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Layout blind #7648656 10/31/19 10:32 PM
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Hey guys. I’m looking to pick up a layout blind. Mostly for hunting ducks when there is little cover. Mud flats, etc! I don’t want to break the bank. I’m thinking around 200ish or less! Anyone have any recommendations in that price range. Preferably something light and not extremely bulky! Thanks!

Re: Layout blind [Re: Spacemonkey] #7648746 11/01/19 12:30 AM
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I got the Avery Power Hunter and Ground Force, Power Hunter is my favorite. Wear/use as a backpack, light, I think just over 10lbs, and low profile which is key, simple... Set-up is a snap, one bar snaps into place and you are done. Dome top I can shoulder my gun much faster than coming out of swing doors. This is my friends blind.

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Rogers goosebuster LP Minimal framing and a good price. Folds up very nicely.

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https://www.cabelas.com/product/hun...-elite-layout-blind/2532008.uts?slotId=5


Hope the link works. This is the best bang for your buck layout we've ever found. Only thing that has to be set up is the head rest and it just folds open. No other moving parts that can break on ya.


hope this helps.

Re: Layout blind [Re: Guy] #7649212 11/01/19 03:07 PM
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Originally Posted by Guy
I got the Avery Power Hunter and Ground Force, Power Hunter is my favorite. Wear/use as a backpack, light, I think just over 10lbs, and low profile which is key, simple... Set-up is a snap, one bar snaps into place and you are done. Dome top I can shoulder my gun much faster than coming out of swing doors. This is my friends blind.

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I think he's just napping

Re: Layout blind [Re: ndhunter] #7649403 11/01/19 07:29 PM
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Originally Posted by ndhunter
Originally Posted by Guy
I got the Avery Power Hunter and Ground Force, Power Hunter is my favorite. Wear/use as a backpack, light, I think just over 10lbs, and low profile which is key, simple... Set-up is a snap, one bar snaps into place and you are done. Dome top I can shoulder my gun much faster than coming out of swing doors. This is my friends blind.

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I think he's just napping


I thought that was what they were for.


No matter how high a duck flies a hammer still breaks a window.
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