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Thread: Double Bull Blind : T2 or IP5 ???

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    Double Bull Blind : T2 or IP5 ???

    I am going to get one of these blinds but am not sure which one. I am a solo hunter so the blind only needs to accomodate me. I want to hear from you T2 users to see if it has enough room for 360 degree shooting. From the IP5 (P5) users, I would like to know if the blind is too big or just right. Hopefully some of you have used both and can steer me in a direction. I hunt out west and often wish I had a blind.



    DR


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    T5 Prostaff

    I use the T5 Prostaff, I am on the north side of Big so it ain't too big. In fact it is just right, I have plenty of room to move and if I did want to have someone else in the blind it could be done.

    I would not want anything smaller....

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    T2

    has plenty of room for 2 and is ideal for 1 person. I am trying to figure out how I can use mine on water. Dam woods is flooded we have had so much rain!
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    Rain

    Jerry,

    No problem with rain here in AZ! My @$$ won't get wet out here, rather, full of cactus needles!

    I am 5'10" and 180 lbs., so you think the T2 is plenty......huh?

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    DesertRat, PM Matthews Shooter he is a distrubter of the Double Bulls, and may be able to get you a good deal.

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    T2 is a better blind than the Import T5....

    And the T2 should be plenty big enough for a little fellow...

    Last edited by JAVELINA; November 24th, 2003 at 02:13 PM.

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    Wink Lil'!?

    Man you Texas boys stick together............who you callin' lil' anyways?

    Seriously, thanks for the advise. I see a T2 in my future.

    DR

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    6ft.... 280lbs...54"chest

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    Sorry DT did not realize you had them!!!

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    nice pic Jav

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    That's some of Adam_is_Cool's work.... He posted it on another thead. I thought it was funny and so did my Grand daughter...

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    I am 5' 10" and a 170# so you should have nooooo problem. I even lay in mine and do stretches, exercises for my back when things get slow. (Not in the water)

    Oh BTW, I have had those needles in my foot when I was elk huntin in New Mexico, not fun!!!!! YOUCH!
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    Javi....nice outfit! Hey Javi I like your picture of the week.....just keeps me coming back! Is that your yardbird camo?

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    Originally posted by matsicon
    Sorry DT did not realize you had them!!!
    No problem.

    Javi - what in the hell is that get up? A ladybug? LOL!!

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    Javi's outfit is great! isn't it DT?

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    He looks like a damn Bugaloo, man!



    LMAO!!

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    ROFLMAO!!!!!!

    NEW YARDBIRD CAMO!!!!THEY ARE NOT SPOOKED BY LADYBUGS!!

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    I admit it might have been closer to the truth if he had colored me a Stink Bug....

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    We love you brother Javi! Just havin' a little fun!

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    Thanks for bringing up my name as a dealer. I changed my name from mathews shooter last week.

    The T2 is a really good blind. Depends on your height and what kind of bow you shoot. I wouldnt recommend it for people over about 6' or if you shoot traditional equipment.

    Keep me in mind if anyone is looking for one. And if you have any more questions let me know.

    Rick

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    JAVELINA
    you said

    T2 is a better blind than the Import T5....

    I think your referring to the IP5 as an "import T5" However I just wanted to clear it up for anyone who reads it as I did originally. The T5 is american made or at least was when I bought mine last year.
    The IP5 is the imported model.

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    You are correct...

    My fingers sometimes outrace my brain..... but this is the one we're both refering to....


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