Lee and Tiffany Trust the Crush Enforcer Because There Are No Second Chances

Crush with Lee and Tiffany
Lee and Tiffany Trust the Crush Enforcer Because There Are No Second Chances
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Madison, NC -(AmmoLand.com)- Hunting professionals Lee and Tiffany Lakosky know there are no second chances when it comes to opportunities at giant bucks.

They spend months planting food plots, scouting and getting ready for deer season, and when they’re finally ready to set up on a smart old buck, the Lakoskys’ blind of choice is the Ameristep Crush Enforcer. The Crush Enforcer is roomy, versatile, durable, affordable and, most important, effective.

Lee and Tiffany rarely get to hunt together, but they seldom hunt alone. They need a blind that’s big enough to handle all their gear, as well as the gear of a videographer. The Crush Enforcer features a generous 62-inch shooting width, and the 66-inch height can accommodate gun hunters or bow hunters.

For the ultimate in concealment, the blind includes Ameristep’s Shadow Guard lining – a carbon-enhanced, scent-blocking black interior. Shadow Guard’s dark color eliminates shadows and silhouettes, while the carbon helps control scent.

The outside is constructed of Ameristep’s most durable, abrasion-resistant shell material, while the dull finish in Realtree Xtra camouflage blends into any environment.

Crush Enforcer
Crush Enforcer Ground Blind

These top pros require windows that hide movement yet allow for shooting to even unexpected directions. The Crush Enforcer has HD camo-printed mesh windows to foil the most wary buck’s prying eyes. The fine mesh windows also keeps out pesky biting insects, and it won’t affect the flight of fixed-blade broadheads.

When it comes to construction, the Crush Enforcer features Ameristep’s superior metal-stamped hub design, which maximizes strength over standard cast hubs and ensures a lifetime of use. When it’s time to create your perfect setup this fall, get the blind that’s worthy of all the hard work you put in beforehand. The Crush Enforcer will get you close to that trophy buck without emptying your bank account. The rest is up to you.

Finally, with so many setups to create, the Lakoskys need a LOT of blinds! The Crush Enforcer is affordable at less than $150, offering value way beyond its price.

When it’s time to create your perfect setup this fall, get the blind that’s worthy of all the hard work you put in before-hand. The Crush Enforcer will get you close to that trophy buck without emptying your bank account. The rest is up to you.

The Crush Enforcer Features:

  • Patented Lightspeed single-hub frame
  • 62″ Shooting width x 66″ Tall
  • Roomy design ideal for bowhunting and multiple people
  • Versatile window system that adjusts for optimal viewing and shooting
  • Realtree Xtra camo pattern
  • Durashell RuggedShield HD fabric
  • Includes backpack, stakes and tie-down rope

For more information on Ameristep’s complete line of quality blinds, treestands and hunting products, please visit: www.ameristep.com.

About AMERISTEP

AMERISTEP is the premier manufacturer of tree stands, ground blinds, safety harnesses and other useful hunting accessories. As a frontrunner in several competitive product spaces, AMERISTEP has led the charge toward the development of many of the hunting industry’s most functional and well-known products. With a strong commitment to the future and deep roots in the past, the brand continues to polish their pedigree as a time-honored trendsetter. For more information, contact: Evolved Ingenuity, 602 Fountain Parkway, Grand Prairie, TX 75050.

For more information, visit: www.Ameristep.com.

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Jeremy
Jeremy
5 years ago

I have the crush enforcer blind and need to replace a couple of poles where can I get those at.

Chris Lantz
Chris Lantz
6 years ago

I have the crush lee and tiffany ground blind, where can i get replacement poles?

vince jennings
vince jennings
6 years ago

I bought the crush Leigh and tiffany and a limb feel and busted four of the fiberglass poles and was wondering if you can buy them separately and how much they would be?