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    Call Bear at RGH Enterprises. He uses real good durable material and the poles are solid and won't bend when you try to push them into hard ground.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Wagner View Post
    Call Bear at RGH Enterprises. He uses real good durable material and the poles are solid and won't bend when you try to push them into hard ground.
    http://www.rghenterprisesllc.com/
    He has gotten out of retriever products, even thougj his website is still up.

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    Gunners Up has a great blind. I have had mine since before they were released, well over a year now (can't remember how long ago). It has help up fantastically and I could not be happier. Very light and when I first got it I was worried it was too light (the poles) but they still look like they did when I first got it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by badbullgator View Post
    Gunners Up has a great blind. I have had mine since before they were released, well over a year now (can't remember how long ago). It has help up fantastically and I could not be happier. Very light and when I first got it I was worried it was too light (the poles) but they still look like they did when I first got it.

    X2!! Gunners up blinds are super nice!!!

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    I just got a Lou Magee holding blind and it looks like it will last forever. Very well made and a really nice guy.
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    Albeit atypical, this hunting blind works well as a makeshift holding blind. It's called an Apache Hunting Blind. It is free-standing; sets up/comes down in about 10 seconds; weighs about a pound, and in its collapsed, rolled-up (carrying) configuration it is about 66" long x 3" (in diameter). It also works well to conceal wingers and I use it for that purpose as well.

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    Prtproducts.com. Is a new company that makes very good blinds at a great price, just bought one!

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