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Layout blinds

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With all the excitement and anticipation of "Black Friday"...I decided to stay home instead of risk being trampled (awful). Between eating and pheasant hunting, I checked out the cabelas and found the Interceptor field blind for sale, under $100. I was so excited because I have wanted a layout blind for 3 years or so and never had the $170-$300 to lay down in, so i bought it! The question is, does anyone know about/own one of these blinds? My friends tell me a blind is a blind, but what sets them all apart?

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Alot of things sell them apart. If they are low profile, fold up nice for carrying out, camo pattern or field kakie, does it feel comfortable when laying in it and if it's easy to set up and take down.

I have about 4 different layout blinds, the ground force, power hunter, sub blind and finisher. I like them all during certain times of the year. I have heard alot of good stuff about the interceptor blind and you should like it alot.

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You seriously got an Interceptor Field Blind for under a $100?

Is this the one?

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I have a friend who just picked one up at Cabellas for $179 it appears to be the same blind Gander "guide series" sells for $229 right now.

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if you go to the cabela's HSOforum you can get one from there between $120-$150 depending on what camo you want. you can get a all whit one for $70.

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you can get a all whit one for $70.

that is for the snow cover for an Interceptor blind. smile

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you can get a all whit one for $70.

that is for the snow cover for an Interceptor blind. smile

ya go ahead and order that white one wink haha jk as quack said just the snowcover and that wont do ya much w/o the blind!!

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Right now Cabelas has the Mobile One on sale for 99.99; that is, until tomorrow when the price goes back up...

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