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Deer Blinds & Chairs

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I need to find a decent chair for a ground blind. Anyone got any suggestions? I'm 280 and 6-2 so it needs to be well built. Thanks

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my dads got one of those camping chairs thats a "big boy" one its mossy oak camo and not sure who makes i can look later when i get home from school but our relative who is like 325 sat in it for a wknd and its still together!

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Forget the chair. Get yourself a 6 gallon bucket with a swivel seat on the top. Put a heat seat on top of that and your in business. Maybe rap some felt around it so it isn't so noisy when you are walking threw the brush with it.

I don't like chairs with arms. They are to hard to adjust your body to make a good shot. They would be alright if you only had one direction to shot.

I am 6'4 and 330. I like the bucket. They have the swivel seats at the bigger outlet stores around the cities. C and GM.

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One of my permanent blinds was manufactured in Texas and is called the Blynd. They also make a chair that goes with the blinds and what I like about it is that it swivels noiselessly a full 360 degrees if that might be important. Well built and definitely solid although would be clunky to carry in if you were not leaving it in the blind. They can be found on the internet if you are interested.

No arm rests and if the ground was moist underneath it might sink in. More like a smaller kitchen chair.

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