Barronett Grounder 250 Ground Blind – Bloodtrail Woodland Camo

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Barronett Grounder 250 Ground Blind – Bloodtrail Woodland Camo is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 13.
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Barronett Grounder 250 Ground Blind – Bloodtrail Woodland Camo
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Lightweight, and easy to set up in your favorite honey hole, the Barronett® Grounder 250 Ground Blind is an excellent tool for hunting any kind of big game. Boasting a hub-style design for quietly and easily setting up the blind in the field, the Grounder 250 also has large zippered windows for numerous viewing and shooting opportunities. The Barronett® Grounder 250 also has a spacious 59” x 59” footprint for hunting with a friend.

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  • Grounder 250 Ground Blind – Bloodtrail Woodland Camo
  • Durable five-hub design for fast and east set up when hunting
  • Integrated ground skirt for containing scents and hiding movements
  • Lightweight 16 lb. overall weight for simple carrying to and from hunting spot
  • Full length zippered door and windows for multiple viewing and shooting options
  • Replaceable shoot through mesh window covers for additional shielding from game
  • Bloodtrail Woodland Camo pattern for maximum concealment during late season hunts
  • Comfortably conceals up to two hunters
  • Height: 67”
  • Length: 75”
  • Footprint: 59” x 59”
  • Overall Weight: 16 lbs.
  • Brand: Barronett Blinds
  • Country of Origin: Imported

