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I have had several blinds in the past, but now I'm looking for one that easy to take down, easy to carry, has no zipper, super quite and one that allows more than 2 hunters and you can stand up in. Hope I'm not asking to much out of a blind
Would like all suggestion and where to buy at
Thanks for y'all input in advance
 

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Thank you, I will check it out also
 

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Best blind I had was two T-post drove in the ground, bailing wire between the post and cedar tops tied into the wire. sit behind that and had deer and turkeys walk right past me, none the wiser.
 

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I think most blinds are sold for convenience to set up, ease in reuse/relocating, use in areas where there are no/few native materials to build your own(like the West), protection from the elements, etc.
 

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Store bought blinds . Personally , I'd like one tall enough , where I didn't have to bend way down . Had looked at : Barronett & Borderton . Now , for quick , up and move . I cut a few wood sticks / camo netting / clothes pins . Put your sticks up , zip tie cross sticks , netting around frame , clothes pins to hold fabric . I use my comfortable fold out canvas chair . Doze off , a bit - here and there .
 
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