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Anyone care to share their experiences with Destroyer "Guide Series" layout blinds by Gooseview?

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Richard,

Tell you what, buy me one, I'll test it out in your hunting field and then give you a product review! :wink:

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Field Blinds That Work!

Richard,

You know if I endorse them then a lot of birds have been harvested using them. I recommend two blinds:

1) X-Lander = Extremely light, very comfortable and folds up into a backpack and has shoulder straps so you can pack it in. Works really well and I've shot a lot of geese out of mine. Just don?t fall asleep and miss all the shooting!

2) Dead On Blinds = This is a molded plastic coffin blind. This is an unbelievably tough and comfortable blind. It is waterproof, floats, stackable, and has a tow rope so you can either float stuff out to your blind behind you or use it like a sled to drag gear to where you are hunting. We use these a lot!

http://www.mudbuddy.com/Dead On Blind.htm


I hope this helps.

Sincerely your duck and goose shooting friend!

Richard Davis
 
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