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Has been in use for two seasons and used maybe five times. In like new conditions, no rips, tears, or fading. All poles and tie downs come with it along with carrying bag. I checked Cabela's today and they are on sale from 99 dollars to 125 dollars. If I believe I remember right I think it weighs 14 pounds so shipping will be at cost, no handling fee. $60.00 firm plus whatever shipping and if you are around Joplin local pickup is free. Not sure but playing around on the postal web site looks like parcel shipping to the east side of the state is around 10 bucks.

They say this blind is good to use for all kinds of wildlife but honestly the only practical use is for waterfowl. The blind has a rip chord which takes the top 2/3rds of the blind down to working ducks or geese. Would not be useful for turkeys and limited applications for deer in my opinion.

Only selling because found a great deal on a finisher blind and a dog blind so don't need both anymore.

Here is what it looks like

 
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