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DJthedeerslayer

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Registered: 11/05/08
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Got tired of being just like every one else and hunting out of a pit, box blind, A frame, laydown etc. So i decided to try something new and give the geese something different to look at.... or not to look at.  They worked out pretty well for the first build of them and I will improve on a few things next year but regardless I like em.  Water proof, windproof, and Mr Buddy gets it toasty.  I put em on wheels so easy to roll around the field and on and off trailer.  Gonna set them up in some bean fields late summer to use em as a deer blind as well, well see how that works out.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After this tarped the whole thing with carpet glue and carpet glue then straw blankets~

 

 

 


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Wow very impressive work!

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very neat!

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pictures of finished inside?
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How do you climb into them and how do you see out of them to be able to call and to call the shot?

 

They look great.

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That's awesome! How heavy are they?
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There is a rectangle hinged door on one side.  Easy in easy out.  To see out of it you cut holes through the tarp and masonite but dont cut the hay.

 

Sorry didnt take any pics of the inside after done I will soon and post em.  Have a 12inch table in front with notches for guns and bench in the back 

 

They probably weigh 100lbs


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I like it
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Looks great!

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Those look great!

 

Now, just make sure all the bowhunters on your property know where you are......    I'd hate to see someone use your hay bale for target practice, especially if you are inside it at the time!

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Unreal! What a great idea and build!


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cool

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