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shoot'n house
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Rainy weather and rut ... makes for a un-comfey hunt.  Did some home work, and found this idea:  http://www.mossyoak.com/our-obsession/bl...ting-house

figured up the cost, and for someone getting all the supplies - looks to be around $600.00 - got right much of the material scattered here and there - and having a tractor with pallet forks on it - I can make it come in real handy on various locations.
                  
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Nice. Being able to move it is good.
Founder: Make it Rain

If it is in season I will hunt it.
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I have been building duck blinds my whole life but never built one with the idea to move it . If I was going to build a deer blind I would find a riding lawnmower and build a frame on it to build the blind on top so I come move when I wanted to .

Wink LD  Idea
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Bay, did you ever build one?
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"B" - I am 1/3 way into it - got the base & deck and 2 walls done ...... then switched gears, and started logg'n - I'll get back on it soon.
                  
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(03-22-2018, 06:39 AM)BAY BEAGLE Wrote: "B" - I am 1/3 way into it - got the base & deck and 2 walls done ...... then switched gears, and started logg'n - I'll get back on it soon.

Awesome! take some progress pictures Smile
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https://www.academy.com/shop/pdp/elevato...ors-4-pack

I made the frame in the pic a while back. Sat in there on a rainy day it's nice. Could easily build a wood house on top.

We are going to build another one with the brackets in the link above and some materials a friend acquired.


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(03-22-2018, 08:59 AM)BiggBirdd Wrote: https://www.academy.com/shop/pdp/elevato...ors-4-pack

I made the frame in the pic a while back. Sat in there on a rainy day it's nice. Could easily build a wood house on top.

We are going to build another one with the brackets in the link above and some materials a friend acquired.

I've used the same brackets. They work great

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