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  1. misser

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    123651545-4001079799906181-5202256862391102453-o.jpg its 7.5X7.5 8 feet up
     
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  2. Armored farmer

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    Beautiful!
    What's the exhaust pipe.?
     
  3. Duster340

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    Very nice. Looks great!
     
  4. buck460XVR

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    More like a tiny house than a deer blind! Looks to be a huge asset for years to come!
     
  5. Duster340

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    I'd live in that place lol!
     
  6. alsaqr

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    That's a seriously nice hunting house.
     
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    The correct answer is small wood stove.
     
  8. Loyalist Dave

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    Does the rain make a lot of noise on that corrugated roof? o_O
    (It's probably nicer than my first dorm-room...and I couldn't shoot deer from my first dorm-room :confused:)

    LD
     
  9. Armored farmer

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    Here's mine..... 20200228_114634.jpg I got it framed up and outside temporarily........ 20200409_122612.jpg nd a big storm blew it out in the field and overturned it. My fault, I didn't chock the wheels. I have it uprighted and parked in a safe place til I can get it finished on the inside.
    I'm gonna insulate, and wire it for solar, and install a camper stove/oven, and a couch.
    8x12 with a porch.
     
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    Armored farmer. nice blind and liking the combine as well:thumbup::thumbup::thumbup: How big of a head are you running on that rascal?
     
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  11. George P

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    What? No dry compost toilet?
     
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  12. Arkansas Paul

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    That's nicer than some of the houses I lived in as a kid.
    I wish I were joking.

    Nice man. That's really cool. I enjoy kicking back and being comfortable when hunting. Call me "not a hunter" if you want, but I'm not trying to rough it. lol
     
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    Very nice !! Here is mine ,going to raise it 10 feet this weekend using a backhoe with forks. Bottom has a steel base that accepts 4x4's. Camo her up and Im good to go for PA opener.
    thumbnail_IMG-0505.jpg
     
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    If I wanted to hunt from inside, I can do it from the house. Those are some very fine hunting "shacks", if that word even applies.
     
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    ArmoredFarmer, I put a like on yours. Not for it tipping over, I am sure you have it upright by now, but its pretty nice too.
     
  16. Berserker

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    I built one 5x5 7 foot tall in front. 10 foot high. Though I think 6-10, just to get you above brush, is good. Are shadowblind mounts for 4x4s? I liked idea. But was annoyed 4x4s didn't fit. Had to shave them down in woods. Should have paint or sealant after I shaved.

    I've got blind spots. Should cut some holes and just put plexi glass over.

    By myself, I wouldn't want to go bigger than 5x5, unless sleeping in it.
     

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    Somewhere in my picture folders,,,
    I have a picture where someone hoisted a small travel trailer onto pylons.

    Your rig looks nicer.

    Aarond

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  18. Armored farmer

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    Sorry, I just saw your question.
    We have a 12row cornhead and a 35ft draper bean head. I wish I had gotten a 16row for it....it is a corn eating monster.
     
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    Labor saver for sure. Gotta love the right equipment. The farm I help on does not have quite that large but it works. They are good freinds and I labor for free for hunting rights. Works for all of us.
     
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  20. misser

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    yep thats right its a exhaust pipe . i actually spend the night and have no wish to be found dead from a no-vented heater . spent 4 nights this year only problem with spending the night is that the nights are rather long this time of year
     
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  21. misser

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    My chair .it was a freebie
     

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  22. misser

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    and yes there is a TV and yes i did shoot a deer
     
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  23. Highland Lofts

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    Where is the picture of the deer?.
    Remember no picture it didn't happen.

    These are some very nice deer shacks.
     
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  24. Armored farmer

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    This was the view from my elevated blind last evening, Dec 3, 2020 20201203_144614.jpg
     
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  25. WisBorn

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    My question is how do you not take a nap in the chair :D
     
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