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  Hunters Specialties™ Permanent Camo Paint Quart Avery® KillerWeed® Hunters Specialties™ Tube Camo Makeup – Woodland Beavertail Final Attack Quick Cover Camo Systems™ Camo Netting - Killer Kamo Cabela's Northern Flight™ Mobile 1 Layout Blind Snow Cover Beavertail Timber Tantrum Blind Mojo Outdoors® Pick Stick Hard Core Blind Grass – Corn/Bean Hardcore Blind Door Decoy Mount System Banded Axe Blind Leg Kit Parker Coatings Single Camouflage Spray Paint Parker Coatings Duck-Boat Primer Paint Avery® Killerweed® Layout-Blind Kit Parker Coatings Duck-Boat Paint – Quart Gibson Duck Blind Covers – Frame with Grass Hunters Specialties™ Camo® Spray Paint Kit Hard Core Blind Grass Tuff Coat Non-Skid Primers Beavertail Boat Blind Top Hunters Specialties™ Permanent Camo Spray Paint Beavertail Stealth Boat Blind Beavertail Boat-Blind Extension Kit
  Hunters Specialties™ Permanent Camo Paint Quart Avery® KillerWeed® Hunters Specialties™ Tube Camo Makeup – Woodland Beavertail Final Attack Quick Cover Camo Systems™ Camo Netting - Killer Kamo Cabela's Northern Flight™ Mobile 1 Layout Blind Snow Cover Beavertail Timber Tantrum Blind Mojo Outdoors® Pick Stick Hard Core Blind Grass – Corn/Bean Hardcore Blind Door Decoy Mount System Banded Axe Blind Leg Kit Parker Coatings Single Camouflage Spray Paint Parker Coatings Duck-Boat Primer Paint Avery® Killerweed® Layout-Blind Kit Parker Coatings Duck-Boat Paint – Quart Gibson Duck Blind Covers – Frame with Grass Hunters Specialties™ Camo® Spray Paint Kit Hard Core Blind Grass Tuff Coat Non-Skid Primers Beavertail Boat Blind Top Hunters Specialties™ Permanent Camo Spray Paint Beavertail Stealth Boat Blind Beavertail Boat-Blind Extension Kit
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Hunters Specialties™ Permanent Camo Paint Quart

  • Easily conceals outdoor or hunting equipment
  • Long-lasting oil-based enamel paint
  • Choose from a variety of natural colors
  • Color your outdoor or hunting equipment for maximum concealment with Hunters Specialties Permanent Camo Paint. This paint provides a nonreflective finish perfect for concealing vehicles, treestands, decoys, blinds, boats and other equipment. Long-lasting oil-based enamel paint comes in a 1-qt. aluminum can. Available in a variety of natural colors for professional-looking results. Can be rolled, brushed or air-sprayed. Made in USA.
    Size: 1 qt.
    Available: Mud Brown, Olive Drab, Marsh Grass.

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    Avery® KillerWeed®

  • Made of natural, rot-resistant palm fibers for seasons of use
  • Perfect for attachment to pits, boats, layouts and other blinds
  • Simply string them among netting or strap them to your blind
  • It's easy to add eye-fooling realism to your hunting blind, with Avery's KillerWeed. Made of natural and rot-resistant palm fibers for seasons of use. Simply string them in among your netting or strap them to your blind. Perfect for attachment to pits, boats, layouts and other hunting blinds. One kit delivers fair coverage, two kits creates thick to heavy coverage. Can be dyed or spray painted to match conditions. Imported.
    Wt: 2 lbs.
    Available: Grain, Cattail, Faded Green.
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    Hunters Specialties™ Tube Camo Makeup – Woodland

    Camo creme makeup is easy to apply and removes easily with soap and water. Comes in 1-oz. tubes to keep in your hunting pack. Kit includes three colors: Mud Brown, Leaf Green and Flat Black.
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    Beavertail Final Attack Quick Cover

  • Delivers a low profile to your Final Attack boat
  • Practically disappears in very little cover
  • 600-denier waterproof, windproof polyester
  • Light and strong aluminum frame
  • Conceal your boat with the Final Attack Quick Cover for a low profile that practically disappears in very little cover. Beavertail uses a 600-denier waterproof, windproof polyester that stretches over the light and strong aluminum frame. Flip-open doors allow you to come up shooting. Vegetation straps let you add even more concealment. Easily attaches to your Final Attack boat (not included). Imported.
    Camo pattern: Realtree MAX-4®.



