web site.
     
  3. POWERHAWK_11

    POWERHAWK_11 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Got n Ameristep Backstrap for $110 at dunhams. Vry room with lots of windows that are easy to open and close. It is also a hub blind so it sets up in seconds.
     
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    Yea some of these blinds are pretty pricey
     
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    No blind what really works is a homemade brush blind cause its just one more natural thing.
     
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    SharpEyeSam Legendary Woodsman

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    I am in the market for a Groundblind and I have decided on the Rhino.
     
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    Hoyt_Archer Weekend Warrior

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    4th year with my Primos Matrix
     
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    Just Passin thru Grizzled Veteran

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    My dad and I bought the Ameristep Bone Collector for turkey season and we really liked it. It fit two people EASILY and the vertical windows are awesome for archery hunting. I think it runs around $175 so its not too bad.
     
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    trvsmarine Weekend Warrior

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    I have a primos double bull darkhorse blind that was like 400. I love it but if I was buying a second blind I would go buy the Ameristep Bone Collector Brotherhood Blind. Saw them at fleet a couple weeks ago on sale for like 120

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    SharpEyeSam Legendary Woodsman

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    ^what he said^ This is the one I am buying.
     
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    Covert Hunting 64180.
     
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    Been looking for a good blind as well from what people here have said and also from some research, for the money I have it narrowed down to the Rhino XP and Berronette Big Mike.
     
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    BigPhil_H Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Give the Sportsman's Guide 5-hub blind a look. I got it for $60 and is easily big enough to fit 2 people with bows and camera equipment.
     
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    rknierim Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I got one for $70 last year and it was great. Planning to get another one before this coming season

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    I ordered the Ameristep Brickhouse blind. From everything I read on line it seems like a decent blind. Will be arriving tomorrow so will get it setup right away to make sure I am happy with it!
     
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    I bought the Predator blind from Cabelas about 4 years ago and like it a lot
     
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    Double bull for me
     
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    Double bull is worth the price. No noisy zippers and if you want to film your hunt there aren't any big flaps of fabric to interfere with your footage. I'd never buy anything else.


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    bowhunter42 BHOD Crew

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    Double bull by far but a good cheap blind is a barronet big mike. My couch will fit in it and you can shoot standing up in less your 7 ft tall.

    Tyler Rector BHOD prostaff
     

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