Insulated Soundproof Hunting Blinds With Octagon 360 Degree View For Sale Online

The leading hunting gear store Ambush Hunting Blinds announced it is now able to take orders on its scent proof, 360 degree view hunting blinds online.

Elkhart, United States - May 17, 2018 /NewsNetwork/ —

Ambush Hunting Blinds announced it is now selling its unique, ready to use hunting blinds online so more hunters around the country can stay warm, comfortable and completely unnoticed while waiting for their prize.

More information is available at https://ambushhuntingblinds.com.

The Ambush Hunting Blinds is a family owned business situated near Elkhart, Indiana, known for the unique range of hunting blinds it has been offering fellow hunters and outdoor enthusiasts over the years.

To make it easier for hunters all around the country to shop for the quality blinds they require, the company announced it is now able to take orders online along with listing current dealers.

Their new online store offers all the professional grade, ready to use hunting blind options the company has been supplying through its local dealers for years at the same rates that made them such a popular choice among amateur hunters in Indiana.

The options available include the octagon shaped blinds of its Stalker Series made for those who want 360º viewing and shooting without blind spots, the ultra silent blinds from its Assassin Series and traditional square box ones for the more budget minded hunter.

All of them are completely scent proof, offer a variety of silent horizontal and vertical windows and feature fully insulated walls and ceilings with ventilation so everyone stays warm, comfortable and completely unnoticed during the hunt.

The ones from its Stalker and Assassin Series also feature leg brackets to allow the hunter to elevate to their desired height and a roof which blends with nature and guarantees better rain and snow run off.

The team at Ambush Hunting Blinds explains “our mission is to ensure the best in class hunting experience, by providing every amateur hunter and outdoor enthusiast the best hunting blinds around with extraordinary service and unmatched value for money.”

To shop for the Ambush Hunting Blinds online and see the various models they offer in their Stalker, Assassin and Phantom series, clients can call 1-866-259-2635, visit them at 742 CR. 3 North, in Elkhart, Indiana, or go to their website at the link provided above.

Contact Info:
Name: Tim H
Organization: Ambush Hunting Blinds
Address: 742 CR. 3 North, Elkhart, Indiana 46514, United States
Phone: +1-866-259-2635

For more information, please visit https://ambushhuntingblinds.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 346777

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