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    Camo Systems™ Camo Netting - Killer Kamo

    Create a deadly ambush and ground blind anywhere with your choice of eight camouflage patterns and the lightweight durability of this 3-D foliage-like netting. Use as a cover for your pit or duck boat or as an above-ground blind, the perforated material breaks up your outline. A waterproof-polyurethane coating protects against UV, rot and mildew. Nonglare finish.
    Available:
  • 7'3" x 9'10" (expands to 8 ft. x 10 ft.)
  • 7'3" x 19'8" (expands to 8 ft. x 20 ft.)
    Camo pattern: Killer Kamo.
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    Cabela's Northern Flight™ Mobile 1 Layout Blind Snow Cover

    Remain hidden after the snow starts to drop – our snow cover keeps your blind concealed in ducky weather. Easily slips over our Northern Flight Mobile 1 Layout blind. Imported.

    We're just wrapping up our hunt today. Iwanted to go over. One of the things we were using we're hunting this really low-cut hay field. You can see the haze a lot shorter. Then the blinds we're using so. We had to stubble in with a lot of brush from a hedgerow almost make. It looks like we're a swath of the farmer mist but the product I'm using day is the Cabala's Mobil. One lay off line this thing is perfect for you guys. That are hiking into spots. One low-profile light blind it's got good stubble straps your face smash pretty much. You need to kill birds out of it's not as build up as. Some higher-end blinds. It doesn't have as much space but it's light nine. And a half pounds it works great for when. You have a really tough hide. That low-profile super light to pack in definitely a blind. If you're running gun hunter to throw in the back of your pickup. This fall you can go check them out right here at Cabala's calm you.

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    Beavertail Timber Tantrum Blind

  • Full-leeway frame for unblocked performance
  • Aluminum- and galvanized-steel telescoping frame
  • Made of durable 500-denier Cordura nylon
  • The Beavertail Timber Tantrum Blind delivers shooting clearance wherever you're seating in your boat. Gunwale-to-gunwale, full-leeway frame grants unblocked performance. It attaches to your boat using an aluminum- and galvanized-steel telescoping frame – no tools or drilling required. Adjustable crossmember offers effortless attachment and detachment. Add natural camouflage using the vegetation pockets. Durable 500-denier Cordura® nylon. Imported.
    Ht: 27”.
    Wt: 47 lbs.
     
    Available:
    • 1400 Series ­– Fits boats 14-15 ft. long. 47"-59"W.
    • 1600 Series – Fits boats 15-17 ft. long. 60"-72"W.
    • 1800 Series – Fits boats 17-20 ft. long. 72"-86"W.
    • 2200 Series – Fits boats 19-23 ft. long. 86"-96"W.

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    Hi my name is Mike Wilber with beaver tail here at the 2015 Kansas City waterfall classic want to show. You one of our premier products which is the beaver tail flip over blind it's constructed a 600 denier Cordura nylon stitched it's also got marine grade aluminum fully adjustable for any size boat no holes required for assembly which is a key feature. You can see as you flip. This blind up you've got in the 1800 series you've got four slots for guys to pop up. And shoot out of you got your slots here to attach. Either your grass mats. Or your cattails flips over completely out of the way for running we are it's available in four models 14 a 16. And an 18 and a 2200 series so please come check. It out at your local Cabala's.

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    Mojo Outdoors® Pick Stick

    Never bend over to pick up empty shotgun hulls again. Utilizing a specially designed magnet mounted into an easy-to-use adjustable shaft, the Mojo Pick Stick will hold as many as 25 hulls at one time. Hulls easily rake off for simple, convenient clean up. Shaft length adjusts from 32-1/2" to 55-1/2". Imported.

    We come out with a new mojo pick stick for all. These holes we've shot. You want to clean the Mansfield up. This is a quick good way to do. It just walk around pick them. All up swipe them down in the bag good stuff here. This will be after this year mojo pick stick never feel tested. It in the snow rob all right god. Spit my last day getting down on my knees. Or bidding over picking up. These holes you know y'all to pick. You hold up no matter. What you need to pick them up with ya there's a mojo pick stick. You know they pick up about a box of them. Whatever gets to be inefficient getting done just rank them off in. Some container how easy is. That pick up I have picked up about 40 but pick up about a box of them break them off don't take long lazy man's well. You do if it to do. It calls you to pick up your shells a little better then. You don't have one right off pick stick.

