Millennium Buck Hut tower blind

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    I've looked at fabric blinds a while back and wasn't overly impressed, I guess I'm spoiled with shooting houses made out of smartside plywood. Noise reduction, scent reduction, longevity, and durability, and extra time for removing, storing, and reinstalling fabric each year are all negatives for us. They'd have to be half price of a 360 hunting blind to grab my attention.
    I do agree that the brand name is a good one. How much does this blind actually cost?
     
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    It's $900, but I've seen it as low as $700.
     
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    That's a very attractive price. The price for the base would be on top of that, right?
     
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    No, that's everything included.
     
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    Now you have my full attention. In fact I think that I will have to try one at that price! That's a pretty good deal if you ask me. Do you buy them direct or through a dealer? Let me know if you see them on sale.
     
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    Yeah, they really seem like a good deal if they hold up. They sell them through dealers. Cabela's and Bass Pro both sell them, or there's a local dealer finder here: https://millenniumstands.com/find-a-dealer/
     
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    I was disappointed to see CHINA all over the Millenium box for the ladder stand from Cabelas. Took it back and calling up Family Traditions or Lone Wolf. Maybe Millenium makes this blind in US?
     
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    How hard/safe is it to get the cover on/off each season?
     
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    I have tried to find this stand in person for over a year.Can't find one within 200 miles of my home.If anyone has one or seen please offer your opinion.For the price this is exactly what I need but I am concerned about snow load that we usually see in Craford county.I spoke with a factory rep.and he assured me it would hold up.Thanks for any help.
     

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