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Blind Towers - reviews/suggestions? #8240436 04/17/21 07:13 PM
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I am looking for 2 maybe 3 blind (already have) towers. The blinds are 4x4's, fiberglass.

The towers must have steps (vs. ladder) and a landing. Need: 1 - 5', 1 - 8' or 10' and ...

Anyone used any of the following:
Muddy
Redneck
West Tex Hunting supply

Bolt together vs welded?

I am semi-cheap, so price AND quality are needed.

Thanks!

Re: Blind Towers - reviews/suggestions? [Re: texasgal] #8258961 05/06/21 09:17 PM
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Highly recommend WesTex outa Santos. Usually deal right with the owner, Wes.


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Re: Blind Towers - reviews/suggestions? [Re: freerange] #8259757 05/07/21 08:42 PM
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Originally Posted by freerange
Highly recommend WesTex outa Santos. Usually deal right with the owner, Wes.

I used them about 5 years ago. Would use again if a need came up.


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Re: Blind Towers - reviews/suggestions? [Re: texasgal] #8259839 05/07/21 10:32 PM
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I have one 4x6 Redneck blind on a 10’ tower. It’s been great. No complaints at all. Powder coated metal, and no rust in 5 or 6 years. The blind came assembled or, since it’s fiberglass, better to say it was complete, with no assembly required. The tower had to be assembled, but all the bits and pieces and nuts and bolts were there, and it was pretty easy. Once fully assembled, with blind on tower, raising it was easy. Directions are on paper and on the internet.


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Re: Blind Towers - reviews/suggestions? [Re: texasgal] #8260899 05/09/21 02:03 PM
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Thanks all.

Re: Blind Towers - reviews/suggestions? [Re: Mr. T.] #8283965 06/03/21 06:43 PM
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Highly recommend WesTex outa Santos. Usually deal right with the owner, Wes.

I used them about 5 years ago. Would use again if a need came up.


I'll third this recommendation. Wes is a stand up guy and I won't go anywhere else for blinds/towers

Re: Blind Towers - reviews/suggestions? [Re: texasgal] #8285332 06/05/21 04:29 AM
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I bought a 10’ Redneck stand with 6x7 blind. Was really impressed with the stand so I bought a 2nd 10’ stand for my 4x4 blind

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