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Thread: Wanted to borrow LayDown Blind

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    Wanted to borrow LayDown Blind

    Hi there , is a long shot but thought id ask .....

    I have the opportunity to shoot on my mates farm for this years duck season ... and he has asked if I can get a hold of a laydown blind to use.
    I dont have to funds to just go out and purchase one ..so I was wondering if anybody in the CHCH region may have an old one lying around being unused ? that I could possibly borrow please ?
    Im hoping I will enjoy using one and possibly save to purchase one for next years season ..

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    Do you have the means to make one seano ?

    There will be plans/instructions/how to's all over the net

    Some wire, timber and a grassland camo blanket would sort it I'd say


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    Quote Originally Posted by seano View Post
    Hi there , is a long shot but thought id ask .....

    I have the opportunity to shoot on my mates farm for this years duck season ... and he has asked if I can get a hold of a laydown blind to use.
    I dont have to funds to just go out and purchase one ..so I was wondering if anybody in the CHCH region may have an old one lying around being unused ? that I could possibly borrow please ?
    Im hoping I will enjoy using one and possibly save to purchase one for next years season ..

    Cheers
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    You can use mine for opening weekend if you like?
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    rabbit netting can be used as a cheap option just flip the whole thing to the side,you just need something to lie on and support your head

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    Do you need this for opening day or parrie season?
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    Cheers guys for the advice reg building one ... thanks to @MassiveAttack im sorted
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    Well thanks to @MassiveAttack for allowing me to borrow some equipment ,I went out for a shoot yesterday with couple of mates .Was a great day out and can't wait til next shoot


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    You were a busy boy yesterday!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stug View Post
    You were a busy boy yesterday!
    Indeed ,IPSC shoot in til lunch time ,then Carbine shoot after that ,then off try my luck with the "Birds" not the human kind ...I'm sure my wife would have some thing to say about that lol

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    A unique mix of 3 gun.

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    How many did you get? I would normally put all the deeks in front of the blind to try and get them to come in in front. Wing spinner is very helpful with parries.

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    We got a few each ,got set up a little later than we wanted to..but will have more time up our sleeves next shoot,think I may have a new shooting hobby

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    Quote Originally Posted by seano View Post
    We got a few each ,got set up a little later than we wanted to..but will have more time up our sleeves next shoot,think I may have a new shooting hobby

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    Duck hunting is hard. It's also addictive. It looks easy when you read about it in rod and rifle but people only talk about the successes.

    Happy to give you some tips if you want to give me a bell sometime but as you say I think I would start earlier, put all the deeks in front of the blinds and if you can find a wing spinner use that. I do have an old one you could have but it would need a 6v battery.

    A mate is selling a whole bunch of hammond calls if you are super keen. It includes a hammond parrie call which is the parrie call to have.

 

 

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