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    Hard Core Blind Grass – Corn/Bean

  • Break up the outline of your blind
  • Made of real corn and bean stalks
  • Mimics natural environment in sight and sound
  • Super-durable and weather-resistant for seasons of use
  • Break up the outline of your blind and make it nearly impossible for incoming waterfowl to detect your presence with the Hard Core Blind Grass – Corn/Bean. Real corn-and-bean-stalk construction mimics the natural environment in both sight and sound, plus it eliminates the need to hunt around for corn stalks or other vegetation to use for concealment. Weather-resistant and durable for seasons of use. Imported.
    12"L x 19.5"W x 6"H.

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    Hardcore Blind Door Decoy Mount System

    Put passing geese at ease – the Hard Core Blind-Door Decoy Mount fixes your decoy directly on top of your framed layout blind. This simple addition breaks up the outline of the blind and it makes your hunting spot look even safer and more appealing. Simple to attach and remove. Works with all Hard Core full-body and shell decoys. Per 2.

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    Banded Axe Blind Leg Kit

    Convert your Axe Combo Boat Blind into a shore blind with the quick efficiency and rock-solid stability of the Banded Axe Blind Leg Kit. Attach the strong leg feet at the corners of your boat blind, and they create an uncompromising hold in shallow water, mud, sand, gravel and dirt. Kit includes four adjustable legs.
    Available: Regular (up to __"H), Long (up to __"H).
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    So I'm in the Mississippi Delta. And it's freezing and. Ihave been wrestling with putting together the banded ax combo vote sure blonde besides the instructions being some kind of ridiculously poorly planned. Most poor executed set of instructions I've ever seen with typographical errors in the actual assembly diagrams. And so on and so forth. Iwas able to barely get. It put together but. Ihaven't finished I want to show. Something first the blind itself has avery markings on. It which before people started hating in the comments. They got taken over by avery that's not. What really troubles. Me let's take a look here. Now instruction number. One is to verify. These bolts were here which in. Some regard a few of these pieces such as. This piece already have bolts in. Ifirst looked at I said well maybe those bolts. That they're referring to. Because you're supposed to have 28 pieces.

    Some bolts that have already become pre assembled but that's not right get. All the way up to getting this built in the middle of the night to get a duct cutting and. We come over here bolt number two 20 pieces. Once again bolt number two 20 pieces bolt number two 28 pieces. Iam indeed missing eight bolts so here's the blind. And eight bolts that I'm missing aren't inconsequential they're the bolts. That actually hold up the supports. You were curious about. It have avery markings I'll try to get. This light out of the way but there is your avery outdoors insignia. Idon't know excuse the camera. Idon't know bandits product control is going down. Whatever but this thing is a nightmare to assemble. And then it down to the bottom. And go to put the last final support. What you can see is missing and the eight bolts to there too there.

    And to there are missing so good job banded obviously supports. Ihave a bandit vest on right. Idon't know I can turn. It around because I'm wearing a headlamp but. Iwanted to make this video why things refreshing on my mind. If you're gonna hate about the light. Or the quality go ahead. Idon't really care but the point is. That I'm an hour from home. You can probably see the ice glistening on. And sub-zero excuse. Me sub-freezing temperatures attempting to put together a duck blind which is by. All sense of the word a nightmare to assemble missing parts. And the good people at Simmons Sporting Goods sent. Me a brand-new one in the packaging with the marks from bandit.

    It had not been opened. It had not been altered. All of the pieces were wrapped in plastic as. You can see over there. It was not a bolt and used. Or put back in the box. This came brand-new from bandit in fact the good people at Simmons Sporting Goods. Even told this was a new product to market. It wasn't even listening on their website. Idon't know it bans did get your together. Us hunters love you to death but. You got to stranded out here in front of a beautiful duck hunting area. We want to throw together a blind. And go hunting, and we were six days a week I'm an attorney but. Idon't claim to be also a firearms dealer but. All have jobs whether it's working 8:00 to 5:00 pulling a wrench.

