First Lay Out Blind

Discussion in 'Goose Hunting Forum' started by fireduck, Jan 22, 2017.

  1. calstefanko

    calstefanko Senior Refuge Member

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    they usually run around $200
     
  2. fireduck

    fireduck Elite Refuge Member

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    Thanks For All The Help! I never knew of so many brands. I like a couple of them, but leaning towards the Avery Finisher. They think a lot of this one cause I can't find a sale on them. Heard I might have to wait til Sept-thats fine. "If" I go with Avery I hope they stand behind their product. I"m still listening to other hunters what they have to say about their layout. Thanks fireduck (Kenny)
     
  3. calstefanko

    calstefanko Senior Refuge Member

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    my buddy did buy 5 Avery Power hunters online and they came in 3 days before a trip to ND and they all had a rip at the back left corner of them after assembling them
     
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    BirdJ Elite Refuge Member

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    Kenny, if at all possible? If they have any on display? sit in them and try them out. Some will work better than others depending on your size. Not a fan of the soft bling doors!!!
     
  5. Action

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    Any of the blinds that are mentioned have a hard frame around the bottom? I'm not a fan of the "sleeping bag" foot area.
     
  6. fireduck

    fireduck Elite Refuge Member

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    To everyone feel free to jump in- I would like to hear from other hunters. I will be buying 2, so this will not be a cheap purchase. My son and I hope to use these for several years. I don't want to break the bank, but I don't want cheap either. Thanks for all the help! Kenny
     
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    Action Elite Refuge Member

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    I have tried all the blinds at Cabela's in Lacey Washington and couldn't find one I liked better that the FA Pro Guide that is no longer made. for you finisher guys do they have a hard frame on the bottom?
     
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    Wareagle1 Senior Refuge Member

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    With the tanglefree dead zones it's framed except for the foot bag area.
     
  9. calstefanko

    calstefanko Senior Refuge Member

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    If money isn't a problem then get the Avery M-2 blind, anything Avery is good. If comfort is a big factor DO NOT get the Power hunter, the only time i'd use that is if I knew i was gonna shoot a limit in an hour, the door that goes over your head gets annoying after a while.
     
  10. goosnit

    goosnit Senior Refuge Member

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    I don't like the sleeping bag at the feet . To resolve this problem , I bought some 3/4 " pvc , 2 - 90's and 2 - tees and made a small frame for my feet to slide under .
     

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