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A good archery ground bling for under $200?

Old 04-10-2009, 09:14 PM
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Default A good archery ground bling for under $200?

Ive got a fall turkey hunt planned for the upcoming fall and I would really love to dio it with a bow however as a full time college student money is a little tight. I would like to spend under $200, ive been looking around on ebay and most everything in that range seems to be made for a gun because they have really high windows. So my question, does anyone know of a good archery ground blind for under $200? Thanks, Sean
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Old 04-11-2009, 07:45 AM
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That's a tough one. Check out some of the big box stores in your area. You can make the ones with higher windows work for archery. You just have to adjust your shooting position.

I have shot a bow out of all sorts of blinds. You can make it work if you want to bad enough. Bottom line is you really get what you pay for in a blind, but sometimes the $$ aren't there and I understand that.

I have a supplier that has some old style Double Bulls at unbelievable prices. If you are interested shoot me a PM and maybe I can help you out.

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Old 04-11-2009, 07:59 AM
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Default RE: A good archery ground bling for under $200?

You can look at the Ameristep models if your budget stays at $200. They're quite reasonable for a low priced blind...the main thing with the cheaper blinds is that they will NOT endure opening or closing in the wrong sequence. Most times the aluminum heads on the fiber sticks will break.
The Doublebull blind however does takequite a bit ofabuse, you should really see what MeanV has to offer...you would NOT go wrong with a doublebull blind...period!!!
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Old 04-11-2009, 08:01 AM
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Also for a lower priced blind the Primos offering are pretty decent.

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Old 04-11-2009, 08:41 AM
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I AGREE WHAT THESE GUYS ARE SAYING ABOUT YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR,BUT IF YOUR BUDGET IS TIGHT CHECK OUT THE DOGHOUSE BLIND BY AMERISTEP,I CAUGHT THIS BLIND ON SALE AT A LARGE LOCAL SPORTING GOODS STORE FOR LIKE 50.00 BUCKS,A DOUBLEBULL IT IS NOT AND i WAS A LITTLE CRAMPED IN IT WHEN DRAWING MY BOW,BUT I'M ALSO A PRETTY BIG FELLA,BUT THE ONE TIME I HUNTED FROM IT I SCORED ON A NICE DOE.
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Old 04-12-2009, 12:47 PM
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Ameristep tomtaker $200 with a $50 rebate at cabellas. I like mine.

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