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#5474515 - 12/13/14 01:01 PM Best Box Blind recommendation
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Replacing blinds and don't have time to build another before the end of season so decided to spend the money on a manufactured blind. Which is the best for room, quiet, and seals up to keep out critters.

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#5474565 - 12/13/14 01:49 PM Re: Best Box Blind recommendation [Re: spg]
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Your going to spend some money on them. Ranchking would be my choice. Have had one for 5 years, no leaks or bugs of any kind,,ever. I HATE Wasps, it's the reason I bought a Ranchking.
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#5475444 - 12/14/14 07:46 AM Re: Best Box Blind recommendation [Re: spg]
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Just got a new ranch king "little buck - 8 ft" and I have been very impressed with it so far. I did a lot of research and they were the blinds that fit what I wanted/needed exactly.

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#5475605 - 12/14/14 09:34 AM Re: Best Box Blind recommendation [Re: spg]
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Texas deer stands. My 5x6 "six shooter" on a 10 foot tower has been great for the family.

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#5476059 - 12/14/14 02:41 PM Re: Best Box Blind recommendation [Re: spg]
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Look up Blinds4real in the Classifieds, or do a quick Google search and look at his website. Great guy that will build you a good blind at a very fair price.
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#5479370 - 12/15/14 05:33 PM Re: Best Box Blind recommendation [Re: spg]
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Yup, blinds4real ! I think he's riddle72 on here, great guy and great blinds !

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#5480995 - 12/16/14 11:09 AM Re: Best Box Blind recommendation [Re: spg]
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We've been buying the T-Box blinds and really enjoing them. I think its the best bang for your buck in the fiberglass market.
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#5518629 - 01/04/15 09:40 AM Re: Best Box Blind recommendation [Re: Zach S]
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Originally Posted By: Zachary Symm
Just got a new ranch king "little buck - 8 ft" and I have been very impressed with it so far. I did a lot of research and they were the blinds that fit what I wanted/needed exactly.

Is The Little Buck noisy?
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#5518676 - 01/04/15 10:03 AM Re: Best Box Blind recommendation [Re: spg]
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Looked at few different ones, wasn't very impressed. Going to have just build another one myself. The Texas deer stands are not to roomy and could be built better, the Ranch Kings are nice but not forking out $5,000 for a box and tower and I can build one just as good but a lot heavier. Time to get to heatin and beatin, deerview windows on hand all I need is a name for the stand.

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#5518678 - 01/04/15 10:05 AM Re: Best Box Blind recommendation [Re: spg]
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Oh, I forgot I need some beer so I can be more efficient during the build. Spending a week at the lease 12th-18th after that I'll get started.

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