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Value Blind I have purchased 5 of these over the last 2 years. I use them for turkey and whitetail deer hunting. They mount easily on the ground or can be used in an elevated blind. The small window on the one end can reduce your visibility, but hard to cover more than 3 sides anyway. The only thing I was unhappy about was that all the boxes were labeled the same but one had a deep autumn brown to orange camo color versus the other more green/black which is what I wanted. I kept it, gives me some variety in my setups wether for turkey or deer.
Date published: 2018-01-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Durable & Reliable but Window Design is Lacking I purchased this blind almost three years ago on a flash sale, and it has been a fantastic value. A buddy of mine had told me he hunted out of a Barronett and he liked it a lot better than other brands in the same price range, so when I saw this one on sale I jumped at it. Here’s a summary of the features: SETUP / TAKEDOWN: It sets up and takes down like a breeze…literally under a minute. First try out of the box, I had it up in 2 minutes without even looking at the instruction sheet. I have hunted with at least four different brand/model ground blinds, and this is the only one that I have never had a single tangle-up issue or popped rod during set up or takedown. SIZE: For my purposes, this is about the perfect size ground blind – big enough for two people but not so big it is difficult to set up in thick timber. Enough room for two adult hunters with either shotguns or crossbows. I have doubled on turkeys a couple of times with a partner in this blind. WINDOWS: Window design is where this blind does fall a little short. Each side of the blind has identical windows, which can be zipped so that half of each side is open. The window arrangement is not very versatile, and in certain setups, the fact that none of the windows open below the midpoint of the blind can create difficulties for downhill shot angles. The high window placement also means you will need a chair that is at least 18” tall at seat level to be able to shoot over the windows while seated. If you use a rest or shooting stick, you will need to check the height to see if it will extend up to the window. The short version of the Primos trigger stick is not tall enough for these windows, unless you have a block or something under it to raise it up at least 4 inches. The zippers are also fairly loud, which makes it almost impossible to open a closed window quickly to check out an animal approaching from behind. The blind works much better if at least one side’s windows are closed, so this can be a real hindrance in situations where quarry may approach from any direction. I much prefer the silent slide style windows, magnets, or even the hook and loop style, as they allow a window to be opened silently during the hunt. I have had several instances of spooking deer prior to daylight when I start unzipping these windows. Besides the regular windows, the windows also have a shoot-through mesh covering. The mesh can be taken off if you prefer not to shoot through the mesh, but it is attached to the exterior of the window with Velcro, so it is really too loud to remove the mesh in the field – i.e. you need to take it off ahead of time if you don’t plan on using it. Also, removing the mesh is an all or nothing deal for each window, there is really no way to adjust it for a shooting slot. Some blinds have a split top/bottom slide-apart mesh which allows a small shooting slot to be created, which I really like. I do use the shoot though mesh, and I have found that it does not seem to affect either fixed broadheads or any type of firearm. I have to take it off when using mechanical broadheads, though. As far as damage to the mesh, a broadhead barely affects it, so you would have shoot several times with a bow before needing to replace the mesh. Even less damage with a rifle. A shotgun, however, is different story. It is a good idea to go ahead and cut a small hole to barely stick the end of the barrel out for shotgun hunting. Otherwise, a single shot is the end of the window. DOOR: I have mixed feelings about the door design on this blind. It is just a simple zipper which zips vertically from the bottom to top of one corner. This does not make for much of an opening, so you have to remove turkey vest, firearm, or back pack prior to entering; and you are going to need both hands free to pry the sides apart far enough to squeeze in. The door design is a bit of an annoyance for ingress & egress, but I think the straight vertical zipper is part of the reason why this blind never has a one of those dreaded pole entanglements during setup and takedown. The blinds I have used that have a triangle shaped zip out door are much easier to get in and out of, but they seem to be much more prone to tangle up. So this seems to be a bit of a trade-off in design, and which you may value more – easy entry or confidence that the blind will pop up or take down like it supposed to. I have had instances where I spent over an hour getting blinds untangled when a pole pops loose and runs itself out a window or door, then binds up with another hub; and this is a hard enough task to accomplish in a lit shop floor, much in the dark in the woods. There is nothing much worse that starting to pop up a blind before daylight, only to have it tangle itself into an almost unsolvable mess, so the absence of these events has been a huge plus for this blind. Also, the fact that the door is another zipper (as opposed to a hook and loop or magnets) means that entry is not a completely silent affair, either. In fact, if you don't have the blind staked down, it is usually easier/quiter just to tip it over, and then pick it up and place it back over yourself. DURABILITY: The durability is fantastic for the price. I have left this blind setup for months in the woods, and it doesn’t show any real signs of wear. After three years of use, both in turkey and whitetail season, it is still working perfectly. The color has faded somewhat, but that is a minor detail. OVERALL: Overall, I would purchase this blind again. It is a pretty good value in the $125 price point range, although, I wouldn’t pay much more than that. The noise factor does detract due to the zippers, and the lack of any versatility in window design is another point in the con column. However, the durability and reliability makes this blind worth a look. It really shines in flatter terrain where you don’t have to worry about downward angling shots. To me, the ease of setup and the light weight make this a blind better suited for turkey hunting (of course their short stature does exacerbate the window height issue somewhat). It doesn’t have any brush tie downs, which detracts from blending it in for deer hunting, as deer definitely notice the change in their environment, whereas turkeys, pay little to no attention to it as long as it doesn’t move. I also like to set up ground blinds on high benches or overlooks when deer hunting, which provides some of the same advantages as a tree stand, and the windows in this blind really are not designed for that downward angled shot. Finally, it does seem to keep you fairly dry when hunting in rainy conditions, which is another plus.
Date published: 2017-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great blind I bought this to replace a pop up that failed and tore last deer season. I'm so glad I did. Its easy to set up and held up to late fall winds and very cold winter weather. Grandson and I took a nice doe at 15 yards. The deer didn't see us and accepted the blind as a natural occurance within their world.
Date published: 2018-01-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great blind, affordable price Bought this for the 2016 season. Only complaint is that the stakes and hold ropes aren’t too robust. Lost half of them with the first wind. Strings broke a couldn’t find the black stakes. Also had a few pin holes in the material in various places not a big deal but a few drops with steady rain.
Date published: 2018-01-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good blind Nice quality zipper and fabric. Windows way to big. They are high to ceiling and high to shoot out of with a bow..haf some issues putting up in down but got good with it as I used it a lot late season public.. Windows again way to tall (open)&(for bow rest.. Talk seat helps)
Date published: 2018-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth the money I bought this for the Michigan firearms season and as an extra blind in archery season in case I didn’t want to be in my tree blind. I used the Grounder 250 in both seasons. I had deer and other animals as close as 5 yards from the blind. I erected the blind in minutes ( the blind was erected in early September) in a covered area and “brushed in” the roof and sides to better conceal my presence as well as cut any sunlight glare if there happen to be some. The opening of firearm season was wet and rainy all day, however I sat in comfort in the blind. Granted because the sides extend out rain made its way into the front and side window, but I was a guy who has sat out in the elements hunting for 55 years. I was very comfortable and basically dry. It rained hard at times and the wind blew the rain around. I just would zip the window(s) up a bit and all was good. I have read some complaints about the zipper windows. Zip them slow!! Little buy little and you will be fine. I plan on buying two more Baronett blinds. My wife wants one Ha! Ha!
Date published: 2018-01-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Lots of room.easy to put up. I had it for a month. Directions call for seam stealer can't find seal .seams leak bad.they should include seam sealer with blind .i used camp dry only thing i could find .seams still leaked. If a friend would ask u need seam sealer
Date published: 2018-01-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good value I like the zipper window/screens vs Velcro or hooks. Blind is roomy and easy to set up. Door opening is a little tight and zipper is hard to zip closed, otherwise a nice blind for the money.
Date published: 2018-01-13
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