Barronett Grounder 250 Ground Blind – Bloodtrail Woodland Camo
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.
- 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.
- Country of Origin : Imported
- DSG Pro Tips
- Brand : Barronett Blinds
- Web ID: 16BBLUGRNDR250BLDTSB
- SKU: 17736656
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