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Anyone Know A Hide That Fold Down Compact

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by ukairgunner, Jan 30, 2021.

  1. ukairgunner

    ukairgunner Engaging Member

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    Hey guys, I’m after a hide that I can fit in as small a space folded as possible. Basically I’ve got a bullpup rifle rucksack that I wanted to fit the hide in so it’s just one bag.
    I’ve seen the pop up tent style and that would be fine but they fold down into large circle shape don’t want to walk to my permission with that.

    So something maybe like them tent poles that come down with elastic string thought them and a cover for it separate so it could be rolled up. Any ideas?
     
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    Tim_B Major Poster

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    As you say the light carbon collapsible poles and some scrim netting, in the basic form.

    there must be something out there thats cool, small and lightweight.
     
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    The Nitehawk ones fold up pretty small.
    About 18".
     
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    Like this?

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    Shame not the right camo, and I imagine a touch heavy /large when folded down..

    But like the idea...


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  6. Septic

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    Get one of the dirt cheap beach fishing shelters from Lidl/Aldi etc.... Tall enough to sit in comfortably, easy to set up, and at £12 or thereabouts, they’re almost disposable...
     
  7. ukairgunner

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    @Septic those fishing ones are they like the half open style you mean? That kind of package when folded down would be ideal but ideally I’d like something that was fully covered all Round like that bottom picture with the snow Camo that looks pretty good.

    I’ve ordered netting so I’ll just go basic for now. All the pop up ones go to a circle shape like tents so far so not gonna fit in my bag.
    Thanks though guys anything pops up let me know
     
  8. Septic

    Septic Superbus et Vetera

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    They just need a piece of net curtain across the front mate... Then you can either dye, or paint it... I really hate spending lots of cash on things that may well get damaged by stones, twigs, boots etc...
     
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    Probably won't go in your bag but it's pretty small.
     
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    rich79 No deep or funny comment here

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    It's probably not what you want but I use two fishing rod rests with a bit of camo scrim between them and a slit in the middle.
    That hides you from one direction, I find it works but if you're shooting birds or squirrels it won't hide you from above.
     

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