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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
on October 11, 2009
I did a lot of research on this blind and many others before I decided on this particular blind.I think the three factors that helped me decide on this one were price,camo color and ease of operation.One thing that is not mentioned in the description of the blind or by the company when I called them is the fact that there are two spring rods that have to be installed in the roof after the blind is popped-up,but that only takes a minute or two to accomplish.The take down and fold up have to be done exactly as per the instructions say but once you get the hang of it is's easy.It's kind of like folding a figure 8 into a circle.The 4 window combinations are very versatile allowing you different combinations of shooting angles.I think the blind will be just as user friendly for a bowhunter as well as for someone using a rifle.It is also big enough for two people to use without any discomfort.I think you might need to pick you up a 4-pack of the 3/8"steel tent pegs like they sell at Wal-Mart to use for anchoring the blind,especially when the ground is very dry.Steel pegs are included but they are not very big.Be careful with tree limbs when setting up.The material on this and any other blind is definitely not puncture proof.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on October 5, 2009
This blind is big enough to accommodate two people (it would be a bit tight however). It is light, easy to set up, and easy to carry around thanks to the carry bag. You get a good blind for the money.
On the downside, I don't like the camo mesh shooting turrets. They are Velcro-ed to the blind and make a lot of noise if/when you remove them. Noise being your #1 ennemy in the wood, this is a major flaw in my opinion. If you leave the shooting turrets up however, then I guess it's fine.
Also, this blind is not made for bow hunters. There's not enough room to pull your bow back comfortably; you can do it but your elbow will hit the blind behind you.
Final advice: once you get your blind, set it up outside in your yard, clean it with UV/scent killer, and leave it there for a few day; the camo on it is pretty bright out of the box, and it has a smell to it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on November 24, 2009
The pop-up sets up easy and visibility is good my one sugestion would be to have zippers that can be used from eather out side or inside. I have a more expensive blind but it is mutch harder to set up and store in the bag.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on October 6, 2011
I purchased this in time for the 2011 Archery Season in PA. The first day I used it, I got a deer. It's roomy, it has a mess of windows and it's pretty easy to set up or tear down.

The only con: Velcro....
The screen windows can be removed via their Velcro strips but you'd better do it soon after you get set up. If your game is in the area, there'll be no way you'll be able to drop one of the windows without making a lot of noise. They are in the middle of a larger window which can be unzipped and dropped out of the way so I guess you could use that option but that, obviously, adds to your exposure. They say you can shoot through the screens but, for one, I'd rather not put holes in that which keeps out bugs and helps to keep you hidden. Secondly, I use mechanical broadheads and they don't always preform as expected when shot through screens. The screens also have a split in them so you can poke a barrel out of them but for bow, it would be tough unless you had a second set of hands holding the screens apart for you, however, it's rather tight in there for two people with bows.

Idea for the manufacturer:
In lieu of Velcro, use sewn-in light-weight magnets (like in shower curtains) to make the operation quieter. You wouldn't need many so the total weight wouldn't increase too much.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on November 8, 2010
This is a great blind. I ordered this blind just before the black powder hunt in Oklahoma. I received the blind and the webbing where the poles went to hold up the roof, were miss sewn. I made contact with Probus one touch, who sold me the blind, and informed Rod L. of my misfortune. With his help, and only one week until my hunt started, I was able to get my replacement. I was unable to set the blind up to let it air out for the two days, however I did have it in time to make my hunt. I have to commend Probus one touch for 3 day shipping me the blind and making all of that work. If you buy this blind you will love the camo pattern, ease of set up, and the ability to pack it in its backpack style case.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on December 20, 2010
What a great easy to set up blind for hunting any type of game you want to stay concealed for.

I dropped a 12 point 160 pound deer from about 25 yards with a bow from this blind 2 days ago.

It was roomy and comfortable and blended in.

Little problem in getting it back in its bag, it's tricky, but can be done easily with 2 people. It is light and packable into the woods if you are not in the mood for dragging your tree climber all the time, this is a super alternative, especially in the cold and wind!

Happy hunting!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on December 8, 2010
KillZone Hunting Pop-Up Ground Blind Turkey Deer with Zero Detect Camo 7M

Great Pop up blind! Setup in less than minute! Closing it up is fast and simple plus the backpack provides storage and portability! Spacious inside and will allow two hunters ample room for seating, cameras and gear when bow hunting as well as rifle hunting.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on November 22, 2010
The Blind is not bad, limited view, door zipper is the weakest part of the blind. After setting up the blind it is almost impossible to zip the door shut, the zipper handles break easy and the tension on the door cause the zippers to pull apart at the top and bottom corners.
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on December 2, 2010
Delivery was quick. Set up was easy. Just had 2 inches of rain plus high winds and all was dry inside and found it as I left it before the storm came. The price was right, even cheaper than most stores. Gave it four stars because of the hassle of taking it down. Had alittle buddy heater in it when it was 24 degrees outside and stayed warm. I would recommend this to a friend. Enough room for my daughter and I with the right kind of chairs.
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on April 10, 2012
not too bad of a blind...weather actually got to this one pretty easy..dry rot and zippers always were stuck..i'm tough on equipment so i say use better quality gear if you are as well!now if your a X-Bow or gun hunter w/ a lil chair than this would be great..just take it back w/you everytime..i leave mine out to get scent out and let the deer get used to it.Also a good feature is it blends great in the fall
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