Any Feedback on this?

Discussion in 'General Chatter & Off Topic' started by jake, Feb 24, 2015.

  1. jake

    jake Member

  2. bunyip slayer

    bunyip slayer Active Member

    Thats great!like a invisible suit! like the way it folds up.not just good for hunters but hippy bird watchers as well!maybe even the army some how could use it.boarder patrol.
     
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  3. xcaliber

    xcaliber Active Member

    I have seen one in the field, and they are very nice! A bit pricey, and most average size guys will be bent over a bit sitting behind it, could make for a long morning, or afternoon. I would still like to try one though! :cool:
     
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  4. robertyb

    robertyb Member

    My 6' 4" nephew just bought the Predator and does not have to bend at all sitting in his chair behind it. I am 5' 11" and have no problems with it either. Neither of us have tried the smaller Run & Gun blind yet. It might make him bend over for certain. :)
     
  5. Oppie

    Oppie Active Member

    Be pretty cool for turkeys.
     
  6. robertyb

    robertyb Member

    That is what he got the larger Predator blind (46") for. I think it will make a better blind for quick same day setups on deer.
    I might break down and get a run n gun ghost blind (26") for turkeys but I already have two DB blinds so can't make up my mind.
     
  7. sruffer1

    sruffer1 Member

    gille suite
     
  8. bunyip slayer

    bunyip slayer Active Member

    A gilly style type suit or more like 3-D leaf style made out of the stuff that hide out is made from might work!
    My self ,i dont realy bother with flash camo,brown pants,green king gee shirt,and a shim over my hat and head is about it.but that blind is great idear!looks very effective.good on him for comeing up with something new and different!
     
  9. DeerBoy_NC

    DeerBoy_NC Member

    Been looking at these for a couple of years now. Looks great, just expensive and heavy. There are others that use mylar and one Shockey supports that you can carry. I wonder about the mylar one in the wind, if it would be loud Still a great idea and something I want to try on my next bison hunt...God willing.....something like this should let me stalk up very close unnoticed.
     
  10. sruffer1

    sruffer1 Member

    i have 3 different kinds the pancho very light . the string suite everything sticks to the first two. then the jackel i like. this the best nothing sticks to it a good seat is a must to be still
     

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