Blind Sled for Beavertail® Outfitter & Outfitter DDT Hay Bale Blind

Item # WX2-581635

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Blind Sleds for Beavertail® Hay Bale Blinds

Specifically designed for Beavertail®'s Hay Bale Series Blinds, but these are awesome Gear Sleds for any hunt. 100% polyethylene construction, with low center of gravity to avoid tipping. Each model is perfectly sized to also function as a base for its respective Hay Bale Blind.

  • Model No.: 0384
  • Application: Outfitter and Outfitter DDT Blinds
  • Size: 76 x 42 x 4"h.

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Please Note: This is a Heavy / Bulky item. $110.00 for heavy / bulky shipping and handling will be charged in addition to regular shipping and handling. This item is shipped by commercial carrier curbside. Unloading is the customer's responsibility, including off the back of the truck. Ships in 1 box: 4" x 42" x 76", 25 lbs. No expedited delivery. High-value orders require a physical street address, otherwise insurance costs will be added to the shipping total.
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