Barronett Blinds Big Mike Blades Camo Ground Blind
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With its tall design, the Barronett Blinds® Big Mike™ Hunting Blind provides ample room for you to fire your bow. The ground blind features 12 shoot-through mesh windows so you can shoot big game targets from any direction. Its 5-hub design allows you to set-up or take-down the blind and move it to a different location with ease. The Big Mike™ is water resistant and includes the accessories needed to keep the blind in place.
- 12 replaceable shoot-through mesh camo windows for fixed broadhead use
- Smaller footprint with a taller design provides plenty of room to stand up and shoot
- Durable 5-hub design for easy set-up and take-down
- Brush holders provided for additional concealment
- Includes gear pockets, tie-down ropes and ground stakes
- Water resistant roof and walls
- 2-person capacity
- BLOODTRAIL™ Blades camo
- Height: 80"
- Set-Up Size: 75" x 75"
- Footprint: 59" x 59"
- Weight: 19 lbs.
- Model: BM01BB
- Barronett Blinds
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 23825136
Rated 4.5 out of 5áby 30 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5áby Lee I like the windows all the way around the blind Easy set up, all enough for archery hunting, I will buy another one. September 19, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5áby kds1 Very good This was better than I expected. Would be better if it came with larger stakes like regular 6" tent stakes. July 26, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5áby Russell53 Best Feature? I would say it's great for standing & shooting your compound bow. I really liked this blind it has plenty of height & head room for tough standing shots. I also liked the fact that it had room for chairs and anything else you wanted to put in it. The blind is easy to get in out of, big enough for two hunters. I would say set it up and adjust the windows the day before the hunt and practice shooting out of it also the day of set-up. The blind did well also with the water seller spray! Make sure the top of the blind is tied up to a tree limb so rain, snow or ice will fall off of it. Note: The only thing that might upset a hunter is that if you leave this blind out for several weeks it can turn a light pink. I however enjoyed this product so much pink or yellow it didn't matter to me because it still got the job done! This is the fastest blind that I have ever put up the assembly is quick! I wouldn't let any of this talk stop me from trying this blind for yourself. Be Safe and Good Hunts! February 18, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5áby Froggy Great Blind I guide in Wyoming. This blind gives my clients plenty of room to get up and stretch and move around while waiting for their shot. It is easy to set up and when staked correctly, stands up pretty well to the Wyoming "breezes". Plenty of room to make that archery shot "through the mesh". January 20, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5áby john My Blind turned pink Camo Ok, when I bought this blind it is big, easy to setup and great blind.. However, I left the blind out for 3 weeks and the sun bleached it to pink camo color. OK, some of you are going to give me stuff about leaving it out and sun bleaching. But my Dog House Ameristep blind which I paid a whole lot less for has been out all season and 1/3 of the the price and has not bleached at all. December 9, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby JB Big bang for my buck this is my second blind, this one is better made. great quality, very satisfied. November 14, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5áby no needs minor feature changes Bought this for bowhunting. First thing I noticed was outside roll up window curtains. Not good, before setting up you would have t roll up and tie back the exterior curtain.. Not easy or quiet to do in the dark. Would not work for my purposes, returned it to store. Might work for turkey hunting/daylight hours, just not for me. November 7, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby hunterguy Good blind This is the first blind I have purchased. I have used a few before. This blind was a good price. It sets up and takes down easy. It is made well, and has lots of "smart" features, such as places to attach brush or limbs, windows, screens ect. For the price I am very pleased. October 19, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby CootShooter Standing Room Only!! Wow, this blind is very nice. Plenty of room for a couple hunters and their gear. What I like best is that you can stand up to shoot a bow. I am 5'8" and have plenty more room above my head and don't need to worry about the top of my bow hitting anything. The only thing I don't like is the way the windows unzip and secure on the inside when the windows are open. I've got them all jury-rigged in differing configurations to have the windows open how I like them - open just enough in some areas and fully open or closed in others. I would only take 1/2 star off for this though, but since I can't do it I will keep it at a 5 star rating. Overall a great blind! October 12, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby Racerdave The Bow Hunters Blind ! I have bowered blinds before but this is my first purchase of one. I bought this blind about 3-4 weeks ago. I got the blind out over the Labor Day weekend, set it up in the back yard and get familiar with it before getting it out in the field. Sets up quick! Almost as fast as it comes down. I was impressed with how nice it goes up. In the bright light I did notice a couple very minor pin holes in the roof, I am not too worried about it and I am going to let it go, I do not think they will be an issue. I played around with the window and mesh configurations and I really like how this is set up. Lots of locations to hook the mesh down a little lower or off to the side a little so I can shoot over or around the mesh (not a fan of shooting through it), same with the windows, easily have them partially open and hook the flaps out of the way. I discovered the corner windows partially closed add a nice shadow point to hide in with plenty of room to step out and make a shot out of adjacent windows. I made a couple shots at my shooter buck out of the blind to see how it went. I am 6ft. tall, the Hoyt bow I shoot is 32? axle to axle and I have a 29.5? draw length. With my height and bow combination I had trouble when I released the arrow, the upper cam wacked the roof making a loud noise as the cam spun into the material. I ended up taking and older bent FMJ arrow and installing knocks at each end (to keep the sharp ends of the arrow off the roof) and placing the arrow between the two fiberglass poles and the roof to raise the roof material up slightly. I found this helped but the cam still would hit the roof slightly. I realized if I spread out my stance a little more it lowered my body enough to clear everything and make a quiet clean shot. The great thing is there was room to spread out, plus room to draw the bow with the arrow towards the ground without sticking the arrow out a window. If you are any taller than 6ft. or shot a longer axle to axle bow you might want to consider the Big Mike XT. The extra 4 inches will definitely be appreciated. I don?t mind shooting with the wider stance, it?s just something I am going to have to practice with and make sure I am staying consistent, but it?s very doable. Overall I am really pleased with this blind, I bought this on sale and for what I paid for it I cannot image a better product for the money. I also like that replacement parts are not to terribly expensive and they are readily available. I was a little concerned about the blades camo pattern at first, but ordered it because of the sale price. But after receiving it and setting this up I think knowing what I know now I would choose this over the Woods camo given the choice. This pattern is dark enough to fit well in the woods and blends very well on the edge of a corn field. It?s not like Deer or Turkey are going to be strolling by and stop and say ?wait?that camo pattern does not match, let?s get outta here!? The shipping was very fast, I had this at my door in two days and was pleased with the entire purchase experience. Thanks Dick?s. I am definitely a Barronett Customer. Great products guys, thanks for thinking of us bow hunters! September 8, 2015