    Or working 8:00 to 5:00 dealing with sometimes unscrupulous people like. Me so the time we get in outdoors we'd rather not spend. It bust our knuckles with. Some Chinese directions. Some blinds that are thrown together from Avery parts. And so on and so forth anyway. You might consider this video before. You buy the bond I can't tell. It functions well I can't put. All the way together.

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    Parker Coatings Single Camouflage Spray Paint

  • Delivers a durable lasting finish
  • Use on any surfaces in need of a flat camouflage finish
  • Dries quick and is resistant to water, weather and abrasion
  • Parker Coatings' Single Camouflage Spray Paint delivers a durable and lasting finish. Use it on skiffs, canoes, boats or any other kind of surface in need of a flat camouflage finish. This paint dries quickly and is exceptionally resistant to water, weather, scratches and abrasion. 12-oz. spray can.
    Colors: Black (not shown), Cattail Brown, Autumn Gold, Sand Tan, Dead Grass, Moss Green, Light Tan (not shown), Field Green (not shown), Mud Brown (not shown), Khaki (not shown).
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    Parker Coatings Duck-Boat Primer Paint

  • Prepares your duck boat for painting
  • Works on wood, fiberglass and aluminum
  • Resists rust and corrosion
  • Ensure the adhesion of your favorite duck-boat paint by preparing your boat's surface with Parker Coatings' oil-based Duck-Boat Primer Paint. Ideal for painting wood and fiberglass surfaces and boasts rust-inhibitive properties that preserve your aluminum boat.
    Available: 1-qt. can, 1-gal. can.

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    Avery® Killerweed® Layout-Blind Kit

  • Made of natural, rot-resistant palm fibers for seasons of use
  • Effectively hides one full-size blind or two midsize blinds
  • Can be dyed or spray painted to match conditions
  • It's easy to add just the right amount of eye-fooling realism to your layout blind with Avery's Killerweed Layout-Blind Kit. Killerweed strands are made of natural and rot-resistant palm fibers for seasons of use. Ultrarealistic coverage effectively hides one full-size blind or two midsize blinds. Can be dyed or spray painted to match conditions. Imported.
    Wt: 2 lbs.
    Available: Winter Wheat, All-Terrain, Golden Harvest.
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    Parker Coatings Duck-Boat Paint – Quart

  • Perfect camo colors for maximum concealment
  • Dull-finish marine paint minimizes glare
  • Five colors to choose from
  • Parker Coatings Duck-Boat Paint makes it easy to disguise your boat or blind for maximum concealment. Dull-finish marine paint minimizes glare and is perfect for duck-hunting boats, blinds, hunting shacks or boat docks. 1-qt. can.
    Colors: Sand Tan, Dead Grass, Marsh Grass, Hunter Green, Gray.

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    Gibson Duck Blind Covers – Frame with Grass

  • Cover easily flips out of the way for shooting
  • Watch ducks work while staying hidden
  • Tough steel frame with Gibby Grass cover
  • Stop getting busted and start dropping more ducks with this easy-to-use blind cover. Setup takes just seconds, allowing this cover to be portable or permanent. Cover allows you to see ducks while remaining hidden, and flips out of the way quickly when it’s time to take the shot. Versatile Gibby Grass camouflage blends in to any hunting environment. Tough steel frame holds up to a lifetime of use. Blind comes in multiple sizes, providing you with a custom cover for your favorite hunting spot. Assembly required on the 5ft and 6ft blind covers (4 bolts per frame: hardware included). Per pair.
    Sizes:
    • 2 ft.; Wt: 18 lbs.
    • 3 ft.; Wt: 22 lbs.
    • 4 ft.; Wt: 30 lbs.
    • 5 ft.; Wt: 32 lbs.
    • 6 ft.; Wt: 37 lbs.

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    Oh yeah can you box Oh hi my name is Bill maze I'm a pro staff for gifts. And uh clang flip-flop covers. If you'll notice these covers. They cover up the black hole that's. What you got to do and you're hunting ducks especially here. They get down as far as. We are in the Sacramento Valley. These covers will cover up the black hole the birds cannot see. You up overhead you also have a field of vision up underneath. When they're closed so. You have plenty of visual view. These covers will give. You about another thirty percent. More in your harvest. Each year so you got to cover. That black hole guys that's the key. You notice to my dog is in a box. That way she can see also underneath the covers, so she's down below. She could spin around. She can do whatever. She wants to but the birds can't see her. These are this is a great product they're well-constructed they're powder coated. These blind covers here are probably seven eight years old but. They are a great product talking about. This is your field of vision. This is up underneath the gibson cover it's perfect. You can see a long way. You got a plenty of fields of vision you.

