Q: Whats the big difference in deer blinds, The Blynd and other deer hunting tower stands?

  • Posted on: 9 April 2015
  • By: bigdaddy

A: Conventional deer hunting tower stands are variously referred to as deer blinds, deer stands, tower stands, shooting houses, box blinds, box stands, rifle boxes, and so forth and so on .. To clarify all the confusion, we here at HuntSports strive to figure out and work with buyers to achive the ultimate long term investment strategy of a quality "Hunting Blind" to last for years to come - ie.

R-Pro, RD-Pro, Sunslinger, E-Kit, American Hunter Feeder Products from HuntSports

  • Posted on: 10 September 2014
  • By: Nexus

Wholesale Discounts / Lots / Farm / Ranch / Hunting Operations, Deer Lease Managers / Hunt Clubs - ContactBigDaddy@HuntSports.com - You've got a friend in the hunting business.

Ask, Search, Knock 
 7 "Ask, and it will be given to you. Search, and you will find. Knock, and the door will be opened to you. 8 Everyone who asks will receive. He who searches will find. The door will be opened to the one who knocks.

What is the difference between PERMANENT and REMOVABLE camo vinyl products?

  • Posted on: 31 August 2014
  • By: bigdaddy

What is the difference between PERMANENT and REMOVABLE camo vinyl products? 

CAMO-SKINZ / CamoSkins - is one of the only camo vinyl product lines that offer both "Removable" .. and "Permanent" camo vinyl products for your hunting gear. Some camo patterns are only available in one, or the other, and each vinyl type has both pros and cons. You'll have to determine which is best for your application? 

What are the biggest factors driving LTL shipping and freight costs?

  • Posted on: 30 August 2014
  • By: bigdaddy

The Factors Which Make Up LTL ( LTL=LessThanTruckload) .. Freight Rates for larger items we ship are regulated and fluxuate by freight rates, by specific carriers - and 10 Common Factors help to determine LTL Freight Rates. First, consider that LTL shipments typically weigh between 151 and 20,000 lbs. - that is a tremendous "spread" and LTL carriers will usually apply a discount on shipments as the freight moves up in weight, meaning there are various “weight break discounts" and "volume break discounts" any freight carrier may give.

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