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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 11-10-2019, 03:42 PM Thread Starter
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Ground Blind

Looking at purchasing a ground blind for bad weather days, maybe use it a few times a year, roomy for 2 people, lightweight, windows that aren’t too high, weather resistant, pack in and out... probably use the bow and rifle in it, wanted to stay around $150-200, whatcha all using. Thanks

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I use a Ameristep Brickhouse. Itís oversized and kept me dry last year.
Donít use a blind unless itís all day rain.
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Ameristep makes a two person chair blind. actually roomy enough for one with snacks and coffee
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I purchased the Ameristep Brickhouse ground blind off of Amazon last year for around $90.00, my daughter and I had it setup last rifle season and I was very satisfied with it.
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I have a Baronette. Can’t remember the model but it’s great in the rain. Dunham’s always seems to have blinds on sale.
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Years ago I purchased an API Blind for $100 at the end of the season on a close out at Gander Mountain. It has marsh camo, but the turkeys have never figured it out. It also has an opening top which makes it a good blind for crows probably doves even though I have never hunted doves from the blind. It is large and can't easy seat two people, but it is not waterproof. I have used scotch guard, but it still leaks at the seams. I would like to water proof it with a better product, but never seem to think of it early enough to air it out before archery season.
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I picked up a Baronette at Rural King for $99. What I liked about it was I could stand in it.
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Leaning towards the baronette, just don’t know which model, don’t want it big like a tent...gonna stop at rural king and Dunham’s and have a look, thanks all
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Rhino 600 series. Little more than you want to spend but well worth it. Buy once cry once.
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Just make sure your muzzle is outside the blind, my wife ripped up two sides of my old blind from the shock wave on her rifle.
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