Nukem Hunting’s New “Grab And Go” Hunting Blind
Nukem Hunting has announced the new ‘Grab and Go’ ground blind is now available for purchase. Nukem Hunting blinds were developed by outdoorsmen with decades of experience to meet the needs of the mobile hunter. The lightweight design and versatile nature of Nukem Hunting blinds allows hunters to set up in seconds, not minutes. To see the Nukem Hunting blinds in action or purchase, please visit nukemhunting.com.
“We are thrilled to announce the ‘Grab and Go’ blinds are now available, and we are really excited for more people to get their hands on it,” said Nukem Hunting owner Pat Newcomb. “I’ve spent my entire life in the outdoors, hunting and fishing everything you can imagine. We knew we could make a blind that stood far above the rest and after years of development, we know our customers will have the ultimate advantage with this blind.”
Nukem Grab and Go hunting blinds are perfect for the run and gun hunter who likes to take the hunt to the animal. The compact construction allows users to move silently through the woods and set up at a moment’s notice. The no-stake, easy folding design eliminates the headache associated with conventional ground blinds and gives hunters the ability to set up virtually anywhere.
The U.S. Utility Patent Approved Grab and Go hunting blind is constructed with 150 Denier Nylon, delivering durability with a total unit weight of only 3.5 pounds. Each blind folds up to 32 inches and fits inside a carrying case with shoulder strap for easy transport. The stake free design allows the blind to extend up to seven feet, easily concealing two hunters. Nukem Hunting blinds are available in TrueTimber Strata or HTC Green camo to deliver ultimate concealment across a variety of landscapes.
About Nukem Hunting
Nukem Hunting was built on a generational love for the outdoors. Owner, Pat Newcomb, grew up hunting and fishing in Western North Carolina with his father and brothers. A lifetime of dedication and experience chasing game all over the world went into developing the revolutionary ‘Grab and Go’ hunting blind. Hunters all over can now utilize the technology the Newcomb family has been having success with for years.
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