Ameristep® Brickhouse Ground Blind
- Incredibly stable in windy conditions to avoid spooking game
- Carbon-enhanced ShadowGuard™ conceals movement within blind
- Durashell™ Fabric
- Rugged Hub-Wall design
- Sets up and takes down in a flash
- Shoot-thru mesh keeps insects at bay
- Includes stakes and high-wind tiedowns
- Backpack carrying case
- Weight: 18 lbs.
- Ceiling Height: 66"
- Hub to Hub: 75" x 75"
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 great blind I have used many other blinds and this one is the easiest one to set up. May 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by jms12557 Great Blind and Price This is a great Blind at a great BASSPRO price.Set up first morning after receiving and within 2 hours filled my tag with a beautiful 8 point buck with a 20 yard bow shot .He and the 2 does he was with had no idea I was there thanks to the blind.Easy to see from all around and shoot from.Had tried stalking the buck for days with no luck but the Blind did the trick.Now my friends want one too. April 3, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 getting parts after deer hunt took the blind down no problem, took it down stairs to thaw out and a pole broke away from center hub, my mistake,so ordered another assembly ,well 3months later no new assembly has arrived, paid by visa. 3calls in to ameristep, saying its coming????? February 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by AFVET GREAT Blind I'm a big guy and the ceiling height and inside room is amazing. this blind has all the fetchers you could ever want, minus a heater. Most other blinds I sat in with a small stool, the window top was too low to see out of without slouching down, Not this blind. I will buy another just to have two set up in different locations on the farm. November 30, 2012
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Details: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?
A:This blind is very, very easy to set up AND take down.
A:It folds as easy as it sets up. As you take it down,it folds into itself. Wrap it up and stick it back in the bag. No problems. I cant stand to fight something back into its back. Not this one. Super easy.
A:This blind does not have a floor built in.
A:No floor in this blind. I have two blinds and neither one has a floor.
A:No. I would imagine if it did, it would be very noisy and you would have to sweep it out like a tent. No floor needed.
Details:how to the windows open? are they velcro or do they zipper or what?
A:The camo part of the window is closed with zippers and the camo screen is attached with Velcro.
A:It has "T-bone and Loop" closer witch make it very quiet to open a flap. Velcro and zippers would be very noisy to open, The flaps open whisper quiet.
Details: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.
A:I use a Brickhouse blind and it is very easy to set up and plenty of room for you and your son. I have had turkeys and deer walk 10 yards away and never even worried about the blind.
Details:I know this sounds like a stupid question, but what I'm wondering is, will the mesh interfere with the flight of an arrow or is the shoot through mesh only intended to be shot through by a firearm?
A:there are places were you can stick your gun threw and shoot and you can can shoot threw with a bow
A:Yes you can shoot through the mess with an arrow. I try and have the mess partially down in the direction I'm hunting just to eliminate any possibility of a deflection. If the windows behind you are closed, there is no Silhouette so having the mess partially down wont give you away.
A:I use mine almost exclusively for archery and yes, you can shoot a bow from it.
A:Yes to both. Windows are large enough to have a great field of view and are also large enough to shoot through without interferance.
A:The Ameristep® Brickhouse Ground Blind has the shoot-thru mesh.
Details: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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