Ameristep® Lightspeed CRUSH™ Ground Blind
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- Patented Lightspeed single hub frame
- Ideal for crossbow and firearm hunting
- Lightweight and portable 8 lb. design
- Easy to set up and transport
The Ameristep Lightspeed CRUSH Ground Blind allows you to set up an effective ground blind anywhere that you want to pursue your game. The Patented Lightspeed single hub frame is easy to set up, transport and take down, so you will never be limited in your hunting opportunities. The Lightspeed CRUSH Ground Blind is ideal for crossbow and firearm hunting for any type of game. The lightweight design is just 8 lbs. 69" shooting width x 98" front width x 67" back width x 60" deep x 60" tall.
Manufacturer model #: 3601.
Rated 3 out of 5 by 2
Rated 5 out of 5 by DeerThug50 Awesome Blind
Alright guys I've seen a lot of reviews where guys hate these blind and give these thing bad reviews well I'm here to tell ya this thing is the best $130 I've spent on hunting gear I would definitely recommend it to anyone.
March 29, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by kwg63 Limited use blind!
OK, first the good things about this blind:
It is light weight and the set-up is fast and simple.
The negatives however far outweigh the positives:
This blind would be OK for one using a firearm but it is not good for the person using a bow or crossbow. Most hunters will sit back as far away from the window as possible but the footprint on this blind will keep the hunter too close to the opening. This blind is not a good blind for 2 persons. I am not saying 2 people can't get in there, it is just too small, in my opinion. Another point is that the netting is sewed into the blind window. You cannot remove it, unless you cut it out. The material this blind is made of is not the same density as the more traditional blinds from Ameristep and the weight obviously reflects that.(Personally I prefer the Brickhouse blind.) Also, if you use this blind in snow, be prepared for the zipper opening to freeze near the ground. My blind actually collapsed with a relatively small amount of ice and snow on it. I think the only good scenario for this blind would be for the rifle hunter that is running and gunning and going to place it somewhere he/she would expect to get a shot somewhere over 50 yards. I would not use this blind in close if I had another more traditional blind available. I would not buy this blind again. Spend a few extra bucks and get something better.
December 14, 2013
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