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  1. ThunderMountain Tactical

    May 4, 2016 at 7:34 am

    Looks cool, Good luck!

    • Wyoming Hunter

      May 4, 2016 at 8:01 pm

      +ThunderMountain Tactical thank you. My son and I are excited. I can’t believe how different it its shoot from a blind. I’m glad I took the time to set it up and practice shooting from it.

  2. TheKevinwildman

    June 21, 2016 at 12:18 am

    I love those blinds here’s a little tip for you, because I had this happen to me twice.
    Put the door facing towards the field or where ever you shooting because I had deer and turkeys sneak up behind me and I could do anything but if you had the door facing the field and modify the small windows so be easy to take down without any noise when there is a deer or turkey come up behind you.

    • Wyoming Hunter

      June 21, 2016 at 12:50 am

      Hey thanks. I did actually have a turkey come in behind me. I was able to get the door opens enough to shoot, but the bird didn’t come close enough to shoot.
      Also I had someone tell me these blinds are crappy in the wind, but I had to deal with wind and it worked just fine. I did have to use the guy roped though. Thanks for watching. I hope I can get something killed on film using this blind.

  3. I think this will work for me and my crossbow. Thanks for the video.

    • No Problem. I think it would work great with a crossbow. I don’t think it’s quite a two man though. When shooting a bow there isn’t much room for another man to be in there.

    • Yeah I see I did plan to get it for myself and inform a friend of it and it is on sale at dicks for $59.

  4. You did goos with your grouping.

  5. What bow are you shooting?

  6. cool video

  7. I have one of these blinds and I also use it for crossbow hunting only. your right. it’s really a one man blind.

  8. Anthony Ferrara

    May 15, 2017 at 2:50 am

    U have the lowest rear elbow position ive ever seen. If it works it works but ur form is definitely unique… Just got one of these too for a try at a turkey a bow.

    • Wyoming Hunter

      May 15, 2017 at 4:09 am

      Anthony Ferrara haha I had to watch the video, and get my bow out and draw it to make sure. So that was my first time shooting from the blind. I was to far back in the blind so I believe I was dropping my elbow because I was hitting the back of the blind. I never noticed it until you said something. I have since positioned myself further forward in the blind to give myself more room to draw. If you watch my 2916 archery antelope video you can kinda see that I have more room and my arm is at 90 degrees. I just shot a turkey last month out of my blind. I actually had to scramble and unzip one of the side windows to get a shot. The zipper never bothered the bird, and he was only 14 yards away!

  9. I bought this same blind last year. Its a Ok blind.Like you i was disappointed on the size.I set mine up the fist time at my cabin and went to install my roof rods and found out that two yes two of the pockets to hold the roof rods are sewn in upside down
    so i had no way to install the rods.Just came up with a fix and hope it works.

    • That sucks they messed yours up! For the price and the amount I use it, I don’t think there is a better deal out there. I only use mine for turkey hunting, and Ive used it one time for pronghorn hunting.

  10. Man that draw length is way way to long for you

    • David Moore it’s actually not the draw length. It was the peep, it was to low so I would anchor high. I have raised the peep and it works a lot better now. When I draw now it comes right to the tip of my nose. I don’t use the pro shop anymore that originally set this bow up.

  11. I have a hard time drawing my bow unless I’m standing up
    Nice video thanks

    • Just a tip, Try going down in weight on your bow or try and exercise the muscles used for archery more. Trouble drawing back while sitting is mostly due to your bow weight is to high. And for all you guys who draw back by pulling to your chest and hiking the bow in the air to help you draw back, same issue of improper form due to to your bow being set to high. With proper form it becomes one smooth motion.

  12. Northwoods Acres

    October 31, 2017 at 3:08 pm

    I used a ground blind last year (not the one you reviewed) and I loved it. I live in a cold climate and it made a huge difference. I was surprised that the deer did not seem that aware I was there. The one thing about ground blinds is that if the blind is too short, or your bow is too big, the blind will not work. But if your bow is nice and compact, this is a great way to hunt.

  13. I have this blind I’ve killed turkeys and deer out of it no deer with a bow but with a crossbow. Very small for drawing a bow back with the arrow sticking out the front and then their elbow when the drawing back. Spook turkeys both times but I got them it works

  14. My dog house blind is perfect

  15. Brandon Taylor

    April 28, 2018 at 9:23 am

    I just purchased one for turkey hunting since I fidget like a 5 year old. It seems like a good value with enough room for a second person.

  16. thomas glandon

    May 28, 2018 at 5:28 pm

    try folding it back up, you will be sorry.

  17. Ground blinds are like tents….they are never suitable for the number of people they say they are…always get the biggest one…so glad I did

  18. *Great blind>>>**** Very quick to set up and break down. Well designed and constructed. Plenty of room for two people. I used it for turkey hunting this morning. First day of the season and I got a bird at 5:55AM. Had to be the blind*

  19. That looks really uncomfortable man i had the same blind i sold it got the double bull hope it works this weekend

    • andrew I can’t argue with you, it’s definitely not the greatest but I only use a blind for a couple days a year so the cheap one is the way I go.

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