Rhino Blinds R200-MOC 3 Person Hunting Ground Blind, Mossy Oak Breakup Country, 58X58X66

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Price: $115.19
(as of Sep 18,2020 17:50:38 UTC – Details)

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Constructed of a True 150 denier polyester – 150 denier thread in both the horizontal and vertical weave
RHINO Blinds are easy to set up and take down – with a little practice setting the blind up can be accomplished quickly in as little as 60 seconds once the blind is out of the carry bag
Reliable hunting – set up at hunting site 3-4 days ahead of hunt to allow RHINO Blind to blend into the site location and become part of the scenery
RHINO Blinds are built tough and designed to withstand the most inclement weather conditions you dare to be caught in; rain, snow, hail, wind. If game is bedded down due to bad weather, you should gladly hunt another day!
Reinforced Stress Points – Triple stitched corners and reinforcements to prevent rods popping through the fabric
DWR and Antimicrobial Treatment – RHINO Blinds are treated with a durable water repellent to protect and an antimicrobial to help prevent mold and mildew ensuring you a quality product
What’s Included – Each blind comes with a backpack, stakes, and tie down ropes
Use what the pros use – choose RHINO Blinds!
Included Components: Metal Stakes
R200 fits 3 people and has a 66″ center height, hub to hub 75″ x 75″, and floor space 58″ x 58″



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