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Double Bull T2 Ground Blind
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Contributors to this thread:
Archer Ontario 30-Apr-22
JTreeman 30-Apr-22
Sivart 30-Apr-22
Knife2sharp 30-Apr-22
Dale06 30-Apr-22
Dino 30-Apr-22
Kodiak 30-Apr-22
midwest 30-Apr-22
Archer Ontario 30-Apr-22
Dale06 30-Apr-22
cptbs 30-Apr-22
Dale06 30-Apr-22
Knife2sharp 01-May-22
Sivart 01-May-22
'Ike' (Phone) 01-May-22
Tracker 01-May-22
hoytshooter1 02-May-22
Knife2sharp 02-May-22
hoytshooter1 02-May-22
bluedog 03-May-22
JohnMC 03-May-22
hoytshooter1 03-May-22
Bowfreak 03-May-22
30-Apr-22

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I use to have a Double Bull T2 ground blind I’m looking if anyone has one for sale , Loved this blind It was stolen and I can’t find a replacement

From: JTreeman
30-Apr-22
I have bought a couple over the last 4-5 years off of eBay. If you make an account you can set up key word alerts and it tells you when one is up for sale. That’s how I bought both mine, doesn’t seem like they come up that much, and be prepared to pay for them, they do not go cheap. Good luck.

—jim

From: Sivart
30-Apr-22
I don't know why they don't still make that blind.

It's was the only decent one person blind on the market. Been using mine for 20 years.

From: Knife2sharp
30-Apr-22

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Same, here, I have three blinds, first was the T2, and still my favorite. The next closest blind is the Shack Attack. My only complaint with that one is no portal windows in the 10 and 2 positions.

From: Dale06
30-Apr-22
I have one, probably 20 years old. It’s the predator brown version, like in above pic. Has not been out of the storage bag in more than 10 years. Has several broad holes in the mesh where I shot deer through the mesh. OP, if you are interested, pm me and we can see if we can make a deal.

From: Dino
30-Apr-22
Why do guys like the T2 so much?

From: Kodiak
30-Apr-22
My brother had a T2 ripped off on a Wyoming goat hunt.

That's why I like cheapo blinds like an ameristep doghouse, lolol.

30-Apr-22

Habitat for Wildlife's embedded Photo
Habitat for Wildlife's embedded Photo
Turkey hunting in one right now…high quality, light to carry, easy to set up.

A hen has been in my decoys for over 30 minutes this morning. She has a beard but is getting a pass.

From: midwest
30-Apr-22

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I have one of the originals. Don't know how long ago they started making them but that's how long I've had mine. A couple years ago, I came across one on fb marketplace. Virtually brand new and snagged it for $65!

Then I got a T5 from someone on here and have been using it ever since. Hope you got one bought from Dale. They are a great blind for a solo hunter.

30-Apr-22
PM sent Dale

From: Dale06
30-Apr-22
PM responded

From: cptbs
30-Apr-22
I recently found one at a thrift store for $25, looks like it was never used.

30-Apr-22

Habitat for Wildlife's embedded Photo
Habitat for Wildlife's embedded Photo
Some past years, this blind has brought me luck.

30-Apr-22

Habitat for Wildlife's embedded Photo
Habitat for Wildlife's embedded Photo

From: Dale06
30-Apr-22
Habitat, looks like a Texas heart shot. Those are deadly on turkeys.

From: Knife2sharp
01-May-22
They've been around since mid-late 90s. I still have their VHS tapes, amongst a crap ton of others, including the entire Primos Truth turkey series and Monster Bucks.

From: Sivart
01-May-22
The T2 is way lighter than the shack attack. And better material and camo, IMO

01-May-22
Great lil blind…

From: Tracker
01-May-22
I have an Original T2 that is in like new condition. I have 2 DB 360's that I usually hunt from. I have thought about selling the T2 but Im afraid I'll regret it so hang onto it. It is just so light that is perfect for walking in and doing a setup.

From: hoytshooter1
02-May-22
Not to highjack the thread... but, does anyone know where to get the carbon rods for these older double bulls. I have a BS5 that I bought in 2001/2002ish. I finally broke one of the hub rods last year. I've killed tons of critters out of it and don't want to retire it. Any help would be appreciated.

From: Knife2sharp
02-May-22
HS1, call customer service. I did several years ago and got new rods sent to me for an older model 5 hub blind.

From: hoytshooter1
02-May-22
Thanks Knife...

02-May-22
Hoyt,

Same as knife for me. They sent both sizes for very reasonable cost. Good luck!

From: bluedog
03-May-22
Not a T2 but I have a old model 5 I bought from Roger Yenn ( the "China Man") way back. It's stored in my garage, had it out a couple years ago, still in good shape. I'd sell it cheap to anybody that wants it.

Bought it because I had a antelope tag in Unit 1 back when lived in Tucson. Turned out I wasn't tough enough to use it much though. In the Arizona heat it was a sauna. LOL. Had a 8 day solo hunt, no antelope but countless encounters. Great trip

From: JohnMC
03-May-22

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dan aka hoytshooter

My buddy fixes his with chimney rods from home depot. You can't tell the difference from the originals. cut them to length and jb weld on caps.

From: hoytshooter1
03-May-22
Thanks John

From: Bowfreak
03-May-22
Just call Primos. They will send rods for the cost of shipping. The new rods aren't near as good as the originals. I broke one original rod years ago and I continue to break that very same rod every few years.

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