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"Gaming" chairs? #7950634 08/26/20 03:58 PM
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I had blood drawn yesterday for an upcoming regular check-up and the woman used this "gaming" chair at her computer.

>>>Killabee chair

I had no idea there was such a thing and I found it intriguing and depressing, all at the same time. Cool chair, just sad a whole industry has evolved for our youth to sit on their butt all day.

This isn't for the holier-than-thou set that detests our "luxury boxes over corn dispensers," but the thought did cross my mind for an excellent blind-sitting/napping chair. grin

I've rescued enough office chairs in decent condition from all the crap blinds that were on this place that I'll probably never have a need for one, but I was wondering if anyone on here uses something similar in their blind?


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No time for "gaming" in the blind on a hunt.

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... but I was wondering if anyone on here uses something similar in their blind?


confused2 doesn't everyone have something similar to that in their blinds? confused2 loser8


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Re: "Gaming" chairs? [Re: Creekrunner] #7951001 08/26/20 08:32 PM
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In the extreme climates a deer blind endures through a summer and winter, I am not spending that kind of money on a polyurethane clad chair that within a couple years or one will be cracked and breaking down.

If this was a full leather chair I may consider it, but a pure leather chair of that make would be close to 800 bucks minimum.

I will take a mesh bottom like a millennium chair over that thing all day long and then some. Not to mention the quiet factor. Chairs like that were not made for being outdoors, nor were they made to be quiet.

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I had a chair that was similar, but it was a used office chair that I picked up at a used furniture store. $25, but it had a slight rip in the back.


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OFCO Office Furniture in Fort Worth sells deer blind chairs. They are used office chairs. They are the older chairs, but work great in a blind. Last time, they were around 20 bucks.

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I use older office chars. Duct tape is their best friend.

Re: "Gaming" chairs? [Re: Creekrunner] #7952477 08/28/20 12:08 AM
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I have bought a few used office chairs from the place in Fort Worth. For the price they can’t be beat. I did buy cloth chairs though, not pleather

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St Vincent de Paul Thrift store 3052 W Northwest Hwy, Dallas, TX 75220 was a good place to look for blind chairs and camp house furniture. Almost new looking stuff and great prices.


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