Final Approach The Eliminator Express Blind
very good product
what i like the most is the gun support in front safe for the toes!!!!!!
October 27, 2011
WORST DESIGN EVER
just got this for christmas and i was a little concerned as i was setting it up if it was going to work well or not. so i gave it a try new years eve morning duck/goose hunting. worst lay out blind i have ever used, the doors dont even have bar hinges on them to open them up, the material just lays on you also i had a hard time keeping them closed. Not very roomy, im only 5'8" stocky 200 lbs. Gun rest poles woulnt stay in the holes plus the point of the gun rest is to rest it in a concealed way and it does the opposite. i will say it does hide its self pretty good since it doesnt have any kind of frame but that leads to why its uncomfortable
January 1, 2011
a good deal
I bought and used this blind for a NoDak duck hunt. Ducks landed on top of us. I used hemp twine cut to different lengths and unraveled to camo the blind for the cut wheat we hunted, and used a few handfuls of wheat straw to finish the job. The screens are difficult to see through and high winds wanted to blow open the flaps. I bent the screen wires down and looked through crack. I had to hold flaps closed with one hand and blew call with the other. Wear a facemask. I'm 5'9"/160 lbs. I'll probably rig a cord through inside flap handles to help keep flaps closed. It rained on us some and I stayed dry. A good deal for the price--got mine on sale.
October 28, 2009
Good for small or youth
I used this blind twice. I am 6' 195 pounds and was a bit cramped in the blind. It does not hold much gear and if you have a dog forget it. Second time I used it the weather was below freezing and when I opened it up the inside waterproofing cracked and split. This blind is good for youth, small hunters and those who do not hunt in damp locations. Best used in dry field locations. If you fit that description then you should purchase this blind and save $100 over the bigger blinds.
January 20, 2009