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Ameristep Outhouse Blind


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  • Quick set spring steel blind
  • Ideal for firearm and cross bow hunting
  • Window tie-downs to prevent wind flap
  • Spring steel blinds pop open in one easy step
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Product Description

Product Description

The Ameristep Outhouse Blind is easy to carry, pops up in seconds and offers the finest concealment around! And when you get down to it, isn't that everything a serious sportsman like yourself is looking for? You can hunt around, but you'll find few blinds that offer the concealment and convenience of the Outhouse! Weighing in at a mere 9 lbs., and folding into a compact 27" diameter backpack, this Blind can easily be backed into the furthest, most remote hunting spots, while still providing plenty of space for you and a hunting buddy when unfolded. More: ShadowGuard eliminates shadows and silhouettes; Durashell fabric construction for durability to the max; Tangle camo and Edge ReLeaf concealment; 360 degree range of visibility with 4 large zippered windows; Durable spring steel frame pops up in seconds; Measures 5 1/2 x 5 1/2", 6 1/2"h.; weighs 9 lbs. Order yours now! Ameristep Outhouse Blind

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Ameristep's 804 Tangle Camo Outhouse Blind delivers the level of transportability and concealment that you would expect from the original Ameristep outhouse blind. Lightweight and fully-enclosed, this blind features four windows with tie-downs, stakes, and a backpack carrying case. Constructed of Tangle Camo patterned Durashell with ShadowGuard material, this blind measures 68 inches wide by 78 inches tall and weighs 7.3 pounds.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 24.6 x 2.2 x 25.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000BSWEFU
  • Item model number: 804-tangle
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

This is a great blind for bird/wildlife photography.
George Duke
The only thing I didn't like is taking it down, sometimes it can be a pain and you really have to put some thought into it.
Bruce Isaacson
I attached a nice padded strap which I can adjust to slide over my shoulder or sling across my chest.
B. Contois

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By B. Contois on July 31, 2008
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This really does set up in seconds. Taking it down is almost as quick. I use it for photographing wildlife so I put my gear on the ground, pop it open and set it over the gear, get inside and pin it down. I feel that the less I'm seen, the better. The only complaint is the cheesy carry handles. I cart my gear in a backback and the handles just won't do. I attached a nice padded strap which I can adjust to slide over my shoulder or sling across my chest. It's much easier to carry now. I even put a collapsible chair in the pack too!
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By John Haldane on February 25, 2011
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I purchased this blind for my nature photography. My goal was to have a tripod, 400mm lens, camera, and a chair inside the blind for concealed shooting.

The blind is lightweight and can be carried easily. The shoulder straps for putting it on your back are nice, but preclude a backpack for camera items. It can be attached to another backpack but the whole thing is a little awkward for hiking to a good spot in the woods as it is rather wide, even when folded up.

Set up is very easy and takes just seconds.

The blind's light weight works against it in any kind of breeze. Even with 8 stakes and rocks in the four corners, it is unsteady in a breeze. With $10,000 worth of camera equipment inside, even on a tripod, I was too nervous to keep it up unless the air is almost still.

The blind is dark inside and the black walls are great for keeping any motion inside undetected. The swaying in the breeze of the whole unit, however, can spook some creatures.

I will try later to set this up in an area sheltered from breezes to see if it can fill my need. To be sheltered and still have an unobstructed view for the camera will be the big challenge.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By kiltabar on August 21, 2010
I have used this blind for elk, deer, bear, coyote, and cougar hunting. All of the above have walked right in on me. I typically put it up against a tree or large rock and close the window facing the obstruction. I then have a good view of whats out front. It is relatively high, so you can use a traditional recurve or long bow. Using a modern compound is a breeze. Windows open quietly. Material is a bit shiny but doesn't seem to bother the animals. For bow hunting it is better for one person than two, but two can rifle hunt in comfort. What sets it apart is its light weight and easy portability. I have other heavier blinds, and always use this one if I have to hoof it a long ways. The other great feature is that you can set it up in a lot more places than a larger blind. In rough hilly or mountainous country you may only find a relatively small level area, and this blind will go up while a larger one just won't sit there. Overall, a really great blind. The new 'tangle 2.0 camo is excellent in rocky country.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By C. Dalton on February 28, 2010
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Great little one man blind for deer or ducks. It sets up in a snap, about 3 seconds, and the windows are generous. It's light weight to carry and is very useful for when you come across that "perfect spot" to hunt, or if you're out in new territory for the day. It is not the best on a windy day although it does come with ground stakes and tiedowns (bring extra rope with you and better stakes, as what they supply is minimal), and the fold up and repack into the bag takes some practice. Do that part at home a few times to get the hang of it before you go out, or you will be frustrated when it's time to pack up in the woods. Overall it works quite well and I use it a lot.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By noyb on October 4, 2012
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I am not going to lie. When I first got this product. I was like, oh great, another $60 bucks down the drain (I get this nickel-and-dimed feeling from some of these ebay hunting products). I opened it up and I felt a feeling of "made in china" quality. I felt the material to be cheap and more of a kids tent that you see as toys for toddlers and kids up to 10 years old. When I first opened it up the way it laied was like a rocking chair, not flat. It kept rocking and folding back into itself (this was my fault, I thought I had opened it completly, but once i got inside I was able to correct this and the tent secured solidly.

I popped it open and it was tall, at least 6' tall. I felt the material to be cheap and it was extremely light. I was very un-optimistic this would be of any use in the field. I tried it out scouting for deer a week or so later. It comes with a backpack style carrier (which is really handy to have) and some stakes. And to my surprise the product really shined for the price!

The outcome:

This is a very fast and light blind. Pops open is less than 5 seconds which is awesome. Also breaks down in about 10 seconds which is even better. It is tall, which is nice to stretch your back from time to time. Windows on all 4 sides. The blind/tent kept me dry when light rain came and also kept me warm when the weather changed dramatically and all I had on was a shirt on. I was able to throw in a tripod-stool (which sucks btw -stool that is) in the backpack as well which made carrying my gear easy. Blends well with the heavy tree/forest woods around my part of the country. I was able to use just two stakes to keep the tent/blind secure (very light breeze was blowing). I like it. Its a pretty cool, quick, light, simple, efficient tent/bind.
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