Primos Ground Max Predator Den Blind For Archery?

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Primos Ground Max Predator Den Blind For Archery?

Postby usmc2220 » Sun Oct 26, 2008 1:43 pm ... 40014&rid= anyone use it? If so is it a good starter?

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Postby slicendice » Fri Jan 23, 2009 12:19 pm

I've never used that exact model, but it looks alot like the Double Bull I have and I think I heard Primos bought out Double Bull, so it should work just fine.
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Postby GroundSwatter » Fri Jan 23, 2009 12:55 pm

It looks like it should work. Just a matter of preference I prefer the 360 view windows.

I have the Ameristep Intimidator blind. They're a little more expensive, but I like the windows better than the one you showed. Ameristep also has a cheaper version with similar windows to the intimidator blinds.

You can also find the primos and ameristep blinds cheaper if you look at places aside from cabelas. sometimes carries hunting blinds.

I know that not all hub blinds are created equal, but from all the reviews I read, none of them are perfect, but most of them are descent. Primos and Ameristep both make pretty descent blinds.
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