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Best Lay Out Blind #3845544 12/14/12 12:05 AM
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I know I know...this has probably been on here before but I need to get some expert opiniions and WHY you like them...What do you guys think...comfort, big guys, ease of opening, camo, ect...all around best one...Thanks fellas...I can't screw this up...buying a xmas gift for future father in law and can't screw this up

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I run avery finishers and some power hunters. The finishers are pretty comfortable and have held up through hell and back.

Also have 2 beavertail gunners are there pretty sweet.


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Thanks Andrew...I appreciate it...hey...you have any openings on Wed...I have a couple of clients I think I might be able to send your way...if not...possibly thurs

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Originally Posted By: Cody Malone


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Finisher.....For Sure!!!!!

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Finisher hands down.

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I like my finisher because it is relatively light and is easy to assemble in the dark, it doesn't have any pins to insert like some others do.

It would be better if it had backpack straps.


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My Cabelas is too comfortable! I have napped from time to time. The good thing was my hunting partners would wake me with duck calls or safeties disengaging. Plus it is roomy for a big guy like me! 6'2" 230ish lbs. BTW only get one with backpack style carrying straps!!!!!



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Thanks guys...I really appreciate the feedback..so, those two...nothing else...been looking at them online and bout to make a purchase...

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Cabelas hurts my neck the angle that it puts you in.

Finisher or Ground Force would be my choice. I recently bought a ground force and it's comfortable.


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Originally Posted By: glasshole
Thanks Andrew...I appreciate it...hey...you have any openings on Wed...I have a couple of clients I think I might be able to send your way...if not...possibly thurs


Booked up Wed, how many you got for Thursday?


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Andrew...sent you a PM

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OK...Mr. Silver Creek...I'm waiting for your input...Come on Jeff...What do you have your SPORTS shoot out of...More importantly, what do you use when laying on those tanks out there in Mansfield

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Avery Power Hunter. Light, low-profile and has backpack straps.


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Anyone ever tried the goose busters by Rogers Sporting Goods?


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I like the Rogers they are cheap easy to assemble and have backpack straps you can also get the blind and it will come with a snow cover and grass to go on it. Just go to Rogers Sporting Goods


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+1 Rogers GooseBuster

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Anyone ever tried the goose busters by Rogers Sporting Goods?


Absolutely an awesome layout blind.....very comfortable. Took 30 minutes for inital setup and about 4 to 5 in the field

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I'm a ground force fan myself. I have tried a handful of others but don't like them.

The ground force is easy to set up (no pins, etc) a pretty low profile, fairly roomy, comfy, and light.


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