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A frame blinds

by Bman71 » Mon Jan 07, 2019 10:14 pm

Has anybody used the new Redneck waterfowl blind? If so how well does it work and does it work well in open fields like the Avian X blind.
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Re: A frame blinds

by Kelly Hannan » Wed Jan 09, 2019 8:23 pm

I just got one, haven't hunted it yet. Assembly takes time, I'm hoping I can leave it set up and make room in trailer. Seems well built, plenty of room for 2, maybe 3. Personally I think it needs to be set up in a fence row or tall grass, but I will be trying it in the open soon.
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Re: A frame blinds

by Bman71 » Thu Jan 17, 2019 10:03 pm

Kelly Hannan wrote:I just got one, haven't hunted it yet. Assembly takes time, I'm hoping I can leave it set up and make room in trailer. Seems well built, plenty of room for 2, maybe 3. Personally I think it needs to be set up in a fence row or tall grass, but I will be trying it in the open soon.



I will be looking for your update. Our group is looking at buying a couple
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Re: A frame blinds

by Kelly Hannan » Sat Jan 19, 2019 5:55 pm

only had it out one time. might be crowded for 3 hunters I was alone. It's a little hard to get in and out of. Other than that I liked it.
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