Hunter's Specialties® H.S. Camo® Camo Blind Netting
- Versatile camo material quickly conceals
- Lightweight, see-thru nylon mesh
Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by NEhunterguy Pretty lame Get more than a foot away from this stuff and it's completely see-through. I knew it wasn't going to be anything like burlap but it's pretty much a complete waste of time using this stuff because it is so see-through. Don't waste your money. December 25, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by ThompsonGunner1 Camo Blind Netting This is great stuff. Very light weight and does what it was created for, which is to make something under it invisible in the woods. This is netting only, if you want gromet holes you will have to add them yourself. Also, its netting, so you need to have earth colors underneath it to be 'invisible". There simply is no way to make camo netting cover bright colors so don't ding this product because of that. If you want something lightweight to carry into the woods to hide you or your gear from alien eyes...this does the trick very well. August 19, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by DraketheSnake JUNK I wrapped my duck blind in this material and it was the worst. I stood ten feet back from the blind and it was completely see through. DO NOT BUY THIS IF YOU WANT TO HIDE FROM THE DUCKS!!! If you want them to see everything in your boat and all of you, purchase this. August 2, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by storm1 ok The produck was not what I was looking for.It didnt realy hide my tree stand. But I used it with burlap. It did work better with my ground blind. November 9, 2010
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A:Its a nylon netting. Being netting, it should dry very quickly which would prevent rot unless its put away wet in a place it can not dry properly.
A:No see ums would have you for lunch! Deer flies would not get through it. That about describes the size of the netting!
Details:The write up says that it is see through. Can I shoot through it with my bow? Can i use it as shoot through windows in a ground blind?
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A:Its just netting. I would be worried about shooting through it unless I actually cut a hole in it. I do not think it would be safe to just cut a slot and shoot through it.
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A:I have felt it before and it is a little stiffer than most shoot through mesh on ground blinds. If it is kept very tight it may work, but my inclination would be to ask certain ground blind manufacturers for a few yards of their shoot through material to be on the safe side.
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