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Brand New field Duck Layout Blind

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I have a brand new duck blind that i bought last year That has NOT TOUCHED SOIL YET at scheels that was retail for like 200 bucks and got it for 150. i dont know the brand right off hand but if this is something that intrests you either send me mail or reply on here, i check daily. im looking for:

Archery Gear (preferably a Bow and some accessories)

Ice fishing Gear

Hunting gear

Or anything you think might be within the range of 150-200 bucks i live in so. minnesota and go to school in moorhead so anywhere along 94 and 35 i can get close to. hit me up email is in signature.

Kelly

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i have a 4x6 hard sided spearing shack

contact me if you are interested.

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that was my post. dad never signs out.

contact me mudcat87@live.com

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that looks about right i will go get some pics here in a few mins. and get the name and jazz for you guys.

Behindthehead, i really have no use for a perm shack becuase i dont have a trailer. but thanks for the offer.

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alight so the blind if a Final Approach Sport utility Blind. bought at Scheels last year sometime. i have pictures to send if you would like to see them. its light comes with a flag, flag locker, a movable shell pouch, the bottom zips open for dogs, and also has an adjustable strap on the back for carrying it over your shoulder. if you need pictures you can either ask for them on here or send me an email. thanks for taking a look and sorry it took so long.

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