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Im thinking about getting this. It looks really nice to me, and I like the fact that it has alot of windows and istn 400 dollars like the double bull. What do you all think? Does anyone have any experience with this blind?

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I'm quite sure the Ameristep I have is the Brickhouse. Overall I like it, every once and a while its a bit tough to set up with one guy. Mine's held up quite well and its sat in the woods for months at a time - actually I ought to get her outta there as I'm sure its collapsed under all this snow!

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