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#5881381 - 08/16/15 05:18 PM Deer Blind Windows
kmartinusa Offline
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Registered: 04/09/11
Posts: 214
Loc: SW Oklahoma
Has anyone ever used some kind of camo window film with any success? If so, what is it and where can I find it?

I've got a brand new blind with clear windows that need to be tinted somehow. I've tried window tint for cars before and it just didn't work. Wouldn't stick. I'm thinking that there's gotta be something that has adhesive that allows me to see out but you can't see me.
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#5881973 - 08/16/15 11:25 PM Re: Deer Blind Windows [Re: kmartinusa]
Txhillbilly Offline
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Registered: 08/14/15
Posts: 443
Loc: Johnson County
I have the tinted windows from them,but I made screens for all of the windows in my blind.I did have black screen mesh on them,but bought a couple yards of see thru Camo mesh so I can shoot my Crossbow out of the blind this year. I just finished putting the mesh on the screens today.



You could make some screens or maybe use the see thru mesh with some double side tape on the edges of the glass and stick the mesh on the inside surface of the glass.

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#5882285 - 08/17/15 09:43 AM Re: Deer Blind Windows [Re: kmartinusa]
Cast Offline
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The thing about windows is they gotta be open to get your rifle out the window.

I'm working this through my head too. Best I can come up with is see thru camo mesh curtains hanging inside the blind. With windows all around, this might prevent being silhouetted from behind.

These look good BTW. The Deerview camo windows I have seen use double stick tape on the outside of the windows. I was assured that the camo would stay there, still skeptical.
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#5883628 - 08/17/15 10:26 PM Re: Deer Blind Windows [Re: Cast]
TheHunted Offline
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Registered: 05/22/08
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Loc: Alma, TX
Originally Posted By: Cast
The thing about windows is they gotta be open to get your rifle out the window.

I'm working this through my head too. Best I can come up with is see thru camo mesh curtains hanging inside the blind. With windows all around, this might prevent being silhouetted from behind.

These look good BTW. The Deerview camo windows I have seen use double stick tape on the outside of the windows. I was assured that the camo would stay there, still skeptical.


Cast,

I am not sure who you spoke too nor what exactly is being referenced. However our camo hinge windows have no double sided tape involved. The camo mesh is rolled into the framing of the window the same way as it in your standard home screens.
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#5884229 - 08/18/15 11:21 AM Re: Deer Blind Windows [Re: kmartinusa]
Cast Offline
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They were too high for me to get a good look. I'll check it out and try to get pics when I pick up my door. Thanks for the heads up.
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#5887377 - 08/20/15 10:29 AM Re: Deer Blind Windows [Re: kmartinusa]
Texmel Offline
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Registered: 09/13/11
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Loc: Melissa, TX
On my blinds I mount the flipup windows on the inside and put c-thru camo on the outside of blind. Never had problem of turkey/deer busting me.
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