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Does anyone have some plans for a 4x6 deer stand?? #1820251 11/10/10 11:26 AM
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Im not much of a carpenter but I can follow directions. Im looking for a good set of plans for a 4x6 deer stand that can be built at the house and then put together in the field. I would like one thats 2-6 feet off the ground or so if possible. If you have some share them with us lacking the creative genetics. Thanks
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can we get a thread started where people post there blind plans?




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Re: Does anyone have some plans for a 4x6 deer stand?? [Re: Bit Man] #1820760 11/10/10 03:27 PM
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shoot me your e-mail address and I can send you some.






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Re: deer blind plans [Re: MELackey] #1822286 11/10/10 10:37 PM
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maybe this will help. sorry about the small picture.




Re: deer blind plans [Re: pafree] #1822865 11/11/10 01:29 AM
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Re: deer blind plans [Re: pafree] #1837890 11/16/10 05:36 PM
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Modified this

Originally Posted By: pafree
maybe this will help. sorry about the small picture.



and built this

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Re: deer blind plans [Re: TreeBass] #1838620 11/16/10 09:01 PM
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you could also buy the shipping crates. They come apart easily with clamps and bolts holding them together....

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after building several deer blinds, i think you should go to the store and buy the amazing fiberglass blinds with stairs and all of the nice stuff



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Re: deer blind plans [Re: trophyhunter12] #1925461 12/16/10 02:20 AM
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definitely... just hunted my friends fancy fiberglass blind in junction and it definitely beats my wood one



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Re: deer blind plans [Re: jay K] #1964418 12/30/10 04:44 AM
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We use to make them and felt good about them. Then we bought some fiberglass and metal blinds. Won't be building them anymore. Bee proof, insulated, etc. Hard to get that when you build them yourself unless you are a very good carpenter, welder, and like to make things air-tight. Hard to beat a manufactured product for door and window seals.


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Where can you buy the shipping crates in the austin area


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Hey,
anyone seen the stands at: www.realbark.com
You can get it with a ladder or stairs and 5' high or 10' high.
a 4', 5', or 6' dia. stand
They say that they are UV proof and they last 15 years, said some they sold in 1990 are still as good as new.
If I can save up some cash, then I might drive to Tyler and get a 5' high with stairs.



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Sorry to say...the Real Bark stands...no bueno!



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Re: deer blind plans [Re: jdickey] #2141482 02/24/11 07:29 PM
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I did my own design based on comments I was given in the forum. Have not built one yet but this is free for whomever wants it.

If your can please include your email in the PM. Think that is the only way I can send them.

http://www.texashuntingforum.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/2141479#Post2141479




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Re: DIY DEER BLIND PLANS.... POST WHAT YOU HAVE [Re: hotrod3367] #2153962 03/02/11 01:16 AM
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Last season was the first time I built my own box blind. Everywhere I looked on the seemed to want to sell me plans. So I decided to take some pics as I built it and this is what I came up with.


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Did an octagonal blind that is about 6'-5" to outside framing. Have not built it but plans should make it easier cut it does have lots more cutting than a standard square blind. If you want it emailed please PM me your email and add "Octagonal Blind" in the subject.

http://www.texashuntingforum.com/forum/u...ind#Post2153140




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Well did a set of plans for a (6) sided blind. They are very similar to the Octagonal except the number of sides. Comes to 6'-0 3/4" short side to 7'-0" to the long side. If you want these plans PM me and put "Hexagon blind" in subject.





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Basic cost assuming all new materials and plywood not OSB. OSB will save about $40 per blind. (no paint is included either. This will give a general idea of cost for blinds as shown.

4x6 complete = $430
hexagonal blind = $400
octagonal blind = $440


I hope these plans help either build a blind or can be useful as a starting base to build by. I don't think I will be doing any more.

BTW if anyone builds from these plans could you send me some photos and how it turns out. I know they may not be perfect put hopefully not to bad.

HELP NEEDED: If you run into a question/clarification on the drawings please shot me a PM. I will answer as best I can in a timely manner. I will also fix it on the drawing for future plans I submit. There may be a few mistakes or something may not be as clear as it is to me. Sometimes putting on paper what is in your head misses a few things.

One clarification noted;
The angle for the octagon blinds is 45 degrees on short angle. ' / '
The angle for the hexagon blinds is 60 degrees on short angle. ' / '



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Re: DIY DEER BLIND PLANS.... POST WHAT YOU HAVE [Re: radtexas] #2297714 05/08/11 10:27 PM
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Check out my post in this section titled "Great Blind Design". No drawings, but lots of pics of the process.

Click Here> "Great Blind Design"


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I got inside one of the real bark stands and I did like it but it was hotter than heck and this was in feb lol


Re: DIY DEER BLIND PLANS.... POST WHAT YOU HAVE [Re: hotrod3367] #2462769 07/29/11 03:21 AM
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Here is my new 4' x 8' deer stand I set up for hunting in the tall timber of East Texas. It was built by students within the Department of Agriculture at Texas State University for the cost of materials. I cant wait to stay dry and warm this hunting season.
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Originally Posted By: radtexas
Well did a set of plans for a (6) sided blind. They are very similar to the Octagonal except the number of sides. Comes to 6'-0 3/4" short side to 7'-0" to the long side. If you want these plans PM me and put "Hexagon blind" in subject.



Real build photo



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Originally Posted By: radtexas
I did my own design based on comments I was given in the forum. Have not built one yet but this is free for whomever wants it.

If your can please include your email in the PM. Think that is the only way I can send them.

http://www.texashuntingforum.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/2141479#Post2141479




RadTexas, heres what your stand might look like ..(just bigger)
[url=]Over sized deer stand[/url]

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