Thoughts on Hardcore's Run-n-gunner Layout Blind???

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  1. 49ThNorthBC

    49ThNorthBC New Member

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    Hey guys, looking for a new layout for the late season. Weary birds skirting away from the ditches, and field edges. The need for a low profile layout is obviously apparent. Has anyone had any experience with this particular blind? (good or bad) If there are any other suggestions to a similar layout, please feel free to voice your opinion.

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  2. ducksinwv

    ducksinwv New Member

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    Avery Power Hunter is low profile, I don't know if I would like the blanket and chair better or not. Heard good things about the Rogers Goose Buster LP.
     
  3. marsh man dan

    marsh man dan Elite Refuge Member

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    The original x lander with a lifetime warranty is out look no further
     
  4. 49ThNorthBC

    49ThNorthBC New Member

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    Both of those layouts look good, but weight and packability is always an issue. Almost all of the land owners here will not allow vehicle access onto the land, primarily because of the gigantic ruts you will leave or get stuck. It tends to be a little 'wet' here on the west coast. So humping your decoys, mojo, blind, etc, 200 yards across a field is pretty common practice.
     
  5. marsh man dan

    marsh man dan Elite Refuge Member

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    Yeah same her the x lander goes in half on your back like a back pack so does the goosebuster
     

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