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Gooseview X-Terminator layout blinds...

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Has anyone used these blinds? I am looking at buying one and looking for any feedback about them. Thanks

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I have one and like it alot! It has the cornfield camo. Bought some Raffia grass that I touched up with dead grass krylon camo paint and attatched it to the the stubble straps.

So all I need is a little bit of whatever field we're hunting in, say stubble or wheat and your good to go.

I muddied up the blind several times to take off the glare that is reccommended.

It is pretty comftirble and good to take a quick nap in before the geese show up in the morning.

The blind has ample room when closed to blow your calls totally undetected. Killed quite a few geese out of mine! smile.gif

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They are good blinds...more comfortable than some I have tried. We have 5 in the trailer now.

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Thanks guys. I bought one yesterday online cause it was onsale.

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Where did you find it on sale?

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I know I can't say the name...but they are located in walker...

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