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#6610052 - 12/31/16 06:30 PM Looking to build a ground blind
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Loc: Adkins Tx.
Looking to build a ground blind with wheelchair accessibility...Any ideas?
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#6627623 - 01/11/17 01:02 PM Re: Looking to build a ground blind [Re: redog]
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Pallets installed up right and organized in a square or rectangle fashion with heavy camo/limbs as cover. You could put a T-post in the ground on the corner, and the pallet over the T-post to use as a moving door. I've thought about building this for a bow stand.
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#6628772 - 01/12/17 08:24 AM Re: Looking to build a ground blind [Re: redog]
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I built one for this purpose a few years ago, the entire 4 x 8 back wall hinged like a door. We had rubber horse stall mats and plywood for about 60 feet behind it, so a truck could get that close, and offload the wheelchair... rubber mats were better than plywood,

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#6643501 - 01/22/17 10:17 AM Re: Looking to build a ground blind [Re: redog]
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If you can get your hands on a shipping crate it would probably be the easiest thing to use. They come with a hinged door that is approximately 42 inches wide. If you add a pitched roof, windows and a ramp you're in business.
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