Redneck, Muddy Blinds or other?

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  1. kyduck1

    kyduck1 6 pointer

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    Anyone know where to find these type of blinds around the Brownsville/Bowling Green area? I've done a dealer search, but I swear I have driven by some places at some point that sold em and they are not on there?? TIA
     
  2. bleedinblu05

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    I don’t have a blind because of, well, money. But, I have crawled up and inspected about every blind on the market. The nicest fabricated blinds I have seen is 360 Hunting Blinds. (I’ll post a link at the bottom). The quality of craftsmanship on them seems to be superior (at least in my opinion; and we all know what opinions are worth) to anything else on the market. They are built out of a cement board material like you use on houses, have sliding windows that are cantilevered so they stay open, and are quiet.
    They are sold at an Amish store just south of Elkton at the 181 and 848 cross roads (Pencham). They are also sold at another Amish business that builds storage sheds just East of Pembroke, Ky on 41. Those are the places that I know of, I’m sure there are more. Very quality product.

    There was also a guy that built blinds, “Squirts Custom Hunting Blinds,” but I can’t seem to find his Facebook page anymore. I have a few friends with them, and they are as nice or probably nicer than anything on the market, plus cheaper, plus he delivers them. But like I said, I can’t seem to find his info... hope he is okay.. anyway, link posted below.

    https://www.360huntingblinds.com/
     
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  3. ukyager

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    What do those run?
     
  4. bleedinblu05

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    I haven’t looked in a little bit, but as far as I can remember somewhere between 1500 - 2500 just depending on the model you want. Plus the stand and stuff is extra. (You could build your own stand if you wanted to I guess).
     
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  5. Grago

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    I have looked at the ones at Pencham a few times they are nice, looks like they sold a bunch this year, i know some guys that have them and love them . But at 2500, i would have to have about 20 year financing to afford one.
     
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  6. bleedinblu05

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    I agree, which is why I the blind I have was built haha. But, that’s still cheaper than the rednecks or muddys.
     
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  7. cedar ridge

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    I have two of the Squirts blinds and a buddy has 6 or so and they are very, very nice. Unfortunately, last Squirt told me he was out of the blind business. Had some knee / knee replacement issues about a year or so ago and just couldn’t hold out to do them any longer. Lumber prices have made even building your own a pretty expensive option. I built a 4x4 late spring and I had $700 in it and the base. Price would be higher now I would imagine.
     
  8. Drahts

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    For those wanting to build, You don't need 8' 2X4s to build it, so buy the 7' ers at Lowes and you can keep the price down some. I want to build a descent sized one, and a smaller one. I'm gonna get the windows from these guys, and their leg brackets. Build it all at the house, break it down to 4 walls, roof frame and floor and take it down and set it up. I'll either auger an 18" wide, 3 foot deep hole below center of floor, and fill with rock and concrete and a large eye bolt to wire the blind down so it doesn't blow over. We get some STRONG winds on top of the mtn. I told the guys last week if they call 15-25 it'll be 30-45 they didn't believe me but they do now! :)

    http://deerviewwindows.com/
     
  9. Amos Moses

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    Drake Farm Supply in Morgantown has several. I think they are Muddy. I think there is a place on Russellville Rd in BG that sells them. Maybe near Memphis Junction Rd? Don’t recall the brand or name of the place, just noticed them as I passed.
     
  10. supergoat80

    supergoat80 10 pointer

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    What Amos says the place in Morgantown.
     
  11. ancienthunter

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    Jeff Jacobs (Jacob’s Furniture) in Brownsville sells the Redneck blinds.
     
  12. Jerod

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    Banks if you can afford one. Nicest I’ve seen. Like you I can’t afford one.
     
  13. 257Wmag

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    Drakes in Morgantown has both Muddy and Redneck. I looked at both last week. Very nice but high dollar! I’d lean toward the redneck cause you can shoot a bow out of them.
     

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