Advantage Blinds Provide Great Options for Hunters

Advantage Blinds
Advantage Blinds

USA -(Ammoland.com)- While many hunters know that permanent hunting blinds can be very comfortable, they also picture blinds that are made of old plywood, are hard to see out of, and might not be safe if they are a couple of seasons old.

If you're dismissing rigid-sided hunting blinds because that's what you think they are like, you should take some time to check out the flexibility and options available in modern blinds like those made by Advantage Hunting.

Advantage Hunting makes a range of blinds in different configurations: a dual-threat bow/gun combo blind, the 2-person Advantage Hunting Blind, a Whitetail 2-person blind, and a Whitetail 4-person blind.

All these blinds are rigid-sided and wind- and waterproof. They provide for a comfortable hunt, keeping your movement hidden and the weather outside. They are easy to see out of, but difficult for game to see into. You hunt in comfort, dry and out of the wind – and your trophy won't know you are there. They are also designed to be safe and, once set up, are virtually maintenance free.

Common features include gasketed windows and doors for a no-breeze, no-noise tight fit, locking doors, and no-rot floors.

They are also designed so that the blinds can be placed on the ground, or in an elevated position with an optional kit, so whatever the requirements of your hunting position, an Advantage Blind will work for you.

Advantage Blinds
Advantage Blinds

The Dual Threat blind has a 7-foot interior height and special vertical windows for hunters using compound or traditional bows. Like other Advantage blinds, the Dual Threat blind was developed with input from top professionals in the hunting industry. The result is that unlike many blinds on the market, the Dual Option blind allows for easy, quick and comfortable stand-up vertical bow shots. No awkward contortions to get in position, no banging your head or the limbs of your bow just before the shot. You just see the deer, stand up, draw and shoot. Silent. Fast. Effective.

But the blind also has horizontal windows set at sitting height for firearm or crossbow hunters. For any firearm or bow that you are shooting, you have a 360-degree view and can take game no matter what direction it comes from.

The Whitetail Blind is a more traditional format, with horizontal windows that can be quickly secured out of the way, and fixed windows in each corner so that you never lose sight of an approaching deer. The 2-man version provides 25 square feet of floor space. The four-man versions offer even more space – 45-square-feet, and a carrying capacity of 1,000 pounds.

Advantage blinds have an option for carpeted flooring for noise reduction. Full, locking doors are standard. The floors are heavy-duty polyethylene that is completely rot proof. Windows are tinted polycarbonate that flip up and out of your way. There are even tinted corner windows, so once you position your seat, you can see out of the blind in any direction without having to shift your position.

Hunting long and hard doesn't have to mean you have to have long, hard days. This year, resolve to hunt better – and more comfortably – all season long in an Advantage Blind.

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For more information on Advantage Blinds' models, options, and accessories, check out their website.

 

About Advantage Hunting Blinds:

Advantage Hunting Blinds are the leaders in rigid, portable, lightweight, scent-proof blinds. Our blinds are so technologically advanced in function and design that you can enjoy hunting more successfully and comfortably with less maintenance.

For more information on Advantage Blinds' models, options, and accessories, check out their website.

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They might also be used to preposition arms, ammo, and food out in the woods somewhere hard to find, in case one had to abandon the homestead. They are small enough to hide from the air. Big enough to hunker in… temporarily.