ground blind chair

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  1. SCBOWHUNTER

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    looking for a good chair for the blind this season any suggestions would be appreciated!!!
     
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    Western MA Hunter Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I prefer the tripod types of chairs for bowhunting out of a blind. I feel it gives me better movement quieter. Double Bull used to make a very nice one.
     
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    SharpEyeSam Legendary Woodsman

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    Millenium G100 Groundblind chair. Amazing how comfortable they are and WORTH EVERY PENNY! Packs really small and on weighs 7.5lbs.

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    Products :: Ground :: Blind Chair
     
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    thanks yall
     
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    jfergus7 Legendary Woodsman

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    JasonOhio2018 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    That's a lot of pennies for a chair! Wowzers! $200.
    As long as it last several years I guess it's worth it. Nothing worse than your back killing you an hour into the hunt.
     
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    That is one thing I have never understood and I have seen it tons of times. Why are so many people so willing to drop $400 or much more for a treestand setup like lone wolf or similar but then become so cheap when it comes to a ground blind setup?
     
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    I have wondered the same thing bro. I have had mine for over 3 years now and it still works flawlessly. Most of the equipment we buy as hunters lasts. Bows, treestands and other gear. The Millenium chair is very comfortable and a breeze to carry with you. As is the Blackout chair as well I am sure. You get what you pay for in most cases. Spend the money on a good one and forget about it.
     
  10. SCBOWHUNTER

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    thanks for the info
     
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    airenlow Die Hard Bowhunter

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    No kidding! I used one for 19 years and just moved up to a paint bucket last season.
     
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    Me and my buddy have shot 3 deer in the last 2 seasons sitting on an ol 5gal bucket lol you don't have to break the bank to get deer. And personally I can't sit on a comfy chair like some of the ones guys are posting about because I'll be falling asleep
     
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    LOL!!
     
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    can be a pain to haul in but have used a 7 dollar dull brown plastic lawn chair for several years, primarily for turkey hunting, that has a high comfort level in a ground blind or makeshift brush blind. just no swiveling to it.
     
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    might try that one from amazon doesnt look to bad
     
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    I bought the primos chairs this yr and they are pretty comfortable and easy to transport. But being honest this is my first ground blind so I really have nothing to compare it to
     

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