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Since I started shopping for a ground blind I've noticed many come w/ 'pass through', or 'shoot through' mesh netting good for several shots before replacing. It feels like a thin metal, slightly thinner than a screen door screen. But I believe it's a strong type of fabric.

While this may conceal you well, I doubt it is very good for a broadhead, arrow, or more importantly, accuracy. Everyone I know that has this type of blind has cut it out and either replaced it w/ a removable window, or left it open. I believe I would do the same.

I try very hard to take a good open shot to make sure my arrow strikes home w/out hitting leaves, limbs, etc... Do I really want to 'knowingly' dull my broadhead, and no doubt affect the flight and speed of my arrow??


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