mirror ground blind

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  1. cycloneman

    cycloneman Well-Known Member

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    this is pretty neat.

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  2. tim peterson

    tim peterson Member

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    Howdy, man I realy like that blind.Back in 1999 a frind of mine and I built one out of Mirorr plastic. It only had three sides but it worked ok. Until the temp, went down to - 20 I was leaning agiainst it and broke one side in half. In a flash no more blind.
  3. jim summers

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    How much would something like that weigh?
  4. 21bravo

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    thats the neatest thing since sliced bread...its the bee's knees...i woulnt mind tryin one....but, what happens if the sun catches it just right:confused::confused: or an animal walks up to it, sees itself and rams it? wait...racoons like shiny things..what if a family of racoons decide to carry this thing off??:confused::eek::D:p
  5. Angryisme

    Angryisme New Member

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    I guess you step out to shoot?
    or go deaf?
    That'd be like shooting from inside a 55 gallon drum no?
  6. jacksonco

    jacksonco New Member

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    We used to package plasic pellets where I worked into boxes that we inserted a mylar liner that looked like aluniminum. The liner weighed only a few pounds and if it were put around a shock corded frame it would most likely do as well as the one pictured. Never thought of that application until now. By the way these liners held about 1800 pounds of plastic pellets. They were large to say the least.
  7. Mr. Nameless

    Mr. Nameless New Member

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    If it were in the road I would end up running it over before I noticed. :(
  8. Big ugly

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    Same here, I am goin to look for the material though.
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