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    JDK
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    Joined: 15 Apr 2013
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    Location: Larimer County

    PostPosted: Thu Mar 31, 2016 1:22 AM    Post subject: Banded brand blinds Reply with quote

    Does anyone have experience with Banded's blinds? Two categories of concern: 1) stationary blind at my lease and 2) mobile blind to setup/breakdown for 1 day hunts. Considering buying two, one for each situation. So seeking feedback on:
    - overall opinions and experiences?
    - does the material hold up over time/multiple seasons?
    - weight/packability/size when broken down for those 1 day hunts (couldn't find weight in my searches)?
    - functionality of the slide-roof?
    - ability to brush the sucker in quickly for a good hide on the 1 day hunts?

    I've seen them used on the TeeVee, especially Mr. Belding's show, and they seem pretty solid for the price. I would be very appreciative for any feedback before I hit "send to cart."

    Thanks fellas cheers
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    Ram_AJG
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    Joined: 06 Feb 2012
    Posts: 157
    Location: Fort Collins

    PostPosted: Fri Apr 01, 2016 5:10 AM    Post subject: avain Reply with quote

    the avian a frame blind i like alot more. I have used the both brands and think the a frame is much better than the ax blind. Easy to put together and take down, theres plenty of stubble straps, can hook two of them up very easy, and there very roomy inside.

    check out cabelas for the a frame. I have seen them on there deeply discounted.
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    JDK
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    PostPosted: Sat Apr 09, 2016 8:02 PM    Post subject: Reply with quote

    Thanks for the advice, RAM. Definitely looks like a good option. I definitely like the non-boxy shape and lighter weight. Appreciate the tip!
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