Ground blinds for hunting come in all styles, shapes, and sizes. Durability and reliability, especially during periods of nasty weather, are as essential to a hunter as concealment. Lightweight pop-up blinds have their place, but many hunters opt to situate a blind in a desirable location and leave it for weeks or longer. It’s frustrating when you show up to hunt only to find those lightweight blinds battered and broken, lying in a muddy ditch or twisted against a tree. It is all too easy for those blinds to be ripped from the ground during a windy storm.
Millennium Treestands’ GB-100 Buck Blind offers relief, giving added security to hunters who want their blinds to stay put. Weighing in at almost 83 pounds, it stands tough as a beefy blind. Its anchoring system is robust, using steel ground stakes that are ½-inch thick and 18 inches long. These stakes help ensure that wind gusts don’t enter at ground level and upend the blind.
The frame is constructed of heavy-duty, powder- coated steel, not lightweight fiberglass that can snap when stressed. The heavy-duty outer shell is made from water-resistant fabric. Loops added to the material make brushing out the blind a breeze. The loops can also add rope tie-downs for further strength and durability.
The GB-100 Buck Blind can be erected on the ground or on an existing platform. The multi-configuration windows and interior are black, affording ultimate concealment. Each window has an adjustable height shooting rest, making it ideal for rifle, shotgun, or crossbow hunting. It’s big enough to accommodate standing shots with a bow, at 84 inches wide, 48 inches long, and 84 inches tall in the center. With so much room, sleeping out in your blind is no issue. The GB-100 Buck Blind is built for comfortable, long-haul hunts when needed.
While the GB-100 Buck Blind is no run-and-gun lightweight, hunters looking for a durable, reliable, and portable alternative to costly fixed blinds made from wood or plastics will find it an outstanding solution.
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