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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-02-2010, 08:32 PM Thread Starter
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After Tuesdays rain I'm lookin to get a blind must be easy to setup and take down what do you recommend? would also like to use it in archery.Also I was lookin at Cabelas web site and was wondering whats better hub style or spring steel?

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Re: what blind

Not to steal the thread, but can you reccomend one that is cheap AND waterproof. If you get in a lot of them with all the flaps closed, and look around, you will often see big sewing holes.
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post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-02-2010, 09:05 PM
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Re: what blind

maybe check out a Tree umbrella ,,i use one in spring turkey and it wotks great ,,attaches right to a tree
Very compact and light ,get the biggest oen you can find
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Use seam sealer for tents to seal all the seams. Get the hub style. They are much easier to deal with.

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Re: what blind

Bought an ASAT Pop up blind this season.I Use their leaf cut camo and swear by the pattern so thought I'd give the blind a shot.It's a 5 hub deal,can be used for archery & rifle..seems pretty roomy and has roof vent and enough windows. Material is a buffed poly- cotton (not shiny) and light(weights 16lbs and has carry bag).Have not hunted it yet but checked it out in a drizzle and it stayed dry inside..of coure a downpour? not so much I think.You can always coat the inside of the roof with ten floor sealer which I plan on doing.

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