Rhino Blinds R200-MOC 3 Person Hunting Ground Blind, Mossy Oak Breakup Country

September 4, 2019 - Comment

Whether you’re a first-timer or an avid hunter, RHINO Blinds hunting blinds are a perfect addition to your hunt. Easy setup and takedown makes working with RHINO Blinds a breeze. The walls pop up with a durable rod and hub system, and replacement parts are always available should anything happen to your blind. Each blind

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Whether you’re a first-timer or an avid hunter, RHINO Blinds hunting blinds are a perfect addition to your hunt. Easy setup and takedown makes working with RHINO Blinds a breeze. The walls pop up with a durable rod and hub system, and replacement parts are always available should anything happen to your blind. Each blind is UV treated, DWR (durable water repellant) treated, and antimicrobial treated eliminating fading, dry rotting, mold, and other issues prevalent in many blinds on the market. RHINO Blinds have been endorsed by hunting professionals, photographers, hunting guides, and more. From longbow/trickshot legend Byron Ferguson, to Dan, Danny, and Shannon Reaser of the Outdoor Option, RHINO Blinds are a favorite hunting blind for everyday, all-weather use. Try RHINO Blinds today and see why they’re the best hunting blinds available.

Product Features

  • R200 fits 3 people and has a 66″ center height, hub to hub 75″ x 75″, and floor space 58″ x 58″
  • Constructed of a True 150 denier polyester – 150 denier thread in both the horizontal and vertical weave
  • RHINO Blinds are easy to set up and take down – with a little practice setting the blind up can be accomplished quickly in as little as 60 seconds once the blind is out of the carry bag
  • Reliable hunting – set up at hunting site 3-4 days ahead of hunt to allow RHINO Blind to blend into the site location and become part of the scenery
  • RHINO Blinds are built tough and designed to withstand the most inclement weather conditions you dare to be caught in; rain, snow, hail, wind. If game is bedded down due to bad weather, you should gladly hunt another day!
  • Reinforced Stress Points – Triple stitched corners and reinforcements to prevent rods popping through the fabric
  • DWR and Antimicrobial Treatment – RHINO Blinds are treated with a durable water repellent to protect and an antimicrobial to help prevent mold and mildew ensuring you a quality product
  • What’s Included – Each blind comes with a backpack, stakes, and tie down ropes
  • Use what the pros use – choose RHINO Blinds!

Comments

Anonymous says:

Good not great Overall the Rhino 200 is a good blind. I am a little disappointed to be honest. It was difficult to set up right out of the box, it took a little time to get the hub sections in the correction position but after the first time, it is very quick to set up and take down. I was really surprised at the amount of pin holes on the inside. I was expecting a very high quality product and to be able to see light through as many holes as I can was disappointing. Also the material is not as thick or have…

Anonymous says:

Nice blind This thing is a very nice sized blind, should fit two people comfortablyLike one review said, it did not come with instructions, but if you can setup a tent, you can set this up no problemFirst time I set it up, it took me about 20-30 minutes, total, and I did it aloneOnly complaint I have is one of the smaller windows does not have a way to keep it down, up yes, down, noGood wind and it will blow open, but that’s minorI really like having two sides making one…

Anonymous says:

Good for the price I just popped this up in my garage to put a good coat of silicone spray on the roof. Won’t be using it till next season. Ive had the original rhino for about 6 yrs and it’s been pretty good. A storm cam through and broke a couple poles this year. This blind is a lighter fabric than my old one. Hoping it will hold up well, but it seems fine at this point. Like the zipperless door. Hate the rectangular window to the right of the door, it doesn’t close good. I’ll probly just see it permanently…

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