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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 04-25-2011, 08:00 PM Thread Starter
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I was looking for any helpful advice on ground blinds. I am considering several different brands. Would like it to be waterproof and enough room for two adults. Would be using for rifle and archery.
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Double Bull - buy once cry once. Also, I've owned various Ameristep blinds and they all proved to not be worth the money to me.

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buy once cry once...I like that
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Re: Ground blinds

When I was teaching my girlfriend (now wife) deer hunting we bought a Ameristep Blockhouse (I think that was the model) and have used it many years and have taken many deer while using it. I'm sure it didn't have all the bells and whistles but it has surely paid for it's self. It was bigger than most blinds. I can stand up in it and have plenty of head room.
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I had the Doghouse models and they were a pain to setup, and a little to small.

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Re: Ground blinds

The primos dark horse is a good blind then, what about setup? Is it quick and relatively easy in case I want to move around.
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double bull darkhorse is what I decided, crusher was too much. Crusher is waterproof darkhorse is not but I am sure I can spray it down to make it water repellent.
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Nice choice

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Thanks, hope it works out. Other than learning how to setup, all the reviews that I have come across are thumbs up. Will be here tomorrow, just in time.
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Post a review and pics of it if you get a chance.

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