Buck Commander Launches Deerstroyer Blind

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posted on August 26, 2014

Buck Commander has launched its Deerstroyer blind, a new ground blind that offers a 75-inch shooting width. Designed to hide gun hunters and bowhunters alike, the Deerstroyer can sit up to three people.

The 67-inch tall Deerstroyer comes in the Realtree Xtra camo pattern with a 600D outer shell. Split camo window curtains allow a hunter to remain hidden while offering the ability to adjust window configurations to offer shots where deer, turkey or other wildlife is most likely to show. A ground skirt assists in keeping light and the elements out, and contains scent.

The blind also features a zip-in and zip-out removable floor. Its interior size could make it an ideal options for consumers that have young hunters that they need to sit-in with.

The Deerstroyer packs down to 9-x47-inch size and weighs 22 pounds.

For more information, go to Ameristep.com.

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