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    Hunters Specialties™ Camo® Spray Paint Kit

    Paint your treestand, boat, motor, blinds - almost anything that needs camouflaging. Convenient spray paint applies evenly and easily. Comes with fern-leaf stencils that make it easy to paint realistic patterns. Includes four 12-oz. cans, one each of Marsh Grass (Tan), Mud Brown, Flat Black and Olive Drab.

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    Hard Core Blind Grass

  • Breaks up the outline of one layout blind
  • Mimics the natural environment in sight and sound
  • Durable and weather-resistant for use season after season
  • Break up the outline of your blind and make your presence undetectable to incoming waterfowl with Hard Core's Blind Grass bundles. All-natural construction mimics vegetation present in your hunting environment in both sight and sound, plus it eliminates the need to hunt around for corn stalks or other vegetation to use for concealment. Weather-resistant and durable for seasons of use.
    Colors: Winter Wheat/Alfalfa, Wheat/Barley.


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    Tuff Coat Non-Skid Primers

    These two primers offer the perfect base coat when preparing to Tuff Coat a boat or boat dock. Both should be applied at tempertures of 40°F or above. 1 quart each.
    Available:
  • CP-10 is a water-based, two-component epoxy primer that's designed for use on wood, concrete, fiberglass or painted areas. This clear primer works well on extremely moist surfaces, making it ideal for docks, boats or seawalls. The primer might take slightly longer to cure when used on extremely moist areas.
  • MP-10 is a water-based, corrosion-inhibiting primer that's designed for use on interior and exterior aluminum and steel. This red primer works great on boat floors, pontoon floors and utility trailers.
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    Beavertail Boat Blind Top

  • Versatile flip-top action
  • Adjustable, powder-coated aluminum frame
  • Rugged 600-denier polyester shell
  • Mount a Beavertail Boat Blind Top to the top of your boat's blind for flip-top action that's sure to catch those ducks by surprise. For those nasty days in the marsh, this accessory mounts to the top of your Beavertail 1,400, 1,600 or 1,800 series boat blind (not included), keeping you well hidden and protected from the wind and rain. The lightweight and strong powder-coated aluminum frame adjusts from 16" to 24" in height, and its quick-attach/detach system makes it easy to put up and take down. The rugged 600-denier polyester shell features sewn-on vegetation straps for complete camouflage coverage. Imported.
    Available:
    • Blind Top 1,400/1,600 – Fits Beavertail 1,400 and 1,600 Boat Blinds. Length: 8'9".
    • Blind Top 1,800 – Fits Beavertail 1,800 Boat Blinds. Length: 11'8".
    Camo patterns: Realtree MAX-4®, Realtree Timber™.

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    Today we'll be assembling an 1800 series beaver tail boat line which is the same process as our 1400 our 1600. And our 2200 series beaver tail. Both lines first of. All before we assemble our will flying today we're going to go through. Each one of the components. And explain what they are starting with our main support brackets our 24 inch rubber tip ends which fit into the support fragments to pivot brackets eight total L brackets elbows. That we use on the 1800 series. And the 2200 series. Both lines we have four. That are along in a little bit longer for larger with boats being 18 to 20 feet. Now with our 1400 and our 1600 series. Both lines all eight elbows will be the same. Now we'll explain later on where. These particular ones go. We have our eight center support poles. And four Center support pull em s. And I'll come over here. And we have our 1800 series shadow grass fabric. And our 1800 series rip stop nylon cover sandwich between two vinyls with straps. And rounding this off is out to travel straps which a lot of our customers can.

    Either mount with this attachable screw in the center support bracket. Or just strap their blind in place. When traveling long distances. Ilay out my hardware individually so. Imake sure that all my bolts have knots. All my washers are in place. And my screws and other hardware are here with every book line. You will have 32 quarter inch bolts with 32 cords nylock nuts 12 3/8 by 2 inch bolt. And 12 3/8 nylock nuts. And 16 plastic washers. You will also have eight end caps for self-tapping two. And a half inch screws two nylon travel straps. And four lock down hands first of. All I start by pairing up my three sets of support bars in. Each three sets you will have to support bars. That have a male and a female. And a 1 support bar.

