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Discussion in 'Goose Hunting Forum' started by browndog66, Jul 14, 2012.
Great idea, i hate layout blinds, and many with neck/back probs simply cant hunt out if them, i believe its a three man blind, nut honestly, it looks like a nice product, for we hunt edges and never hunt " in the dekes" anyway
GB it is a 4 man blind as I have had the oppportunity to shoot out of them. Very easy set up and tons of room inside and onlt 26 lbs.
Its a great blind. Zink only makes quality products!
yeah it sounds like a lot but when you think about it you can get at least four guy in it. that would be somewhere around 1000 bucks worth of good layouts.
LuJack you are the beyond doubt King of the satirical post.
Classic ...subliminal message being the blind is of Asian origin as well..???
If you use this blind with your waders on, band covered lanyard, bell shaped calls, FFD snow melting decoys.....will it keep the heads from falling off the Avian X decoys?
We have been using A frame blinds for years and usually make them in 8'x4' sections out of 2x2's and cover them with 1/2" square wire and cover them in native switch grass. Both end's have hinged doors. We keep ours in 4 peices and screw them together for the season. Some we leave setup all year and others we move around with ATV's and trailers. From my experience it is very hard to get 4 adults in an 8' blind along with gun bags and a dog. I would be interested in seeing one of these close up in person to see how it is made and come's apart especially once it is brushed. We have also made a portable blind 14' using an Avery boat blind that was not being used anymore. Took some fabrication to make it happen and now have it on wheels on one end so that we can pull it around the farm with an ATV. $500 dollars is steep but everything is over priced anymore. I think a $300 dollar price tag would encourge folks to dabble at them and try them out more.
There is a lot going on in that one. A picture is worth a thousand words.