Bell Bottom™ Hub - style 2 - person Ground Blind, Blood Trail™ Camo

Item # WX2-223476

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Barronett Blinds™ Bell Bottom™ Hub - style 2 - person Ground Blind.

Flared base offers 30% more interior room. Ideal for drawing a bow or crossbow in shooting position.

  • Hub-style for easy setup / takedown. Keeps fabric taut
  • Black interior
  • 12 windows, 5 different configurations
  • Windows dip low for angled shots, 360° viewing
  • Includes brush holders, gear storage pockets, replaceable shoot-through mesh camo widows.
  • 6 1/2 x 6 1/2' footprint, 5 1/2'h. 7 1/4 x 7 1/4' set up. Weighs 19 lbs.


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