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1rustytree - August 16, 2019

Looking good! I like those elevator brackets, better than digging posts in my rocky ground!

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Twindadx2 - August 16, 2019

Looks good Fellas! Can't wait for the next video. Where do you buy those stake brackets for the 4×4 legs?

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BIO Clash - August 16, 2019

Hey uncle Kirk it’s me ray looks good dude I’ve been watching your videos lately Mikey is up there lol looks good

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My Slice Of Heaven Outdoors - August 16, 2019

good Job, I was hoping to make one this year but I never go to it. Hey Mike, I noticed Kirk doesnt let you use the power tools, why is that? Take it easy on that ford tractor, I got first dibs on that thing, its sweet

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david kese - August 17, 2019

Great video! You will have to patent that plan😄❗️I thing I have done to my homemade stands is instead of big roof overhangs I have been adding a plywood overhang or “awning” right over my windows. I tack up some 45 degree angle brackets above the windows and put the plywood on it. I make it as low as I can and still get a good view. This creates a shadow over the window and allows you to get away with more movement, it blocks out the sun and it really makes it seem like you have a lot more room in the blind. I can’t believe how much I like this and have done it to all my blinds! Might want to give it a try! Looking forward to your finished product!

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From Steel To Wood - August 18, 2019

Nice project! I like the fact the older tractors did not have any fancy linkages, wires, sensors underneath! So you can drive in the bush without being worried about breaking some expensive stuff. Thanks!

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RCAFpolarexpress - August 22, 2019

Good evening Sir ! Nice self standing shooting platforms !!! Keep up the good work !!! Cheers !

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Schick Happens - August 30, 2019

Nice. I'm in the process now of getting another ground blind built. I'll be wrapping the outside in cedar.

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The Babscast - September 14, 2019

Amazong

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Cody Mueller - September 15, 2019

How long are your 4×4 posts? Also when will part 2 be posted?

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gottabighit1 - October 16, 2019

Walls and roof? Season is 2 weeks away!

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My Slice Of Heaven Outdoors - October 17, 2019

Hey Kirk , I am looking at making a 8×6 elevated blind. I was looking at the bracket and they specify Max load 1000lbs.
I am thinking the structure alone would weigh that. And I am not a small guy. What's your thoughts on this. I want to make one sturdy enough and comfortable enough for 2 large guys.

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Squirrelly Acres Where nuts come to gather - October 31, 2019

Just came across your channel. Looking forward to watch more of your videos. Been thinking about using those brackets for a blind build.

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Looking Glass - November 2, 2019

what are those supports called you used for the post?

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Jake Mitchell - November 12, 2019

Hey GREAT video! Where are y'all from? I just LOVE that "yankee" accent, lol. I'm from MS, but I had cousins in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Michigan. I'm not sophisticated enough to identify where specific accents come from ("sophistication" isn't a MS strong suit, lol!), but I swear you guys sound just like my cousins! I love it!

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snapcrack55 - November 13, 2019

I was hoping the video would have shown drawings, parts & price breakdown….

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DRT Hunt Club - November 15, 2019

Nice job.
Box Blind build and set up. – https://youtu.be/cGC_GKvucAg

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Jason Patterson - November 16, 2019

Cool little video guys. How's the 2019 season going so far ?

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Steve Cooper - November 17, 2019

Great video guys thanks for sharing, next time just buy the 92 1/4 studs and you won’t have to cut , just have to double top plate , but you done a great job

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Matt Wheaton - November 17, 2019

DO you have a parts/Price list?

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Ted jaramillo - November 20, 2019

Ever hear of a squeegee? Works wonders on windows.

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John McDwyer - November 24, 2019

Where did you get those elevator brackets. Great video. Thx for sharing

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