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Dan Mallia 24-Feb-17
Can anyone recommend a good inexpensive archery ground blind?
Find a used double bull. I have used other blinds and double bulls quality and usability are tough to beat. You really notice the quality on a windy day. Other blinds I have owned make noise and move. Double Bulls just are worth the extra money.
Get one soon, and practice setting it up, taking it down, and shooting from it. Not something you want to be figuring out on opening day.
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Depends how you want to use it. Double Bulls are awesome but they are heavier then most and they are expensive. I would recommend an Ameristep to start, they hold up well and are light and do not fad as a lot of others tend to do if left out for a a while. Scooby
I agree with Scooby...light and portable...and 1/4 the cost of a quality Double Bull..
From: Dan Mallia
Whichever one you get make sure you shoot from it!! And get the biggest one you can fit in. I bought a doghouse and when I practiced shooting from it, I soon realized that it wasn't going to work for me!
I have been real happy with the Doghouse...never had a shooting problem?? I put a metal "S" hook on the inside roof cross-over, hang my bow from it with arrow nocked...real easy to pull down, aim, and shoot...turkeys never know what hit em !!
Lots of room and good quality if you can find a decent deal on a Double bull-double wide.
a good double is hard to beat, but if the winds isn't going to blow a primos vision is good too
I used a Herters pop up on a Coues hunt this past January and it was really nice, light, and cheap. I shoot a 56 inch longbow and had no issues with it.