Ameristep® Die - cut Universal Blind Material

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Ameristep® Die - cut Universal Blind Material.

Fits to any tree stand shooting rail, surrounding you and hiding movement.

Durable, weatherproof synthetic that's die cut with "leaves" for 3D concealment. You get a big 5 x 12' piece and zip ties to attach. 1 lb., 3 ozs.

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Customer Reviews

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  1. 3 stars
    This is extremely light weight. We will see how it stands up to hunting season.
  2. 4 stars
    good quality material
  3. 5 stars
    Great stuff, can't wait to use it. No smell and looks like five yards worth of leafy suit material. Will come in very handy.
  4. 4 stars
    looks good, needs more green for Oregon
  5. 5 stars
    looks great , cant wait to use it
  6. 5 stars
    Good well.
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Articles & Tips
Tips For Successful Ground Blind Bowhunting

More and more bowhunters are coming out of the trees and pursuing their game from eye level. That's because hunting from a blind has many advantages over treestands. Portable hub-style blinds, such as my Barronett, go anywhere, set up quickly and quietly, and provide unmatched concealment. Here's a quick rundown of blind-hunting tips that will help you make the most of this season.

Blind Tactics For Last-Ditch Deer Hunting

The modern portable hunting blind is a pretty amazing tool, and while most of my autumn whitetail hunting is from treestands, I consider portable blinds an essential part of my late-season arsenal. Here are some useful tips for using portable blinds to fill that last deer tag of the year.

Down To Earth Bowhunting

We all know bowhunting whitetails is an uplifting affair, but many bowhunters get carried away with their obsession with treestands. Hunters in elevated stands, thinking they're in the best position to get one-up on a buck, often put themselves at a disadvantage. And here's why.

Bowhunting Primer: Stands & Blinds

Bowhunters have several basic methods of pursuing game, any of which may be the best in a given hunting situation. The two best options are usually ambush -- from treestands or ground blinds. Here are some tips on which one is right for your situation.

Game Guides

Caliber/Game Usage Charts will help get the beginning or inexperienced hunter off to a good start before he or she steps into the woods, fields, sloughs, or on the range.

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