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Deer Texas Blind Kit? #8078748 12/06/20 10:44 PM
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Has anyone tried this Deer Texas blind kit?

Inquiring minds want to know.


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Re: Deer Texas Blind Kit? [Re: syncerus] #8078759 12/06/20 10:57 PM
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Looks like all you get for $289 are the brackets and a plan. I think I paid $125 for some brackets that were very sturdy. That was three or four years back.

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They have been around for a long time

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But are they good? I'm looking for something that I can take to the lease in pre-fab pieces and perform final assembly there. I'm trying to avoid moving an entire blind in one piece, but I don't have a workshop on the lease either.


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Re: Deer Texas Blind Kit? [Re: syncerus] #8100545 12/23/20 01:27 PM
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The paint jobs on the blinds in the pictures are impressive, I'll give 'em that! I do think there are heavier duty brackets out there, for less money.


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https://www.homedepot.com/p/Elevators-4-in-x-4-in-Double-Angle-Brackets-4-Set-E188/202560097

Prefab the floor and walls at home, transport out, attach walls to floor, and raise as needed. I did mine in my garage and then hauled out to field with tractor and we had assembled and anchored in just a couple of hours.


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Re: Deer Texas Blind Kit? [Re: syncerus] #8101135 12/23/20 10:34 PM
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Why not get normal 4x4 elevators


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