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Double Bull Blinds

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Today I pulled out my blinds to check over and get ready for the upcoming archery season. My Double Bull products set up perfect in a matter of seconds. smile.gif

The other Brand X product is 1 year old and it would not set up. frown.gif The side wall support legs with the swivel joint in the middle for folding up into a smaller package didnt work to set it up. frown.gif

I'm not a staff for Double Bull and I do pay for all blinds with my hard earned cash. I called the company and they stated that they would replace it. My new question is, how long will the new one last?

Moral of the story, if your looking for a new blind for archery hunting, save up a little extra cash and go with the brand that will always work with little to no effort to set up.

I have tried other brands also and have learned that year after year, Double Bull products are the way to go. smile.gif

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I'm not a staff for Double Bull and I do pay for all blinds with my hard earned cash. I called the company and they stated that they would replace it. My new question is, how long will the new one last?


Do you mean "How long will the new brand X last?"

I agree, quality products with a company that will stand behind it is the way to go.

I like to use Cabela's when I'm worried about a product's durabillity, at least they will take it back.

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Your correct in the brand X.

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Ditto on Cabelas. I bought one of their blinds. Some of the poles snapped the first time I tried to open it and I brought it back immediately and they took it back no questions asked. You can USUALLY be assured of a quality product there but I've bought and used a few lemons that they took back no questions asked, immediately. They even cover shipping in catalog cases. Because of that, and because my pro shop options are limited, they will keep 99 percent of my business.

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Mine Cabelas blind broke after using it twice. frown.gif Thats why I like my DB, as I could go out west or on a trip for a few days hunting and what good would a broken blind do me even if it can be returned.

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