    That has two female items. And what we will do is take the support bars. Because you want to end up on outer ends with a female end slide those together. All the holes are redrilled so there's no drilling required with our. Both plugs once you line your bowls up that's. When you will take your quarter inch screw. Or your quarter inch bolt. And put two here and two there. And repeat the process as. Ishow you know I'll assemble the center support tubes in three pieces. All four of them I'll have. You unpack your beaver tail canvas. And lay it on the table inside up by turning the blind inside out. You will find four individual support pole pockets do is insert the main support full pocket slide.

    It repeats that step. You know this is where. We make the determination oh. These will be your two outside support poles. And your two center support poles. This is where when. You go back to your pile brackets will need to login in operations. And to Center out brackets Center an L brackets to the shorter L brackets go to the center. And large wall brackets will go to the two outer sides to install the. All bracket it's the same process as installing the support to slide the male. And the female and use your quarter inch bolts. And nylock nut and repeat the process three. More times as you can see we've assembled our car brackets to our center support bolts as. You can see there's two longer L brackets on the outside for the 1800 series. And the 2200 series block line. And two of the shorter L brackets for the center. What you'll do to finish. This harder process slide let's get to up to the corner of the L bracket.

    And then you will repeat the assembly process on the opposite side of the blind just as. You did on this end as well. When installing a 1400 series in a 1600 series block line. All eight L brackets. Or corner supports will be identical same length so. You will not have to alternate so. Now what we're going to work on is our main support beams. And our pivot brackets. Now I will install. They sent me into this little tractor. And this point it's not crucial to Center. It rights at this moment well. What is crucial is what side. You want your clamps which adjust. And lock down your boat line to its to the boat to the gunnels. What side you want. These to be on you want them facing inside. Or outside that'll be up to.

    You I particularly like to face them to the inside less stuff can grab them. And I can also adjust. It while I'm in the pipeline itself the same thing on the opposite export beef. Iwill install by four rubber dipped clamp ends at my four clamp bolts. And repeat the process. You next what I will do is I'll bring these items fully assembled to the boat. And center my pivot bracket to the center of the boat so. We ensure that the boat line will fall correctly. And deploy correctly it's. Now that we parse our cross members on our fault. And I'll have you do is the center. This support the main support bar. Iwill measure the sea. Ihave a proper distance. Or the same distance on. This side as I do that side. And I will do the same thing in the rear. Once I determined that. Ihave the main support beam Center.

    Iwill lock down my bolts. And then I will Center my pivot bracket so. What I'll do now is I'll Center our pivot bracket by tapping it with a hammer in. Either direction to ensure. That I have a uniform distance between here. And here tap up the bracket to see. It and then our next step we'll add our two inch 3/8 bolts to the bottom to lock our pivot bracket in place we'll also repeat the step on the rear bracket. When determining the front from the back on the beaver tail boat line canvas our canvases are construction. Where we have three loops in the front cutouts be. It for a swamp light package. Or side lights like. Some other boat manufacturers have. And the rear of our boat has just a tapered edge. And straight across so. When you bring your frame to attach to the cross member in pivot brackets you'll note. That this is the rear of the blind.

    And the opposite is the front. Once you've determined the front from the back of your boat line take your left side out. Or log or two for your 1830 book line. And slide it into the pivot cradle. Now what we're going to do is we're going to utilize our 3/8 bolts. And our nylon washers. And what we do there is take your call drill the hole in the center off your three is pulled through nylon washer go on the inside. And this can be a little tricky. One extra tool you may want to use. When doing this procedure is a long skinny standard screwdriver. Because if they fall down below. You can fish them off so. What I do is I slide the part through the hole on the elbow to. Igrab my other nylon washer. Iput it on the back side on the inside of the pivot bracket pop. It through put my nylock not on the back don't tighten.

    It down at this point towards the end of. This segment I'll tell. You why we're not going to tighten them. All the way down continue the process in the rear. And then what you'll do is you'll take your next role. Or your next support beam which will be. One of your centers. That will go here the right center will go here. And the opposite long support two will go here. And as you notice I have. It collapses down to the left side of the boat being this end open. It will fall to the left. Ihave this bracket Swisher on would fall to the right. Now that I have all. These attached and. Yet we have not tightened down. These bolts yet at. This time what I want. You to do is take and fold over your book line run. It on the back and do. This and every boat is different.

