Tanglefree panel blind

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  1. don835

    don835 Elite Refuge Member

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    Damn...what a Great idea. I went to the Tanglefree site and they have several videos on the Panel blind. They also offer flip tops but no price. I'm tired of laydowns...the panel blind could be the ticket for us old fart's. Murph.
     
  2. brentbullets

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    I own 3 of them, haven't used them yet. I think that they will be very useful especially on edges and these dam cover crop fields that the geese like so well as well as bean fields. I tend to be on the bigger side as well as my son and like room to stretch that is the reason for 3 blinds. 2 blinds are big enough for just the 2 of us but throw in the 2 grandsons or a 3rd person and it could get kind of tight.

    If stubbled right the flip tops will not be necessary and could also be a deterrent. Shawn showed them to me in August and he preferred not to use them.
     
  3. don835

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    Thanks Brent! Murph.
     
  4. brentbullets

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    Just got an email the flip tops are $149.99 for a set of 3, snow covers for flip tops $39.99 and snow cover for panel blind is $79.99.
     
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    Got my two Zinger 5 panel blinds last Thursday. More than enough room for two guys. Plan on setting them about 3 feet apart to have a front and a back. Then covering the outsides with Cabelas palm fronds. Took a while to assemble them, but it's not difficult. They fold up nice. No field assembly, just unfold them and stake them down. Then apply the palm fronds.
     
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    Aren't the frames of these made out of plastic or PVC?
    Wondering how they would hold up in below freezing temperatures?
     
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    Drundel Elite Refuge Member

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    Never heard of those before, they need to work on their marketing.
     
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  10. brentbullets

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    Well than their customer service people need to be better trained. When I called earlier this year to order I was told that the frame was made from PVC tubing and is the reason I didn't order and bought Tanglefree.
     

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