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carolinagreenhead wrote:I think the use of a mirror is a good idea, however, what happens when the sun shines down on it? You will get a huge reflection of light which will not look natural at all. Unless, I guess, you have it hidden well enough that the sun doesn't shine on it. Just my 2 cents.
rabbitdundied wrote: I use my mojos in places I don't want birds to land.
huntall6 wrote:looks great . i think it'll work just fine. where did you get the material for the mirrors??
tenfingergrip wrote:Love it! Hope it works!
Were it mine, I would put a one way hinge on each of the 'lander' deke's pole at the top edge of the blind (cut the pole at that point) so they could flop to the outside (only) when you are ready to shoot. I would run a small 3/16 or 1/4 inch shock cord from the top of the pole where the 'lander' is attached, down to the middle of the top front of the blind frame. The shock cord will keep the 'lander' upright til ready to shoot, then just flip him to the side and out of the way. He'll go on his own from about 45 degrees. He'll stay down til you raise him back to upright position. When raised back up, the cord tension will hold him upright.
Just a thought.....looked like the landers may have a tendency to get in the way.
Keep us posted on the season success or failure. I like the "outside the box" thinking! Go for it!
jimmyp wrote:man that is awsome I really like it. I wonder if you would flare the base so it was 2-3 in wider than the top if it wouldnt help keep the reflection off of the ground......other than tha i like what youve done.
That is my thought....what am I missing?
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