Anyone used or have a zinger blind?

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  1. shirtguy

    shirtguy Elite Refuge Member

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    STUBBLE BUM Senior Refuge Member

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    I've used them for years - love them. I like how they fold up - easy to store/transport
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    STUBBLE BUM Senior Refuge Member

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    I used them a lot when my son started hunting and I've used them in everything from pea fields to corn fields. I have four of them that I clamp together into a big box blind IMG_0970e.jpg IMG_0211e.jpg IMG_0232e.jpg IMG_0787d.jpg
     
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    Looks to be very similar to the Tanglefree Blind or should I say Tanglefrees is VERY similar to this and the Zinger is $120.00 cheaper. Stubble Bum would you care to elaborate on how you clamp them together and other uses. I was going to buy some Tanglefree panels but they have been out but are supposed to get some more in this week but I will be calling Zinger in the morning.
     
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    brentbullets Elite Refuge Member

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    Thanks, I am thinking 7 panels also.
     
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    shirtguy Elite Refuge Member

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    Tried a tanglefree did not like the end panels. This I could use. home made upright Is hard to fit in the burb.
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    I'm thinking combining up two 'fives' or a 'five' and a 'seven' to have a front and a back and put two guys in it.
     
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    shirtguy Elite Refuge Member

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    My zinger comes today. Should I mud or not? Have always mu
    ded my layout blinds.
     
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    How are you liking the blind?
     

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