Need help choosing a ground blind

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  1. Mtnbktrek

    Mtnbktrek Newb

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    Was going to try a ground blind instead of tree stand but overwhelmed with choices.

    I want ant to be able to get replacement parts like the shoot thru screens

    also need head room for the bow I'm almost 6'

    any rec's?
     
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    Ccatt93 Newb

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    I like Baronet blinds that's what I have used

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    Easy to get replacement screens?
     
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    Birdswacker Weekend Warrior

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    I bought an Easton blind for turkey hunting and it works really good. Tried bow hunting a couple times out of it and deer are real scared of it.
    I've been looking at the Redneck bale blinds. Just can't drop the hammer yet
     
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    Yeah depending on the model they're either velcro screens or bungy tie down type things you just order replacements from their website

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    Tmpky Weekend Warrior

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    I have used the big mike Baronet blind and for room up top it was great. I am 6 foot and could stand to shoot if i wished. Although it showed signs of fading after about a year. I just picked up a Primos double bull deluxe. You would need to be able to shoot from the sitting position but the view is great. I did have one of the rods break and their customer service was wonderful help. Sent me out 2 new rods on their dime!
     
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    elkguide Grizzled Veteran

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    Look at Luckys hunting blinds. I've got several and have had two for over ten years and they are still great.
     

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