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Redneck blinds and stands experience #7953094 08/28/20 04:00 PM
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I did a THF search and only found information on the Redneck Pop-up blind. Does anyone have experience with the Redneck 5x6 blind and 5' stand? Thinking about buying both bow and gun blinds. Thanks in advance!


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Re: Redneck blinds and stands experience [Re: cheetah577] #7953141 08/28/20 04:49 PM
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I have a Redneck Blinds 4x6. Glass windows and 10’ elevated platform. Wasn’t cheap, and has held up perfectly for 5 or 6 years. Absolutely no complaints. Seals up really tight, so no wasps or mud daubers. Zero rust on the support structure.

They arranged shipping and brought it right to me.


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Re: Redneck blinds and stands experience [Re: cheetah577] #7953147 08/28/20 04:50 PM
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Redneck Blinds?

Does hunting inside an old Kenworth sleeper cab count?

Just my .02,
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"Whitetail Deer are extinct because of rifles with telescopes mounted on them." - My 11th Grade English Teacher
Re: Redneck blinds and stands experience [Re: LeonCarr] #7953448 08/28/20 09:40 PM
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Originally Posted by LeonCarr
Redneck Blinds?

Does hunting inside an old Kenworth sleeper cab count?

Just my .02,
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I’d like to see it

Re: Redneck blinds and stands experience [Re: cheetah577] #7953859 08/29/20 05:09 AM
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I have the 6x7 on 10’ stand. Stand is solid with heavy duty ladder that makes zero noise going up and down. Blind is solid with super clear automotive glass windows. The only complaint I have is the window flips up which made it annoying if you are hunting pigs using thermal scopes. I have another T-box blind with slide windows which I like but the Redneck blind is far more superior construction

Re: Redneck blinds and stands experience [Re: cheetah577] #7954060 08/29/20 03:01 PM
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Had a 6x6 on a 5' platform. Bought it used so don't know the age in the field. It was great and held up well. Mainly used for bow hunting. Light and easy to move as necessary. We fit three in it comfortably. Sold it when I needed to go to 5'. I'll buy again when changing leases.

Only recommendation I have is buy the 10' platform. You can use it as a 5' or 10'. But they won't sell you an extra 5' to make it 10'.

Re: Redneck blinds and stands experience [Re: EastTXbound] #7954828 08/30/20 05:45 AM
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Originally Posted by EastTXbound
Originally Posted by LeonCarr
Redneck Blinds?

Does hunting inside an old Kenworth sleeper cab count?

Just my .02,
LeonCarr


I’d like to see it


It is on a ranch in Nolan County. If I can get pictures I will post 'em here.

Just my .02,
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Re: Redneck blinds and stands experience [Re: LeonCarr] #7955314 08/30/20 07:39 PM
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My wife has had a Redneck 360 in the field for several years. As mentioned they seal up tight. No water or insect intrusion. She and I were able to raise the blind on their 10’ base using my truck and a long tow rope. It’s a great blind but I couldn’t justify spending that much money on my own blind so we only have the one.
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Re: Redneck blinds and stands experience [Re: cheetah577] #7971563 09/13/20 03:01 AM
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Since the OP asked for stand experience, I’ll share this morning’s experience. I was dozing in the Redneck fiberglass 4x6 blind while pretending to coyote hunt, when a terrific clatter scared the poo out of me. A buzzard had tried for a carrier style landing and hit the top of the uninsulated fiberglass roof at too high an airspeed. He was apparently trying to get a grip on something/anything on the roof. Made a heck of a noise with those big talons. As for the buzzard, he shot off the far side of the blind while out of control and fell about 7 of the 10 feet to the ground before he could get his wings into action and save himself.


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Re: Redneck blinds and stands experience [Re: 603Country] #7979551 09/18/20 09:59 PM
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Originally Posted by 603Country
Since the OP asked for stand experience, I’ll share this morning’s experience. I was dozing in the Redneck fiberglass 4x6 blind while pretending to coyote hunt, when a terrific clatter scared the poo out of me. A buzzard had tried for a carrier style landing and hit the top of the uninsulated fiberglass roof at too high an airspeed. He was apparently trying to get a grip on something/anything on the roof. Made a heck of a noise with those big talons. As for the buzzard, he shot off the far side of the blind while out of control and fell about 7 of the 10 feet to the ground before he could get his wings into action and save himself.

roflmao


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Re: Redneck blinds and stands experience [Re: cheetah577] #7979783 09/19/20 01:05 AM
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We have the Redneck, 10 foot stand with gun and bow windows. Easter morning and F1 tornado came thru blew down a massive oak next to the blind. The blind had one seam crack loose, no other damage, sealed the seam and put in 4 screws good as new. These blind are very tough and built very well

Re: Redneck blinds and stands experience [Re: 4x4willie] #7980581 09/19/20 09:51 PM
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Originally Posted by 4x4willie
We have the Redneck, 10 foot stand with gun and bow windows. Easter morning and F1 tornado came thru blew down a massive oak next to the blind. The blind had one seam crack loose, no other damage, sealed the seam and put in 4 screws good as new. These blind are very tough and built very well

Thanks! I'm glad you could repair the blind.


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