Seeing Through to a Game Changing Blind

Seeing through the crowd is one thing, but seeing through the Primos Double BullⓇ SurroundView™ 270° blind is a game-changer. Day two at the National Shooting Sports Foundation’s SHOT Show proved to be a productive one. In between the board meetings, editorial meetings, hunting meetings, and others, I bumped into a colleague and we decided to take a load off as we ducked inside the see-through blind to have a meeting.

Not long ago I shared the LACE program. That’s the Ladie’s Adventure Camp Experience, and I’ve been enlisted to guide women on turkey hunting adventures. My good friend, Olympic Biathlete, Lanny Barnes, and I will take novice and experience women on a pursuit to tag a big-o Merriam’s gobbler. You know what that means, right? It means we need gear!

Friends who attended the Archery Trade Show experience via social media shared the new Primos Double Bull Surround View 360 blind. I have a couple Double Bull’s, and they are highly recommended. What caught my eye is that this blind is see through. Yes. You read that correctly, but let me clarify that. A hunter sitting inside can see through the blind, but someone, or something, outside the blind cannot see in.

When I saw this, the must-have was immediately noted, but it also brought up a question. If the sun was at an appropriate angle, would it shine through the blind and silhouette what is inside? I had to stop by the Primos booth to ask questions and check it out first hand.

Indeed, in the 360, if the sun shines appropriately, a hunter may be silhouetted, but Primos didn’t get to be such a large company by neglecting details.  They have a movable blackout wall that a hunter can attach on the side which the sun might hit. They’ve also created a 270 and 180 blind. These blinds have either one or two black-out panels, which a hunter can place at a determined angle to block out the sun. That leaves two to three see-through panels for a hunter to look through.

I doubt you’re asking the question, “What is the advantage of a see-through blind?” but in case you are the one I think of immediately is that a hunter won’t get back-doored as easily. You’ll be able to see an animal before it even comes into view of the shooting windows. You’ll have time to identify the animal species, establish the sex of the animal,  qualify its size or age, and prepare for your shot.

The PrimosⓇ Double BullⓇ SurroundView™ 360°, 270°, and 180° will be available in stores February 2018.

PrimosⓇ Double BullⓇ SurroundView™ hunting blinds

Primos-Double-Bull-Surround-View-360SurroundView 360°

  • Dimensions: 60 in x 60 in x 70 in
  • Weight: 23 lbs. w/bag
  • Silent slide closure
  • 180° full front shooting window
  • 5 shoot through ports
  • Legendary Double Bull materials and construction
  • TRUTH camo specifically designed to hide ground blinds in any terrain

SurroundView 360° – Model No. 65150 – MSRP $499

 Primos-Double-Bull-SurroundView-270SurroundView 270°

  • Dimensions: 55 in x 55 in x 70 in
  • Weight: 21 lbs. w/bag
  • 7 shoot-through ports
  • 3 max view openings
  • Legendary Double Bull materials and construction
  • TRUTH camo specifically designed to hide ground blinds in any terrain

SurroundView 270° – Model No. 65151 – MSRP: $399

Primos-Double-Bull-SurroundView-180SurroundView 180°

  • Dimensions: 48 in x 48 in x 65 in
  • Weight: 19 lbs. w/bag
  • 7 shoot-through ports
  • 3 max view openings
  • Legendary Double Bull materials and construction
  • TRUTH camo specifically designed to hide ground blinds in any terrainModel

SurroundView 180° – Model No. 65152 – MSRP: $299


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