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hey, anybody know of a good, inexpensive field blind with vegetation straps on it that i can put grass in, ill be hunting in winter wheat, corn, stubble, and beans, everything you can think of, even using it beside ponds, it needs to be anywhere from 50 to 230 bucks, i want it to be low profile, and i need to stay dry/warm in it, ill be wearing gortex so i can hold off the cold for a while, but i need something that can hold its own, and is reliable, possibly an x-terminator from goose view, or a goose grabber from goose view, its like a cover or something, or maybe a powerhunter from avery, any suggestions are greatly appreciated
 

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I'm gunna go with the power hunter from avery this year. I've done TONS af reserch on them and to me their the best low-cost blind out there. Here's the web page to them... :www.averyoutdoors.com. Then click on the blinds section, scroll down a waz and there down there... Has all kinds of succes storys and even a few videos. :mrgreen: Hope it helps!!!

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No, I don't own a layout blind yet, but like I said I plan to purchess 2 power hunters for next season....

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In my experience of using layout blinds for field hunting for the the last 5 seasons, I think Final Approach is still the Cadillac of the blinds out there.

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i understand what youre saying, but really, i just need something that can take a beating, like the power hunter from what all i have heard or the xterminator, and isnt too expensive, i dont like cadillacs, i like chevrolets
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I use an Avery Finisher. Really portable, easy to camo up, durable, and 'hunts' good. Probabaly costs $250.
 

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are averys made in america? i heard somehwere that those there were layout blinds on the market that were made in china and had plastic brakets and pvc framing and they broke really easy, just wondering, or was it final approach
 

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All of Averys stuff is made in Communist China now a days... :pissed:

Average US manufacturing job payd $16 a hour, $2 in Mexico and 30 cents in China...

Keep US jobs here--buy American when possible :yes: :thumbsup: I have both, FA is better quality like I already mentioned. In all fairness I do not know where FA makes their blinds.
 

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Avery finisher is good! Its packable and durable. The Eliminators are big except for the one.....what ever model. We have used the Avery with much success. One thing to keep in mind is which ever you get choose the shadow grass camo NOT the Max camo, its too dark and harder to hide
 
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