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Pop-Up Blind Question #7332665 10/31/18 03:44 AM
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Any recommendations on some solid pop-up blinds that aren't too expensive?

Been looking at a couple on Amazon and they look solid. Anyone have any recommendations?

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Shot a lot of critters out of a cheap Ameristep Doghouse. Not sure they even make them
Anymore. Only lasted a couple seasons but they were cheap enough.


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My experience has been that solid means more weight, setup complexity, and price.

I have three of the Ameristep “Dog House” blinds that are lightweight, easy to setup, and relatively inexpensive. They are however one-man blinds no matter what the box might say. They keep me dry when it rains (I spray them once a year with Scotchguard to make them more water repellent) and warm when I add my Little Buddy heater.


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The blackouts are great blinds and so are the escapes xl both are available at bass pro

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we use baronet grounders, for bow season. We put them out in August, take them down in October, they are on their 3rd season. I think we paid lest than 100$ for them at the sportsmans guide


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Built me own. 3 sided, back up ta tree. It folds tagether, easy carring. $10.00 camo, & some fall imitation leaves blended in. PVC pipe will last several years. Section (between 2&3 from top) shoot threw, gun or crossbow rest.



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