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Re: deer blind plans [Re: radtexas] #2823274
12/09/11 04:24 PM
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Could you send me the plans for you blind?

wayne.callicoatte@sbcglobal.net


Re: deer blind plans [Re: Hard Water] #2931373
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thats a giant, very cool


Re: deer blind plans [Re: westexhunter] #3010224
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i dont have plans for this one, just did it on the fly.
real glass windows, i no likey plexi glass.
comes apart in 4 panels and base, once set up corners were sealed with angle flashing and spray foam anywhere it needed,










Re: deer blind plans [Re: vanguard] #3036199
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I like that door handle


Re: deer blind plans [Re: Hard Water] #3051058
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I decided to use an old camping trailer as the base for a deer blind. It was all built with free wood scrounged from Craigslist--and it is ugly, but it gets the job done. We can tow it where ever we want on the property. Used a sheet of rubber roofing for the top and left over plexiglass for windows. $10 for the "extreme drought" brown paint. I think we already shot 5 deer from it this season.

















Re: DIY DEER BLIND PLANS.... POST WHAT YOU HAVE [Re: radtexas] #3192303
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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.




Can you e-mail me the design to the Hexagon Blind? I think I'm gonna try it but make the frame with either 1" conduit or Angle Iron, then the walls will be some kind of vinyl. I just need the dimensions so I can know how to build it. Thanks man!
E-Mail Address: Travis.Ryan.Hull@Gmail.Com
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Re: DIY DEER BLIND PLANS.... POST WHAT YOU HAVE [Re: radtexas] #3192855
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Originally Posted By: radtexas
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


That Vinyl Roofing where can I get it? Do you know the correct name for it?


Re: DIY DEER BLIND PLANS.... POST WHAT YOU HAVE [Re: The30PointBuck] #3193745
04/30/12 10:13 AM
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I got it from Lowes. http://www.lowes.com/pd_12747-1115-158_4294806362_4294937087_?productId=3010607&Ns=p_product_price|0&pl=1&currentURL=%2Fpl_Roof%2BPanels%2BAccessories_4294806362_4294937087_%3FNs%3Dp_product_price|0&facetInfo=


Re: DIY DEER BLIND PLANS.... POST WHAT YOU HAVE [Re: radtexas] #3267941
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If you're wanting to assemble it in the woods, I'd reccomend putting a 2x4 at the bottom and then stacked 1x2's in the middle and the top. Cut the 1x4's the same width as the side, but stagger them by the width of the 1x4. This way you can carry the panels to the field and "Lock the sides together". If you predrill the holes at home, all you have to do is insert a lag bolt in the center of the 1x4's where they overlap. Can assemble the entire deer blind by your self. Also don't need to worry about a cordless drill, can assemble and disassemble wtih a socket and ratchet, or wrench.

I also drilled holes through the bottom 2x4 and the floor. I hammered in my bolts from the top, bolted all the sides together and then went underneath and put on nuts. But the entire 4 x 8 stand can be dissasembled and placed in the back of my pickup truck with a wrench and socket. Spent a little more on the bolts, but dont have to worry about stripped or broken screws.

I highly recomend avoiding OSB at all costs.


Re: deer blind plans [Re: radtexas] #3314502
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I just joined this forum. I live in Southeast Texas & I was wondering if I could get you to email me these plans you put together. It looks like it would work for me with just a few modifications.


Re: deer blind plans [Re: TreeBass] #3314578
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I'm new to this forum, could email these plans to me @ billysliquor@yahoo.com. Trying to get my grandchildren into hunting and I need to build a couple of 4x6 stands. Thanks.


Re: deer blind plans [Re: #1Pappou] #3323272
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I am in process of building a ground blind like the Ghostblind, which is a mirror blind. I am just following this guys plans:

He even has Youtube videos posted that walk you through it. Not the most comfortable blind, but if you need to be able to blend in the middle of a wheatfield, this will do it.

http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=1289234


Re: deer blind plans [Re: jdickey] #3375246
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Saw your post on deer stand plans and was hoping you could e-mail me the different plans you have, Thanks glenmoen@yahoo.com


Re: deer blind plans [Re: Hard Water] #3432845
08/01/12 06:57 PM
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I have 2 deerblinds made out of modified oil field meterhouses.


Re: deer blind plans [Re: Tx-XDm] #3456395
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GBX-5 Hunting Blind with 10' Tower and Ladder - What to these cost, roughly?
GBX Series Tower


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Re: deer blind plans [Re: pafree] #3456848
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Man, can you email me those plans?
steven.cue@gmail.com
I like that...


Re: deer blind plans [Re: Cueman] #3457323
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Man, can you email me those plans?
steven.cue@gmail.com
I like that...

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Re: DIY DEER BLIND PLANS.... POST WHAT YOU HAVE [Re: AtxCityHunter] #3510538
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Do you have the plans for the 4x8 or 6x8 blind?


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Re: Does anyone have some plans for a 4x6 deer stand?? [Re: Bit Man] #3530446
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i have just finnished to deer blinds made out of square tubing one is 8 ft whith center boat seat and shooting rails 360 degre shooting. i desinged it to be taken down and fit in the back of a pickup all you need to put it up is a cordless drill. if you want i can send you some pics it is by far the sturdiest stand i have seen . total cost was under $200.00

Re: Does anyone have some plans for a 4x6 deer stand?? [Re: 6mmpowers] #3625702
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Nice blinds I just made a 4x4 box 8 foot hight a cut shooting widows in it, wood door on back that opens into a wheelchair ramp,now adding a medal roof over the plywood roof wink

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Re: Does anyone have some plans for a 4x6 deer stand?? [Re: Team Hillbilly] #3773354
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Cool blinds guys! I just built one for this season. 8x8 base, 10ft up, little over 6ft ceiling. Hooked up solar to it to run a fan and light. Had an extra couch I had in it too. very comfy


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Re: deer blind plans [Re: Hard Water] #3773419
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Sleeps 3 what? Does not appear to be able to sleep any 3 of our hunters!


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In Missouri. [img:center][/img]

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Re: deer blind plans [Re: wldsd] #3969381
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Nice blind wldsd. What material did you use with the camo pattern?

Re: Hexagonal Blind [Re: radtexas] #3985279
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If you have the time, I would appreciate a drawing or plan of your hexagonal design. I need to build a couple of blinds for next year.

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