RedHead® Enigma Hub-Style Hunting Blind
A lightweight, compact collapsible ground blind, the RedHead® Enigma Hub-Style Hunting Blind is made of quiet microfiber for ultra-silent use. Featuring a black polyester-coated interior, large and small zippered windows, and shoot-thru mesh, this blind sets up quick and easy. Dimensions: 60" x 60" x 65". Color: Realtree APG™. Imported.
Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 Poor Quality After only a few hunting seasons this blind is falling apart.It has never been in the field for more than a few weeks at a time.Never abused.The Zippers are coming apart and the connection points where the support rods rotate are breaking.I'm very disappointed as we have maintained this blind very well.I'm not sure if parts are available ,I sure hope so ! *See photo of broken connection* March 10, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by fdm12 Good Design, Durability ? I purchased this blind a few years back. When I set it up I loved the roominess for bow hunting as well as visability. Unfortunaltely after I set it up in the woods, one week later a heavy snow storm hit and put about 8 inches of heavy snow on the blind which snapped 4 of the poles. You can not buy replacement poles so now I either have to jerry rig it or replace with another. December 17, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Sky1926 Solid Bow Blind KInd of a pain to get the top to "pop" out easy during set up but that could be just mine. Sides come out great. Fairly quiet zippers and has plenty of room for full draw, plus whatevery junk you wanna bring with you. Recommend normal sized chair. Shorter chairs make it difficult to shoot through the holes. Only a 4 due to the weird set up issue. Pretty great blind for the money. Makes me not worry about it breaking in winds because its cheap. October 29, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by lucymichaels best blind purchased Sorry,don't have a nickname except grandma !! I'm a disabled great-grandma,who loves hunting and the woods.The last purchase is the best for me,I finally found a blind that I can sit-up w/out any help,granted it takes me longer than most,but..... but " look Ma,I can do it by myself..ha,ha..and brush it up by myself..yeaaahh!!.. "Thank you basspro shop for the help finding it,but also for all the other items that you have for "mature" (he,he !! )young ladies like us...i.e.snake boots that fit,crossbow that works like a charm..well not for the deer..etc.thanks again and God bless. July 20, 2011
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A:pretty light..40 ish lbs? dont remember that much its been in the woods a while..straps make it easy to cary on your back..i didnt think it was anything difficult
A:Basspro-Redhead does not sell replacement poles. However, I had 4 poles snap in half from heavy snow accumulating on top of blind. I was able to repair the poles by placing the two pieces of each pole back together as close as possible. Then putting one layer only of gorilla tape on it to hold it together cleanly. Make sure it's same length as unbroken poles (40"). Then slide the pole back into the hub collar on the blind. Now slide a cut to length piece of 1/2" PVC tubing over the taped pole. Repeat for each broken pole. This worked for me and I spent less than $10 on supplies. Of course if Basspro would take it back that's a better option. FYI - for the 1/2" PVC tubing, I used a 10' role of the sprinkler irrigation line from Home Depot.
A:simple hook and loop system...loops on the mesh and hooks are attached to the main fabric at various places inside the blind..easy on and off
A:No. This blind is water resistant, but not waterproof.
A:No blind is totally waterproof but this one is very water resistant. Wax needle holes like on tents.
A:after some time in the hard rain it did start to leak some
A:It is water proof but during rain storms we did experience some dripping through the seems. It was not severe however.
A:yep..more or a oversized triangle window that also has a window that can be opened when you close the larger window.
A:yep..plenty of room to spare for a 29
A:Yes. This blind is big enough to shoot a 29" draw length bow out of it.
A:yES i SHOOT A 10GA MAG WITH A 32" BAREL AND IT WORKS JUST FINE FOR ME
A:For one person this blind is OK for bow hunting. You would have to shoot sitting down though. I am 6'2" tall and I cannot stand up in this blind.
Details:If i get one i plan on hunting Deer bow and gun season and most of all turkey! Is this the right Blind for me?
A:no floor..be fine for turkey and deer..just use a normal chair..turkey chair will be to low for most of the windows
A:No. This blind does not include a floor.
A:For gun hunting it is great! Bow hunting you will have to be comfortable shooting sitting down.
A:No this blind does not have a floor in it. I feel that if it did have a floor it would leave to mush room for creating noise. I hunt turkey on public land and would recommend this blind. Its easy to set up and has plenty off room. The amount of ties it has for added brush is going to conceal you much more than necessary. No animal will ever know you are there.
A:no floor stay away from this blind the hubs crack and break easily
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