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Boat blind build.

Postby RShockley » Sun Oct 27, 2013 7:59 pm

Finally getting the blind finished up on our old boat.
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Just have to finish getting everything brushed in and we will be set to go.
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Re: Boat blind build.

Postby RShockley » Sun Nov 03, 2013 1:46 pm

All ready this morning. Even put in a shelf. Any recommendations or ideas?
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Re: Boat blind build.

Postby t_baker » Sun Nov 03, 2013 6:53 pm

Looks great. I like the design. Materials just suck. You WILL break that PVC. I would use it till it turns brittle and then swap it out for some EMT conduit.

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Re: Boat blind build.

Postby RShockley » Mon Nov 04, 2013 2:13 pm

We have put a boat cover over it to keep it out of the sun so it will hopefully last a bit longer. The boat cover also helps keep the Avery real grass from taking on all the wind on the way to hunt. Once this one gets brittle probable going to change the design a little. Either lowering the sides a bit or making a collapsible one. Right now it is a little difficult to see really well while driving. Fortunately my dads pretty tall so he can see a little better then I can. I'll keep EMT conduit in mind for a rebuild.
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