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Muddy Blinds #7678221 12/03/19 01:27 AM
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Does anybody have a Muddy Bull or Penthouse Blind? how do u like it? Is the stand decent it looks pretty basic for the amount u spend on the blind..

Re: Muddy Blinds [Re: Ahornet55] #7678519 12/03/19 01:35 PM
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A lease member has a Bull box, I hunted in it and really liked it. Windows are quiet and good view all around, lots of room.

Re: Muddy Blinds [Re: Ahornet55] #7678811 12/03/19 06:32 PM
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I went and looked through one really good at cabelas one day. For the money I was not impressed. Decent, but should have been about 2/3 the cost they want (that's not a cabelas thing either, they are listed same price on Muddy and sometimes a little cheaper on cabelas).

The walls and floor "flimsy" feeling, there was very obvious floor noise with the slightest movement, and I just wasn't sold on them.

Just my opinion. They are roomy, and windows are quiet, so that is a plus. Just felt like the price is almost as much as a Ranch King or something more high end with half the value...

Re: Muddy Blinds [Re: Ahornet55] #7683896 12/09/19 03:06 AM
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We have four of them on our place. We use three for bow blinds and the other for rifle. They are awesome for bow blinds, especially when it gets cold. They are very roomy and quiet. We like them a lot.

Re: Muddy Blinds [Re: Ahornet55] #7778374 03/20/20 02:00 AM
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I have one and love it. My wife will now go hunting with me because it’s so nice.

Not sure that’s a good thing HA[Linked Image]

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Re: Muddy Blinds [Re: Ahornet55] #7862873 06/07/20 12:13 AM
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Great blinds, I hunt out them in Michigan late In bow season no heater needed. Super nice.

Re: Muddy Blinds [Re: Ahornet55] #7863417 06/07/20 05:00 PM
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I recently picked up an ASF blind, and for the difference in price, the ASF blind is hands down the absolute winner. Solid walls, solid floor, quiet easy windows, insulation, stand is more solid, just everything is better, and if you are going to spend 3500 on a Muddy with stand just spend a little more and get an ASF blind with stand and don’t look back.


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Re: Muddy Blinds [Re: Ahornet55] #7863508 06/07/20 07:06 PM
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9 years with my Atascosa blind. Took down curtains to redo just yesterday. The blind is in great shape and has never had a single lick of maintenance

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