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Mobile Deer Blind & Hunting Truck

Check out our ranch hunting rig. It's a converted 2001 Ford F-350 by TerraHawk LLC.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/69319208@N08/6295450357/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wy1kXpGn_tY

 

TerraHawk also makes a commercial version for law enforcement. Our ranch rig version enters from the back of the truck bed, and the lift goes up within 2 minutes. Super easy to use and climate controlled capsule keeps you warm in the winter. Shot a nice 10 point out of it last year from 200 yards off but saw it coming in from 500 yards. Love this truck!

 

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  Okay - that is one heck of

 

Okay - that is one heck of a mobile blind.  Very impressive.  Very very impressive.  And I will ask what others may not - how much for the base model and does that include installation?

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Wow is right!! When I read

Wow is right!! When I read mobile truck blind that is not what came into my mind. Kind of different for a deer hunting situation but I can see wherre it could come in handy. I bet it would be great for night calling predators down there if you took the sides off for better full cirlce view. Spotting hogs on fields without a permanent blind would be another use.

Can't use your truck at all here and in many places but I know the laws are different in many states.

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