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Is it just me, or is this thing a tad pricy at 200.00?

Old 07-29-2009, 04:54 PM
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Ground Blind AccessoriesBy: Tracy Breen
2/28/2009

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With the popularity of ground blinds on the rise, a number of new ground blind accessories have appeared on the market almost as fast as the blinds. Below are a few must-have ground blind accessories.

There are lots of chair options for ground blind hunters. There are lightweight fold-up chairs, lawn chairs, and my favorite‚Ķif I want a sore back - the five gallon bucket. There is now a new chair that was designed by Huntmore Products called the 360¬ļ Hunting Stool. The stool is compact, folds up and slips into a pack that can be carried over the shoulder. At eight pounds, the stool is slightly heavier than most chairs, but the added benefits of the stool outweigh being a little heavy.
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Old 07-29-2009, 05:42 PM
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I tried out this stool at the Birmingham AL Deer Expo a couple of weeks ago and it's a great stool, very sturdy and comfortable for us larger hunters BUT at $199 show price I almost had a heart attack. Thanks but no thanks, I'll buy a couple of Wallyworld foldable chairs a year.
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Old 07-30-2009, 03:33 AM
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For $50 you could buy a nice chair blind and sit in comfortable concealment. Most even have cup holders.

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Old 07-30-2009, 06:41 AM
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$200 for a stool? Yes, that's kinda crazy. I've never had any problem with a normal folding chair. Those director-chair style with the flip up tables on the side are great! I guess that stool is easy to carry around with you, though, if you're carrying everything in with you the morning of your hunt.
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