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The Ameristep® Brickhouse Ground Blind sets up and takes down in a flash and is incredibly stable in windy conditions to avoid spooking game. The Brickhouse features our Durashell™ Fabric and a rugged Hub-Wall design, with carbon-enhanced ShadowGuard™ to conceal your movements inside the blind. Shoot-thru mesh keeps insects at bay. Includes stakes and high-wind tiedowns, plus a backpack carrying case. Ceiling height: 66''. Hub to Hub: 75'' x 75''. Weight: 18 lbs. Imported.
Incredibly stable in windy conditions to avoid spooking game
Carbon-enhanced ShadowGuard conceals movement within blind
haven't got to hunt from the blind yet but put my blind up in the pecan grove i hunt in with 14"v stakes not the ones it came with and the next day had a storm blow through with 70mph+ winds went back out the next day expecting to find the blind damaged or just gone to my surprise it had weathered the storm perfectly there were several trees in the grove damaged a couple uprooted the brickhouse is a fitting name for this blind
September 11, 2012
good, not great buy
All features on this blind were great except for the wrap around hook and loop windows. If this blind had magnetic windows...it would be a great value. Set up was very easy. Roomy enough for two bow hunters. Seems durable but I have only used on one hunt so far. Zippers worked great. The full seam hook and loop windows is the only downside. They are VERY loud and you must be thinking way ahead and drop down the windows right when you first get set up. Otherwise...you will scare off every game animal for 200 yards trying to open the window. I would also like to see this blind maker start putting some small sewn in loops on the top and side of the blind to assist in hanging some cut limbs and additional cover onto. Since the material is slick and has no such loops...it is very hard to "cover in" this blind.
June 4, 2012
This blind is awesome. Extremely easy to set up and tear down. Very light and portable. Dependency of shooting windows.
May 13, 2012
was better than expected. set it up inside, played with it cool. i think it will be just fine. will fit two people easy
October 17, 2011
I bought this one blind recently that was terrible; you couldn't make it fit back in the box the way it was made. Does this use poles like a regular tent, or does it have this one piece flexible plastic rod inside?
4 weeks ago
there are videos on youtube showing how to put up and take down the brickhouse blind its very easy to do after watching
I have hunted the last four years with just a camo burlap blind. I would like too switch to a pop up blind. I would need one big enough for me and my son. I was thinking about the Brickhouse blind. I only shotgun hunt.
Are you sure that the "hub-to-hub" dimensions of this blind aren't more like 75" instead of the listed 60"? If its base is 5 feet (60") square, then the hubs, which sit out wider to the side by 12-15", are considerably wider. If so, you might want to fix the listing. The Ameristep Brickhouse is usually listed elsewhere as having a 74"+ hub-to-hub width. That's important to hunters. A 60" hub-to-hub blind would be tiny.
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