Ameristep Brickhouse Ground Blind
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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
- 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 4.2 out of 5 by 22
Rated 4 out of 5 by Hoparoo Pretty good
I have not fully used it to it's potential quite yet but like it so far. I bow hunt and it is large enough for me and my 30inch draw. It popped up pretty easy which was great and blended to my Mississippi woods pretty well. The window loops are quiet but a little frustrating, not too bad. Overall so far so good.
December 13, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Techsan Just Ok
Easy to set up and take down, but the material is not very durable. My opinion is probably a little skewed since the one I bought already had numerous holes in it when I took it out of the box. I suspect it was previously purchased and returned and just put back on the shelf. I obviously returned it and made sure the customer service person knew that it was damaged. The mesh was easy to see through for the most part except when sun is glaring directly on it. If you were to get a new one without any holes it could be useful, but I would not expect it to be a long-term solution.
October 10, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Cajuntec1 Inexpensive. But problematic.
Bought one in 2011. Used for a month before putting it away. Didn't hunt in 2012. Broke it out for the 2013 archery season, and all of the poles popped through the holders in the bottom. I had to sew all 8 of them back closed again so the poles had something to push against so that the hubs would stay popped out. Shoot-Thru Mesh screens tore right below the velcro on the top, making them useless, so I removed them. It's an inexpensive blind, and the old adage of "you get what you pay for" definitely applies here. I'm still going to use it for the 2013 season, but I'll be replacing it before the 2014 season with something more durable.
September 14, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by jdogg77 Ameristep Groundblinds
Great blind, great shooting holes, very roomy. Only issue was the durability: steak holes ripped off during moderate winds.
June 30, 2013
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