Columbus, GA -(AmmoLand.com)- While sticking with the concept of “ultimate concealment” Rugged Cross introduces another game changer to the outdoors industry — the RCB Quad 26 Ground Blind in Realtree Xtra.
This quad-panel ground blind boasts portability, versatility and durability.
With its all-aluminum frame and stainless-steel piano hinges, the RCB QUAD 26, which is light in weight at 9 lbs, allows hunters the advantage of not only being extremely mobile, but also allows for effortless set up and take down. Complete with custom straps and a shoulder harness, this unique blind folds out and stands on its own with no additional assembly required. The screen panels are made of durable mesh material that provides hunters a complete unobstructed view of game, allowing them to see out but nothing to see in. With the versatility of this blind, hunters are not only able to scout out the next location, but they can hunt a variety of game.
Built to last a lifetime, Rugged Cross ground blinds, like its structure blinds, are handcrafted by an experienced builder using the highest quality material. The economical lightweight mesh material allows for 37% airflow through the blind, has a tensile strength of 160 x 160 lbs/in, tear strength of (warp/weft) 34 x 34 lbs/in and low temperature no crack at -22 degrees F. The blinds are also treated to be fungus- and flame-resistant.
- Effortless set up and take down
- From the box to the Hunt. No assembly required.
- Fully Extended 26” x 72”
- Fold down to 26” x 18”
- Complete Unobstructed view
- Custom straps and shoulder harness made of lightweight polypropylene
- Portable at 9 lbs
- Two-year limited warranty on the frame
Realtree is the world’s leading camouflage designer, marketer and licensor with over 2,000 licensees utilizing the Realtree camouflage brand. Thousands of outdoor and lifestyle products are available in Realtree camouflage patterns. In addition, Realtree is committed to supporting individuals and groups that work to ensure our outdoor heritage, the conservation of natural places, and the wildlife that resides there.
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