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#7236693 - 07/26/18 06:20 PM Any experience with shadow hunter or ultra comfort?
shightower Offline
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Registered: 08/26/12
Posts: 144
Does anyone have any experience or recommendations with shadow hunter blinds or ultra comfort blinds?

I need a light weight blind that I can assemble on site. I donít want junk though.

Any other blind manufacturers?



Iíd appreciate any feed back good or bad.


Edited by shightower (07/26/18 06:20 PM)

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#7239992 - 07/30/18 02:39 PM Re: Any experience with shadow hunter or ultra comfort? [Re: shightower]
shightower Offline
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Registered: 08/26/12
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How about Maverick Blinds?

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#7242077 - 08/01/18 02:03 PM Re: Any experience with shadow hunter or ultra comfort? [Re: shightower]
Texas buckeye Offline
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Registered: 11/22/11
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I have one of the soft sided cabelas brand blinds. Waterproof top (plastic) with canvas sides with a kind of rubberized backing makes them essentially waterproof. Zip up/down windows in a combo gun/bow stand and its octagon shaped for maximal visibility. I believe they call it the blade and bullet blind.

Has a metal frame and the outside covering is replaceable if needed. I have had mine up for a year just out in the elements and aside from a few times it has rolled in bad storms (I did not have it anchored down at all) it has just held up perfectly. NO signs of wear on the canvas due to sun or rolling trauma.

I just bought a 10ft tower to put it on (rivers edge landmark tower) so it won't go rolling much longer. But even in the big storms it got knocked over, it only moved about 3-4 feet from where it was, nothing crazy. Anchor the corners and it will not move.


Edited by Texas buckeye (08/01/18 02:06 PM)

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