Banded Axe Combo Boat/Shore Blind
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- Turns your boat into a floating blind
- Easy set up
- Quick-slide top cover for easy shooting
- 600D weather/wind-resistant fabric
- Dog door
- Adjustable shooting/viewing area
- Vegetation straps inside boat frame design
- Folds flat
- Leg kit converts boat blind into shore blind
- Legs adjust from ground level to 15"
Turns your boat into a floating blind! Easy to set up, the Axe Combo Boat/Shore Blind features a quick-slide top cover for easy shooting, 600D weather/wind-resistant fabric, dog door, adjustable shooting/viewing area, vegetation straps inside boat frame design, and folds flat. Leg kit (sold separately) converts boat blind into shore blind; legs adjust from ground level to 15".
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1
Rated 5 out of 5 by PublicLandHunter2011 Great Product-The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly
I purchased the 11' Banded Axe Combo a few weeks ago to put in my 15x50 flat bottom. All together it took me a little over an hour to put it together, grass it, and put in boat even after taking a few parts apart due to the confusing instructions.
The blind turned out great and fit in the boat perfect. The top cover is the main reason I bought this blind. The second is due to it being able to fold up with in 5-10 seconds. The dog door will work great and is in a good position for a ladder out the back side of the boat. Straps to hold grass on are all over the place and very easy to get to. Should kill a lot of ducks under this.
After finding out how to put the blind together it turned out great. I used a drill and a wrench to put it together and it went very smoothly. I did this in a garage in 90 degree weather and it went great. I called Basspro that night on not receiving the part I and they are sending the parts out today. Great Customer Service.
The instructions need more detail, for instance there is nothing telling you which is the top and bottom, At the top left it will show the top and the bottom right of the diagram will be the bottom of the blind. Also need to remember to put the brackets for the top on before hand. Also remember the brackets that hold the blind in fold in towards the center, so don't screw them in until you test that.After looking at the instructions it makes since but starting out I would think you would want to build it from the ground up just like anything else is.I did not receive part I #holds bracket up in the front of the blind.
July 18, 2013
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