    And we manufacture a universal. And now is the time. Where you want to measure. And make sure that your measurements early on in the assembly process were accurate so. What I recommend doing is started in the rear. And because we're up front I'll show. You what I'm talking about just I'll take a measurement from the gunnel to the outside of. This bar okay right here. Ihave a nine-inch over. Now if this was a. This is a 1750 boat. If this was in 1860 I've had I'd have about 2 inches overhead. And I'll cover the overhang in a minute but. Ihave nine inches here. And I also want to have nine inches on the other side of the boat. And I do if you do not. What you'll do is you'll loosen up your clamp rackets here. You loosen those up. And you'll take up the difference by adjusting left. Or right in the center support bracket to make sure you're. Both measurements come off the same. Now with this overhang. That we have is nine inches. Now if you have a similar situation.

    That we have here what I would have. You do is disconnect. This bolt and that's why we didn't tighten them measure eight. And a half inches up cut the bar drill a new through race hall a half an inch above your cut line. And put the bolt back in place. What that will do is. That will shore up the edge of your book line so. It rides right on the gunnel of your boat. It won't create as much as. You might think of slack in your fabric later. Iwill show you a bullet line. That we've already done. That too and the amount of slack is very minimal. And what we have with. These shot carts all the way around the bottom. And the boat line that will take up. Many of that extra slack. That you may have know. If you choose to leave. It this way it's fine it's not going to hinder. Anything or what not but. What it will do is in windy conditions you're going to have a draft right here so. Once you've done that. You can tighten the four bolts in the front.

    And in the back going backwards a little bit. Once you cut this eight. And a half inches and drill the 3/8 hole a half-inch up. You would do the same on the opposite side. Because we have the same overhead. You don't want to cut the nine inches. Because then you know actually your boat line will stick inside the boat. One of the big advantages to a beaver tail boat line is. You have full usable space to the inside of the pole boats are enough money. You want to be able to use. All the space inside there's. Nothing that's hanging over your head there's. Nothing that is mounted on the inside. Everything is mounted to the outside of the boat so. You have full range of motion to the interior.

    And once you've completed. That if by chance you have overhung in the rear be. It very minimal this boat here has 2. And 3/4 inches of overhang in the rear. Now if this is my board. Iwould leave it because. That amount of overhang isn't really affecting anything for me. Idon't feel that I would get much of a draft out of. It but if you wanted. That tighter fit you can go ahead. And cut two and a quarter inches off drill three is whole half an inch off then reattach. It and the blind will be specifically fit to your boat. If it's a boat plan. That you're going to move from boat to boat. Idon't recommend cutting it. Or tailoring it at all. Now this is a 1600 series block line. That we cut to shorten the outside bars to specifically fit.

    This Oh it is the same boat. That we assembled the shadow graph 1800 series multiplying dot well. We fit it to this bullet so. You can see the difference. This is all you want your support bar. Or side bar to rest on your gun after. You cut it and again as. You can see very minimal slack in the blind material itself for storing and transporting your beaver tail boat client as. Imentioned earlier. Each one of our clients comes with a travel cover. And what you'll do is as. You can see I laid the travel cover underneath the blind pool. It pulls your beaver tail. Or client fabric around the corners here let. Any excess material into the flight itself.

    Now there is enough space. If you have your book line graph stop. That this cover is adjustable with six inches. And it's there's already room in there to take up. Any grasses that you may use so. Once I pull the fabric. Inormally start from front to back make my blind cover match. It with the clips stitch. It tight you and all. Ido is we'll take the blind travel cover over in a row. And you can see now the seam is on the bottom side. Now if you're going to travel long distances as. Irefer to the travel strap comes included in the beaver tail. Both wide it also comes equipped with four self-tapping screws. If you're ever going to take the bullet blind off. Irecommend not using it self-tapping screws. Because if you have a narrower front like. This boat you're going to end up screwing in through the support bar clamp. And every time you want to take the boat bind off you'll have to take.

    This screw off what we do with. These straps cinch them through so traveling long distances. You won't have a tendency to have the blind flare up. And a wind cross when your whatnot locks. It in place and one for the front. And one for the rear just remember you're going to use your duck boat for fishing as well in the summer. These multipliers can be taken off just like. It sits here you can remove them from the boat hang them on the garage wall hanging from the trusses in the garage. Wherever hanging them on the side of the ship the removable pops on pops off.

