Question on layout blinds

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Question on layout blinds

Postby MallardKiller » Sun Mar 06, 2005 8:48 pm

I was wondering what blind is there that is good that is around 135 to 150 dollars that is good for duck and goose hunting

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Postby duckweed » Thu Mar 10, 2005 8:31 pm

i would have to say to go with the Ameristep Fieldhouse Goose blind, i have used it and it has worked great for me. it only costs $99.99 at cabelas, but someone might know a better one and if they do let me know too. let me know if you have any more ?'s.
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Postby Brett Beinke » Fri May 06, 2005 12:21 pm

At the price range you are looking at the Avery Power Hunter in Field Khaki is a very good blind.
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Postby vikingsfan » Fri May 06, 2005 1:30 pm

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Postby puddlerjumper » Fri May 06, 2005 10:31 pm

Some people like the power hunter, and for good reason. It's light weight, it's durable, and its comfortable. I don't like it. I have hunted out of one several times, and didn't like how large the stubble straps were. You couldn't stuff something in them and expect it to stay. Now, if you used zip-ties, it may work. Another thing, I don't like having the gun outside the blind. The mesh is a big defect if you ask me. I find it hard to see through even when birds are close, I don't like feeling so closed in. The flip top was a nuisence. One good thing is how quick it is to set up, you can easily get it ready to shoot out of in less than a minute if you were really trying. I don't like how difficult it is to get in and out of the blind, especially with waders. I ended up taking the blind back, and spending a little bit more and buying the avery finisher. It is awesome. If you have a bass pro in your area, or if the have the sales in the online stores, around September 1st, they have the sale called the 'Fall Hunting Classic'. With that sale, they mark the field khaki avery finishers down to 150. You cannot beat that. I use field khaki and it is just as good as anything else.
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Postby Drew Willemsen » Sun May 08, 2005 9:11 pm

If I were you I would save a few more bucks and get a Khaki Finisher, you still got a lil bit of time to save before the 2005 Fall season starts too ;)
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Postby Franchi » Thu May 19, 2005 9:35 am

Check Ebay for these. They have really good prices.
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