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Old 03-22-2013, 09:55 AM
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Deciding whether or not I should bite the bullet. Are they worth it? Why are they? Anyone have any pictures of the inside? Thanks
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If you plan on using it a lot then yes they are worth it. They come with a lifetime warranty. Check YouTube to see the inside and out about them.
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Ameristep has been great for me and a lot less money. And I don't like double bulls camo.
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Ive never used one, bit i bought one sportsman guide for 100 bucks and would never trade it for a 300 dollar one, been in the woods 3 years bow and still looks new
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5 years ago I would have said yes.
Now, companies are making blinds that are blacked out, good material, tight hub systems, and larger camo patterns to hide larger objects.

I still love my Double Bull, but wouldn't buy another with all of the less expensive options out there.
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Get a Rhino Blind. Better blind for $199.00.
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Ameristep has been great for me and a lot less money. And I don't like double bulls camo.
Agreed.
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Get a Rhino Blind. Better blind for $199.00.
This ^^^^ Rhino blinds are awesome.
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Killzone 360 is a good blind vary in price but around 150.00.
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Old 03-22-2013, 09:58 PM
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I love my Double Bull Double Wide, but I would not pay $399 for it. I got mine last January at Dicks Sporting Goods on sale for $219. Worth every penny at that price!
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I would buy another one. Mine is 6 years old and going strong. My dad has one that is 7 years old. Both are still in excellent condition.
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