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Looks great!
May try to build that for my wife. Really like that no blind spots and plenty of shooting room
 

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Looks great!
May try to build that for my wife. Really like that no blind spots and plenty of shooting room
It's really roomy but I build it because I have twins that like to go hunting with me
If its just one hunter you could do a 5' wide and that gives you a 2' side less sheeting means less money lol
Build and post up :)
 

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FINALLY got to work on my blind again

Sheeting progress

Door hole

Window holes

Sides done maybe get it finished this week

Thanks for looking
Nick
 

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Lol I got a 1400 sf house framed last week but I can't finish a lil deer blind
But got a lol more done

Get this dude painted and get it in the woods this week I hope
Thanks for looking
 

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Looks amazing! How heavy is it?
 

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Sweet! Nice job. I started reading this because I am looking at putting something similar up in a big tree. I saw some of the manufactured units that have corner windows going down to the floor. Not for shooting but for viewing. I may try to incorporate some of your ideas also.
 

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Honestly, I don't think I would want a stationary seat in a big blind like that. I would opt for an office style chair on castors that could move as needed as well as rotate 360 deg
 

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Honestly, I don't think I would want a stationary seat in a big blind like that. I would opt for an office style chair on castors that could move as needed as well as rotate 360 deg
It does rotate that's boat seat swivel on the top there :)
 
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