Hunting Blinds for 3 people

Blackforesthp

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Here are some pics of a little blind I am building in the Oklahoma Panhandle. Set the poles yesterday.

The stairs were salvaged from on oil field tank battery. The poles were acquired when they were doing utility work in my area. I will be doing demolition on a old building in about a week to get the plywood, 2x4s, 2x6s, metal siding and windows. All I will have in it is sweat equity. I will have to by the lag screws, bolts and any other fasteners we will need.

When it is finished we will have a 12x12 deer blind overlooking a nice food plot and big crp field bedding area.

We have named it the penthouse.
 

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Okie Whitetail Hunter

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Here are some pics of a little blind I am building in the Oklahoma Panhandle. Set the poles yesterday.

The stairs were salvaged from on oil field tank battery. The poles were acquired when they were doing utility work in my area. I will be doing demolition on a old building in about a week to get the plywood, 2x4s, 2x6s, metal siding and windows. All I will have in it is sweat equity. I will have to by the lag screws, bolts and any other fasteners we will need.

When it is finished we will have a 12x12 deer blind overlooking a nice food plot and big crp field bedding area.

We have named it the penthouse.
Nice I hunt down in Caddo County.
 

GrantW

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I built my wife a 5x8 last year that’s solid as a house and will easily seat three average size people no problem. Depending on wood prices thought, it’ll cost ya a bit.

The trailer in the pic is 16’ for reference.
 

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.gacton

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I built my wife a 5x8 last year that’s solid as a house and will easily seat three average size people no problem. Depending on wood prices thought, it’ll cost ya a bit.

The trailer in the pic is 16’ for reference.
Looks a lot like ours! We saved money and weight by ripping our 2x4’s, except on the floors. Walls and roof are no problem to handle. We re-assemble on site at whatever height we need it.
 

GrantW

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Looks a lot like ours! We saved money and weight by ripping our 2x4’s, except on the floors. Walls and roof are no problem to handle. We re-assemble on site at whatever height we need it.
I started to do that but went ahead and got overkill with it.
 

Slazarz

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Did you settle on a Blind? If not check out Vision Hunting Blinds
 

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LHPanther

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Check out Atacosa blinds. The are roomy, insulated and the company will diver and set up for you. Happy with the ones I have on my ranch
 
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