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Made a hunting Blind

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    RTR
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    Cost under $100.00 to make ….Weighs 25-30 pounds…. room for 2 shooters on seats…Keeps you warm & dry….Fits in back of truck …windows roll up & down:)

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    Acruz
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    Nice job. Looks perfect from here.

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    Hugo619
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    That’s pretty crafty!! Great work!!

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    RTR
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    Different throw on camo netting  pattern for different terrain.

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    Ranchibi
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    Very nice blind you built there! 👍

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    Corvid_hunter
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    That is a very nice looking blind. If possible, see if you can make the interior color black. It would help a little bit.

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    RTR
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    Corvid_hunter

    That is a very nice looking blind. If possible, see if you can make the interior color black. It would help a little bit.

    Usually(if I think they can see me) I'll just roll the window down and stick the gun out . Or with the camo netting(in last pix.), just shoot through it.

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    Bob_O
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    Wow…..very nice!! 😮

    Now all I need is a pickup truck. 😐

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    JT207
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    Very cool design.  Is that pex tubing you used for the arches?  If so, how did you attach the wood slats to the tubing?  Maybe Zip ties?

    Good looking blind great job.

    JT

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    RTR
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    Secured tarp and camo to base 2x2s with heavy staple-gun.

     

       

    zip ties at every intersection.                                                     Fasteners for the 2×2 base boards

    JT207

    Very cool design.  Is that pex tubing you used for the arches?  If so, how did you attach the wood slats to the tubing?  Maybe Zip ties?

    Good looking blind great job.

    JT

    The base is made of (4)  2x2s  .52"  And 72" long. Holes were drilled  in the (2) 72" long 2X2s every 12" for the 1/2"X10 Ft. PVC tubing (ribs). Used TONS of zip-ties for fasteners.

    ill take some more pix of it.

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    RTR
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    And in some places I used 90 pound braided fishing line to secure for wind and to take up some slack in the tarp & camo .The whole idea was to make it as strong,lightweight,waterproof, as possible.

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