Primos Double Bull Deluxe Ground Blind Review

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Primos Double Bull Deluxe Ground Blind Review

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Primos Double Bull Deluxe Ground Hunting Blind is 77 inches hub to hub with a reasonable two-man floor space of 60 inches.

You get a reasonable 180-degree view from the front from which to shoot. The side windows it has allows you to peek and get a view behind.

The Pros

It’s a good blind for two people, with all their gear. It’s compact, and will pack up to travel around while hunting.

The Double Bull Deluxe also has an adjustable shooting window. This feature is fantastic, because different users (with different heights) can adjust the windows as appropriate to their needs.

This ground blind unpacks extremely quickly (probably in less than a minute). This is one of the main reasons to buy the Double Bull.

The Double Bull Deluxe is also made of good materials. It remains sturdy in the rain and wind.

Generally this ground blind lasts for many seasons. Lots of customers say how happy they are with its longevity.

The Cons

You would assume that the Double Bull Deluxe was one of the best ground blinds for portability. Unfortunately this blind is still a little on the heavy side for a portable blind, weighing an extra 5-10 pounds. What you lose in weight, you gain in setup time, though. So bear it in mind.

Also, the carrying case is a bit awkward. It’s quite hard to return the ground blind to its case, and there’s nothing more frustrating when you’re tired at the end of a hunt.

The strap and buckle can slip a little, so actually as portable ground blinds go, it’s not the easiest to cart around.

Summary

The Double Bull Deluxe is a comfortable, spacious, two-person ground blind for a fairly expensive price. It’s fabulously easy to setup, although it suffers when you pack it away.

It’s not a good ground blind for transportation either, so I recommend using it on hunting trips close to home or not far from the beaten path. The added weight and difficult straps will eventually bog you down.

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