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Modular style Box Stands? #5913720 09/04/15 11:37 PM
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Anyone know who builds a Modular type wood 4x4 Box stand that can be reassembled on sight with a drill and screws. I have plenty popups, easily transported, but I am looking for a Box Stand I can transport with Polaris UTV to a remote, wooded area on my lease. Can't get pickup or trailer to spot.

Re: Modular style Box Stands? [Re: Jhunt] #5913731 09/04/15 11:52 PM
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Re: Modular style Box Stands? [Re: Jhunt] #5914080 09/05/15 07:18 AM
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Boss buck blinds are also easily assembled, according to their website.

Re: Modular style Box Stands? [Re: Jhunt] #5914224 09/05/15 02:19 PM
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I built my own. Use a trailer behind 4 wheeler to carry the knock down blind (4 sides & roof) then go back for the 4' tall base. I can erect by myself. The blind 4x4 6'-4 tall. The trailer I bought from Tactor supply, garden style. The blind is 2x2 wood frame with 1/2" plywood sides, roof 3/4" plywood with corrugated metal, the base 1 1/4" angle welded up.

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