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Charles C.
02-19-2010, 04:31 PM
Butch makes the best holding blinds, but his customer service is top notch, as well. I left my blind unrolled in the back of my truck and lost a pole when the blind nearly blew out. I e-mailed asking what a replacement pole would cost and Jeannie & Butch agreed to send me a pole for FREE. Awesome customer service and an awesome product.

Charles Cottrell

GulfCoast
02-19-2010, 04:34 PM
I ordered a blind from Butch, and just casually mentioned that my first Butch blind had one of the poles bent by "bird tech" running over it with a 4 wheeler. When my second blind came, it had an extra pole in the box. Butch is THE MAN. Period.

Ricky Elston
02-19-2010, 05:39 PM
They are awesome people to deal with, I'm a very happy customer.

kjrice
02-21-2010, 09:29 PM
Butch is a great guy and his products rock.

Tim McGarry
07-31-2010, 09:06 PM
Does anybody have contact info. for Butch? I'd like to look into his blinds and stick men.

GulfCoast
07-31-2010, 09:21 PM
Butch's telephone number is 310 645 7106

Jim Harvey
08-01-2010, 11:08 AM
Butch Green products are "the cream of the crop".

Yes, there are cheaper ones out there.

With Butch's holding blinds and stickmen you pay for it once, and it lasts forever.

The guy wants you to like his stuff so much, he doesn't even bill you until you had it for awhile to make sure you are happy.

How many other companies do that?

helencalif
08-01-2010, 06:15 PM
Are you coming to the Master National in Corning, CA, in early October?

The Lassen Ret. Club will be selling Butch Green holding blinds (3' and 4' sizes), bird racks (2 sizes), and his stickmen at the Master National.

Don and I will be manning the Lassen booth selling these great Butch Green products. You can pick them up there and save on shipping.

Want to reserve something ? Just PM me and tell me what you want reserved for you and I'll put your name on it.

Helen Graves, Treasurer
Lassen Retriever Club

Eddie Sullivan
08-01-2010, 06:37 PM
If you call him have a chair handy. He can talk more than us Southern boys. He does belive in taking care of his customers.
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sandyg
08-28-2010, 01:18 PM
I just received a three pole blind and three stickmen. Incredible quality! This stuff will last longer than my dog will. Like others have said, no charge until I've tried it and I'm happy with it. Also, Butch takes his time with you on the phone. Interesting stories but I'm not looking forward to my next phone bill. Actual shipping was $21 from L.A. to Detroit using USPS Priority.

labluver
08-30-2010, 02:33 PM
Does Butch have a website?

BGreen
08-30-2010, 06:23 PM
No, I currently do not have a website.

Please feel free to call me at 310-645-7016 Los Angeles time.

Thanks, Butch

Joule Charney
10-02-2010, 04:43 AM
Hi Butch,

I own one of your blinds and I am pleased with the quality. I have a couple of comments/questions...

1) Getting the stakes into the ground where I do most of my training (northern California) during much of the year is very difficult. What do you recommend? The last time I used a mallet, I tore the material.

2) The stakes readily fall out of their slots. This is a common problem. I've fairly often picked up other handler's stakes that they've lost in the field. I have seen some sewing remedies. Wouldn't it be fairly simple for you to add this feature?

3) Some of us use bungies or other ties to hold the rolled or folded blinds for transport, either into the field or in our vehicles. It would be preferable to have ties affixed to the blinds. Is this something you've considered?

Sincerely,

Joule Charney

tpark
10-30-2010, 06:12 PM
Very nice people and a great product.

fuchsr
12-06-2010, 05:04 AM
Yes, I agree the fact that the poles fall out is irritating but I understand some people actually prefer to be able to remove the poles for transportation or they use the poles as blind markers etc.

I simply drilled holes into each pole and through the fabric and then used regular cable ties from Radio Shack to hold the poles in place. Works beautifully.

The cable ties also come in handy for keeping track of the bungees. I use the ball-and-loop kind of bungees (I buy mine from CleanRun.com) and simply attach them to one of the cable ties when the blind is in use.

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Hi Butch,

I own one of your blinds and I am pleased with the quality. I have a couple of comments/questions...

1) Getting the stakes into the ground where I do most of my training (northern California) during much of the year is very difficult. What do you recommend? The last time I used a mallet, I tore the material.

2) The stakes readily fall out of their slots. This is a common problem. I've fairly often picked up other handler's stakes that they've lost in the field. I have seen some sewing remedies. Wouldn't it be fairly simple for you to add this feature?

3) Some of us use bungies or other ties to hold the rolled or folded blinds for transport, either into the field or in our vehicles. It would be preferable to have ties affixed to the blinds. Is this something you've considered?

Sincerely,

Joule Charney

counciloak
01-28-2011, 10:26 AM
I agree, Butch's blinds are the best! As far as the poles sliding out, what I did is slide the pole out about 6 inches, and wrap them with tape. Just enough to make a swollen spot that will barely fit back in to the sleeve and ends up a few inches above the cuff. If I want to I can pull them out, but they no longer fall out.

Joe O'Brien

Nunu
02-06-2011, 11:05 AM
i was over on texas trophy hunters and i seen a link to rhini blinds . come to find out they are based out of spartanburg . does anybody know anything about them and are the blinds any good ? once i get the money plan on buying a good blind for me and the family to use this upcoming deer season . thanks for any info.

Nunu
02-11-2011, 11:52 AM
i was over on texas trophy hunters and i seen a link to rhini blinds . come to find out they are based out of spartanburg . does anybody know anything about them and are the blinds any good ? once i get the money plan on buying a good blind for me and the family to use this upcoming deer season . thanks for any info.