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Ground Force or SUB?

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Just curious on what your opinions are. Looking at buying the GHG Ground Force or the FA Sport Utility Blind. Pros/cons to each. Thanks for the help.

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I have no complaints from my s.u.b. I also have a Power Hunter and the sub is much more comfortable to lay in while you rest your eyes and keep your ears open. The 3/4 frame of the sub allows for easy transport in a short box truck bed also.

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how much money are you looking to spend?

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The ground force is an ok blind but its just not very comfortable. I rely like the low profile of it and all the extras that come with it and the mobility is great if your moving around a lot. But if your already spending $220.00 on a blind then in my opinion your better off going with the GHG finisher. Its way more comfortable because your butt don’t rest on the ground it more like a hammock. The finisher is actually lower than the ground force too, it has two settings for the head rest and two settings for the gun rest and I think its like 1 or 2 inches lower than the ground force witch makes it the lowest fully framed blind out there. Its worth every penny.

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I agree that the groud force is not very comfortable. I have finishers and really like them, know people that use the sub and they like them as well. If you're intersted in a finisher blind check with Reeds, they usually have some deals going.

Good Luck.

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Thanks for the input guys. I actually was in Fargo today at scheels and picked up the SUB for 150 bucks. Should work out alright by my standards. Thanks again!

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