How To Take Down Your Primos Ground Blind Raised Hunting Staff 2 years ago How To Take Down Your Primos Ground Blind http://www.raisedhunting.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/How-To-Take-Down-Your-Primos-Ground-Blind-450x450-Low.jpg 450 450 Raised Hunting Staff http://www.raisedhunting.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Raised-Hunting-presented-by-Whittaker-Guns.png Raised Hunting Staff2016-04-20 18:49:422018-02-05 13:42:02How To Take Down Your Primos Ground BlindAccessorizing Your Ground Blind For Hunting Success http://www.raisedhunting.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Accessorizing-Your-Ground-Blind-For-Hunting-Success.png 538 959 Raised Hunting Staff http://www.raisedhunting.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Raised-Hunting-presented-by-Whittaker-Guns.png Raised Hunting Staff2016-04-20 18:43:172016-05-12 18:53:01Accessorizing Your Ground Blind For Hunting SuccessWhat Do You Need IN Your Ground Blind http://www.raisedhunting.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/What-Do-You-Need-IN-Your-Ground-Blind.png 537 958 Raised Hunting Staff http://www.raisedhunting.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Raised-Hunting-presented-by-Whittaker-Guns.png Raised Hunting Staff2016-04-20 18:09:112016-05-12 18:53:40What Do You Need IN Your Ground BlindHow To Take Down Your Primos Ground Blind Taking down 5 Hub Blind. Ground Blinds are a tool and technology to use in your hunting arsenal. Their ability to get a hunter concealed anywhere, in any habitat or situation, with any species of the endless game we hunt makes them a necessity almost each and every year. When it comes to ground blinds bigger is better, more room means more gear, more people, or easier shooting whatever the situation may be. The one thing that hinders big blinds is the struggle to be portable and be on the move. Here are some ground blind hunting tips that could make your ground blind hunting more successful. A big part of being portable with a ground blind is taking them down fast. David Holder shows you how easy and fast it is to take down your Primos Double Bull Blind. These tips include which hubs to pull in first, how to quickly take down the walls, and how to get out while taking the blind down. These tips also include how to store and transport the blind quickly for portable hunting. Storing or packing the ground blinds, with hubs down first, and ready for quick set up. Taking down your ground blind will not be near as time dependent as setting a ground blind up in a heated moment before your game arrives. But taking the ground blind down in a way that helps you set it up faster should be a priority for anyone using a blind. Use these ground blind hunting tips this turkey season, this fall, or wherever your hunting pursuit might take you.