MADE in USA
360 Ground Blind
by Double Bull Archery
Discontinued by Manufacturer
Custom Designed Blind For
Turkey, Deer, Big Game, and Waterfowl Hunters
Who Demand The Best
finest ground blind made. Proudly manufactured in the U.S.A.
Designed for consistent
success for hunters who want the advantages of a full coverage blind
and don't want a cheap, poor-quality imitation.
Highest quality cotton/poly non-reflective, quiet Predator
Deception All Purpose
camo material for superior invisibility in the woods and durability. Inside of material is black to keep
interior of blind dark to hide movement of hunters.
Custom-designed, sewn, and
fitted, resulting in superior quality and durability. With proper
care, this blind will provide many years of excellent service vs. the
imitator blinds, which are inferior in all respects.
Designed for hunting turkeys,
deer, elk, antelope, waterfowl, photography and wild game observations.
With windows closed, human
scent is controlled. Includes 5" ground flap to help
seal in scent.
Fast set up
in 7 seconds with simple pole/hub system.
Free standing, but
staking and tying down is recommended. 4 wall tie down cords and 4
corner stake grommets included.
viewing/shooting window that opens to a maximum of 23" in vertical
height. Four additional 7" X 9" shooting windows (with
covering flaps) included.
Shoot-through mesh covering for entire 360 degree
window can be quickly opened or lowered.
67" (5' 7") center
height for Standard Blind or choose Extended Height Blind which is
74" (6' 2").
Choose standard fiberglass
support rods, or super lightweight carbon rods.
Triangular shaped zippered roof window opens to allow ventilation, or
for viewing or shooting.
5' square floor space,
Standard model: 5' 7" tall
Extended height model: 6' 2" tall
Peaked roof to repel rain/snow.
Heavy-duty zipper door entrance.
(w/ fiberglass rods)16 #
Standard (w/ carbon rods) 12#
Extended Height (w/ fiberglass rods) 20#
Extended Height (w/ carbon rods) 16#
Carrying bag and strap included.
Informational Purposes ONLY
Discontinued by Manufacturer -
the advantages of a ground blind
Review blueprints to build
your own blind
The Turkey Pro Sez: "Years ago, well ahead of most
hunters or manufacturers, I discovered the advantages
of a ground blind for both turkey and deer hunting with gun or bow, and for photography. For a few years in fact, I manufactured and
sold a specialty blind of my own design. Over the past several years, Double Bull Archery has earned a reputation as the premier manufacturer of high
quality, effective blinds. Their newest model, the Matrix
incorporates all the features I demand in a high-quality blind. It meets my
high standards for functionality, quality, features, and effectiveness.
360 is rapid to set up...about
7 SECONDS ! This is due to the clever pole/hub assemblies. All rods
and parts stay in place and with a minute or two of practice, you can set it up
in 7 seconds. I also like the Predator Deception All Purpose camo, which blends into any
environment perfectly. The quality of construction and materials are superb....all
made in USA. Properly taken care of, I doubt you could wear it
out in a lifetime. There are many, many hub style blinds on the market
now. You get what you pay for. I have experimented with lower
cost models, and found them to be inferior and not worth even the low cost
I paid. Why you ask? I have had the cheap models completely
fade out in color...one in fact faded to a nice bright red color, a
moderate wind would constantly break rods in another (which are next to
impossible to replace), most have plastic hubs that easily break, and most
are made from reflective and noisy material...something I detest.
Finally, most of the cheap models are poorly thought out with respect to
windows.....noisy zippers and Velcro, cheap zippers that break, and badly
designed window placement and size.
Without a full coverage blind, a bow hunter has almost no chance to
bag turkeys consistently. And...you won't believe how well a blind like this will contain
your body odor when deer, antelope, or elk hunting. With a clean body, use of cover scent, and keeping the shooting
windows closed until you're ready for a shot, the critters with a super nose will
normally not detect you, even when they are within 20 yards. It also is excellent
for waterfowl or dove hunting. Simply open the roof window and you can shoot easily
in all directions, while your body is hidden.
We are offering four different
models of the blind....the standard model with fiberglass rods, or with
lightweight carbon rods. For those who want more height so they can
stand up comfortably, or to shoot standing up, we offer the Extended
Height Model with fiber glass or carbon rods.
The best thing about a Matrix
360 is its flexibility....you can configure the window systems to
fit any style of hunting. If you want to shoot through the mesh
material....no problem in any direction. If you prefer to shoot
through a more traditional window, you have four to choose from. You
can open a complete 360 degree window, with or without the mesh...open it
just a little or more, however you want. I strongly suggest,
however, that you open a window just enough to safely make your shot and
try to keep the window behind you closed, because if you don't,
you'll create movement which a turkey or deer can detect, and that may
spook them. Keep movement to a minimum.
360 blind is
great for taking people hunting who can't sit still....and it's great at
keeping the cold, rain, and wind away, thus improving your ability to endure the long wait
for game. Until you use a blind like this, you simply won't believe how well it
works and how close game will come. Using a blind, my average shot at gobblers
with bow and arrow is about 15 yards. Even with
the great Predator Deception All Purpose camo pattern, I still
recommend placing brush or tree limbs around the blind for further camo and to break the
outline of the blind.
Set up your blind in a good
spring strut zone and I promise you excellent results and plenty of
turkey action! Same thing goes for fall deer hunting....big bucks
pay little attention to a blind like this."