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walks with a gimp 03-Feb-17
Greg Kush 03-Feb-17
Hello.....I just want to pick your brain to see if there is an interest in something that I developed and made. I am from SD, I've been bowhunter for 40yrs. I am fortunate to hunt both sides of our state. I designed and built a round bale blind that requires no tools....weighs under 30 lbs, and takes one person approx. 1/2 an hour to set up. I hunted out of it last fall....it stands up to our SD wind. I just want your feedback as bow hunters if you think that there is a need for this type of blind. Thanks for reading this......look forward to your replies.
I would be interested in one and would like to see a picture of it. Thanks. Ken
From: walks with a gimp
I made one also back in '02 for antelope hunting. It worked well and I could move it while inside of it. Critters didn't pay any attention to it and even had a grouse land on it. I think they have more merit than a conventional camo pop up type blind but the nod goes to the pop up for ease of transport. Good luck with your idea!
To answer your questions....it is very mobile....I designed so I could hunt close to home, pack it up, and head out west and hunt muleys, that's why it's light. I am enclosing a pic .....I am in the process of trying to get a provisional patent....so please understand that I can't be too descriptive at this point.
From: Greg Kush
I shoot a recurve. Is it tall enough for a stickbow?
I would buy one. What would the price point be. Thanks. Ken
I am going to try to keep the price around $400.....You can shoot a stick bow from it .....sitting gets a little tight on the top (depending on length).....kneeling most definatley