Rhino Blinds

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  1. Scott/IL

    Scott/IL Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Does anyone have experience with them? There's an area I need a blind to hunt from, and I'm in the market.

    I hunted a few times from a Double Bull this year, and it is far and away the best blind I've sat in. My only deterrent is, I want a zipperless entry...which is how I stumbled onto the Rhinos. This area is extremely close to bedding, so stealth and a noiseless approach will be crucial.

    They're on sale right now so I about pulled the trigger, but upon further review it seems there had been some quality issues when the ownership changed a few years ago.

    Just looking for any current reviews on these products. Thanks!

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    My double bull deluxe doesn't have a zipper on entry.

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    Scott/IL Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I was not aware of that! It's $100 more than the Rhino, but I'll keep it in mind.

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    I got mine on sale in February this year for 199.99. They are close to 400 now.

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    Sorry I was wrong. I paid 255.34 at opticsplanet.com. free shipping.


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    Scott/IL Die Hard Bowhunter

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    At that price, I would probably go with the Double Bull as well.

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    The Double Bull Deluxe is zipperless, the Bullpen has a zipper. I have the Bullpen, but would have preferred the Deluxe. The Deluxe is quite a bit bigger and has a couple extra inches in height as well.

    I have no experience w. Rhino blinds.
     
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    I have a Rhino blind and love it. Good quality blind.
     
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    Scott/IL Die Hard Bowhunter

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    What year did you buy yours? The poor reviews I have read seemed to be when the company sold in the 2015 timeframe.

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    Ha i bought it in the spring of 2015 so it could have been before or after the sale. I’m thinking it was before. The only issue i had was a missing loop for a window hook. When i called cs they sent me a whole pack of loops and were great to deal with.
     
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