Hunters are skeptics. That’s just the way it is. Give them something that doesn’t meet their demands and they will quickly label it a gimmick. On the flip side, give them something that meets and exceeds their expectations and they will say something like Randal Adkins had to say about RealBark Hunting Systems, Inc.
“Just wanted to say the blinds we purchased were awesome! It took about 1 ½ hours to assemble each blind. (They are the Cadillac of blinds for sure!) Everyone I show them to is in awe. Thank you for helping and all the advice you gave.”
Or something like Charles Mooberry, from Illinois, had to say:
“I tried several different stools and adjustable seats in my GRX-6 blind and I think your seating system works the best. My wife (who bowhunts) stayed in the blind for 8 hours. I think she may have snoozed a bit.”
Testimonials like these are just par for the course for RealBark Hunting Systems, Inc. Since 1990, the company has been aweing hunters with its full line of tower blinds. Its most advanced to date, the GBX-6, is a versatile blind that heeds the call of both rifle and bowhunters. For starters, nobody likes to be in a cramped blind feeling claustrophobic and wanting to head back to camp. That’s why the GBX-6 boasts a 6-foot diameter and has a ceiling height of 6-foot 6-inches. Finally, a blind that accommodates taller hunters and offers the perfect inside build for those who prefer to hunt together. Aside from being very roomy, the GBX-6 was built to last. RealBark camouflage is molded into the blind, giving it a realistic look and feel, and the blind is constructed from molecular weight polyethylene.
Long gone are days of banging and clanging as you try to slip quietly through a door that was built for someone the size of a mouse. The GBX-6 sports a 2-foot wide by 5-foot high door for easy and stealthy access. Once inside, hunters will be treated to eight 13 ½- inch wide by 10-inch high horizontal hinged windows that are equipped with padded gun rests and promise a 360-degree view of the hunting area.
Not popping and creaking, even after seasons of use, is the 3/4-inch treated plywood floor that is blanketed in carpet to aid in thwarting unwanted noise. And for those who like customization, the GBX-6 can be used on the flat ground or elevated on 5-, 10- and 15-foot towers. When elevated, hunters can climb into the blind by way of a removable ladder or by using a stairway with grip strut grating and handrails . Both options allow for easy and safe access.
Rounding out the features of this hunting house include the option of a single or double Texas Twister seating system, which utilizes a center-mounted base and allows for up to two independent seat arms with height adjustment rods and upholstered seats that pivot 360-degrees inside the blind.
Don’t waste another minute. Purchase your RealBark GBX-6 Blind and have your most comfortable, safest and successful season ever.