Primos Double Bull Dark Horse Hunting Blind

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Reviewed by: Steve Leeman
Category: Treestands & Blinds
Recommended?: Yes
Available at Cabelas.com

Pros:

  • Easy put up and take down in seconds.
  • Large enough to bow hunt out of but not to bulky to fold up and carry.
  • Roomy enough for two hunters if both carrying a weapon or if one is videotaping.
  • The triangle windows with velcro mesh were easy to open and close.
  • 2 gear pockets inside blind made keeping calls or binos close by.
  • Cost around $120 at Cabelas compared to $400 for Double Bull Blind.

Cons:

  • It leaks a little bit on rainy days.

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