Tanglefree panel blind

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  1. brentbullets

    brentbullets Elite Refuge Member

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    Took a good look at this today at Game Fair, Shawn was very helpful and I think that I like it. It would be very easy to put 2 of them together to make a front and back. I like the flexibility of the panels so that it would be very easy to configure.
     
  2. gold10

    gold10 Senior Refuge Member

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    I was thinking about giving it a try myself. Did he happen to mention if they are in stock yet or are they still on the slow boat from China?
     
  3. Rangerbob

    Rangerbob Senior Refuge Member

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    All I have seen is the video and it looks very useful. But not at $600 for 2 panels. It is just getting insane what mfg are charging these days.
     
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    Ben Elite Refuge Member

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    Cheaper than 4 layout blinds still....
     
  5. okduckswatter

    okduckswatter Refuge Member

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    Just get a couple cattle/hog panels and grass em up to look natural. These blinds are stupid dumb and stupid expensive
     
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    dux/24 7 Elite Refuge Member

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    If you got 2 panels for 300-400 $ it would be feasible. The catch is you have to keep buying more panels to make it more adaptable. Make it to where it's functional everywhere without adding lots of expenses, like most other blinds.
     
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  7. okduckswatter

    okduckswatter Refuge Member

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    Panels cost 13.50 ea. And 5 guys can hide between 2 panels. U can customize them to each hunting situation. Don't try and turn. This into how that blind is worth 600 bucks because of how customizable it is...........not gonna drink the koolaid
     
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    dux/24 7 Elite Refuge Member

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    I'm not I fan of the price, I'm saying it's too expensive for what you get.
    Never once said it was worth 600$, quite the opposite.
     
  9. joecitrano

    joecitrano Senior Refuge Member

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    Super easy to make yourself have had one I made for years
     
  10. shirtguy

    shirtguy Elite Refuge Member

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    Made a one man blind using cattle panels. Still has to be put together every time. Like the tanglefree for its ease. I'm not a DIY guy. Probably will try it. No more layouts for me.
     

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