Final Approach Xlandr .

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  1. isu22andy

    isu22andy New Member

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    Anyone have a picture of one in the field they are willing to share ? Debating that or ground force.
     
  2. marsh man dan

    marsh man dan Elite Refuge Member

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    No debate get a xlander dont look back
     
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  3. Spencer5100

    Spencer5100 Elite Refuge Member

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    The X Lander is an awesome blind, but the fact that it doesn't have framed doors can be kind of annoying at times and if I was only going to have one blind, I wouldn't want it to be an X Lander. It's super low profile and hides as well as just about anything on the market, plus takes no time to set up.

    I personally have a set of Tanglefree Dead Zones for when we don't need to get as low and a set of X Landers for when we reallly need as low of a profile as possible. Although I think that the X Lander is a "better" blind, if I were only getting one, I'd get a Ground Force.
     
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    GUNNERX2 Elite Refuge Member

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  5. isu22andy

    isu22andy New Member

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    Thanks for the replies.
     
  6. HaydenHunter

    HaydenHunter Elite Refuge Member

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    We field hunt and getting low is part of the drill. My buddy uses an X-Lander and likes it very much.
     
  7. tornadochaser

    tornadochaser Elite Refuge Member

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    Get both. Mud up/paint the xlander for hunting short stubble and disked/tilled fields. Get a KW1 groundforce for hunting combined cornfields.
     
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  8. isu22andy

    isu22andy New Member

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    We hunt snows along the missouri river bottom , so almost all the heavy ground is tilled in the fall so it breaths better and doesnt become hard as a rock.
     
  9. EWUEagles

    EWUEagles Senior Refuge Member

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    I hunt a lot out of boats so a non full framed blind is a must. The xlander is some how so roomy but low profile. It folds up super low and my favorite blind for my hunting situations. If I was field hunting and had more room for storage I might like something a little different.
     

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