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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
I ordered 2 of these pop up blinds. Have not used yet, but opened one up. Very roomy inside. Can't wait to get out in the field!
October 17, 2011
good affordable blind
I've purchaced many brickhose blinds before and have had great sucsess with them. They're simple to set up and take down and very roomy making it ideal for a bow hunter. The only dislike i have with the newer style is the windows.On the older style you could open one of the sides copletely having an area of about 20 inches x 60 inches to shot through. The new blind the three windows are much smaller giving you less shooting clearance thus only the 4 star rating.Overall the price and easy use makes this a great buy.
October 4, 2011
Ameristep Brickhouse Ground Blind
Bought a cheaply made blind last year and had a heck of a time putting it away. Also did not like the fact that I had a tough time seeing behind me. Not this blind....set it up 3 weeks ago and used it for the first day of archery. Loved it. Plenty of openings so you can see completely around you. Had three doe come within 15 yards of the blind and one was curious but did not run; while the other two ate and just walked on by. A lot of room inside so you can stand and move around without the deer seeing you. (Yeah I moved when the one was looking at me) Will be in it tomorrow for sure.
October 2, 2011
nice for the price
Haven't used this blind in the field yet, bought it to replace my last two, one blew away, the other was worn out. Camo pattern is open and not to dark, a big plus. The top edge has loops for adding your own camo, also a plus. I really like the windows, don't close with zippers, they use a hook and loop closure which is silent. The four main mesh areas have a shooting hole in the middle, great for getting ranges with your rangefinder while using screen windows, and you can shoot out the holes without damaging the mesh. Mesh windows are connected with velcro, loud, but ok if you remove it ahead of time or shoot through it. The smaller side panels have not open holes built in. Interior is black. Only zipper on blind is on the door, which has no corner windows. I have had problems with rodents chewing up zippers to get into blind when unattended. A solid blind, like the quality for the price.
September 16, 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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