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    Hunters Specialties™ Permanent Camo Spray Paint

  • Conceal treestands, blinds, boats and virtually any equipment
  • Nonreflective finish won't run and adheres to most surfaces
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  • Hunters Specialties' Permanent Camo Spray Paint is perfect for concealing treestands, blinds, boats and virtually any equipment. The nonreflective finish won't run, adheres to most surfaces and withstands harsh weather for long-lasting concealment. Oil-based enamel creates a durable finish that helps prevent nicks and scratches. Easily apply two coats to desired surface, waiting one hour between applications. Made in USA.
    Size: 12-oz. spray can.
    Available: Flat Black, Bark Gray, Mud Brown, Olive Drab, Marsh Grass.

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    Beavertail Stealth Boat Blind

  • Rapid-deploying
  • Closeable shooting holes on top and sides
  • Dual-ended dog doors
  • Durable aluminim frame 
  • 600-denier polyester 
  • The rapid-deploying fold-over Beavertail Stealth Boat Blind is ready to be taken out on the water. Designed for both you and your four-legged hunting partner, it boasts closeable shooting holes on top and sides paired with dual-ended dog doors. Durable aluminim frame construction and 600-denier polyester blind withstand seasons of use. Roomy interior offers ample space for you and your essential gear. Built-in vegetation straps allow you to add natural camouflage for increased concealment. Simple setup and takedown. Fits both Stealth 1200 and 2000 boats. Imported.
    11'L x 39"W x 60"H.
    Wt: 17 lbs.

    Today we'll be assembling an 1800 series beaver tail boat line which is the same process as our 1400 our 1600. And our 2200 series beaver tail. Both lines first of. All before we assemble our will flying today we're going to go through. Each one of the components. And explain what they are starting with our main support brackets our 24 inch rubber tip ends which fit into the support fragments to pivot brackets eight total L brackets elbows. That we use on the 1800 series. And the 2200 series. Both lines we have four. That are along in a little bit longer for larger with boats being 18 to 20 feet. Now with our 1400 and our 1600 series. Both lines all eight elbows will be the same. Now we'll explain later on where. These particular ones go. We have our eight center support poles. And four Center support pull em s. And I'll come over here. And we have our 1800 series shadow grass fabric. And our 1800 series rip stop nylon cover sandwich between two vinyls with straps. And rounding this off is out to travel straps which a lot of our customers can.

    Either mount with this attachable screw in the center support bracket. Or just strap their blind in place. When traveling long distances. Ilay out my hardware individually so. Imake sure that all my bolts have knots. All my washers are in place. And my screws and other hardware are here with every book line. You will have 32 quarter inch bolts with 32 cords nylock nuts 12 3/8 by 2 inch bolt. And 12 3/8 nylock nuts. And 16 plastic washers. You will also have eight end caps for self-tapping two. And a half inch screws two nylon travel straps. And four lock down hands first of. All I start by pairing up my three sets of support bars in. Each three sets you will have to support bars. That have a male and a female. And a 1 support bar.

    That has two female items. And what we will do is take the support bars. Because you want to end up on outer ends with a female end slide those together. All the holes are redrilled so there's no drilling required with our. Both plugs once you line your bowls up that's. When you will take your quarter inch screw. Or your quarter inch bolt. And put two here and two there. And repeat the process as. Ishow you know I'll assemble the center support tubes in three pieces. All four of them I'll have. You unpack your beaver tail canvas. And lay it on the table inside up by turning the blind inside out. You will find four individual support pole pockets do is insert the main support full pocket slide.

    It repeats that step. You know this is where. We make the determination oh. These will be your two outside support poles. And your two center support poles. This is where when. You go back to your pile brackets will need to login in operations. And to Center out brackets Center an L brackets to the shorter L brackets go to the center. And large wall brackets will go to the two outer sides to install the. All bracket it's the same process as installing the support to slide the male. And the female and use your quarter inch bolts. And nylock nut and repeat the process three. More times as you can see we've assembled our car brackets to our center support bolts as. You can see there's two longer L brackets on the outside for the 1800 series. And the 2200 series block line. And two of the shorter L brackets for the center. What you'll do to finish. This harder process slide let's get to up to the corner of the L bracket.

    And then you will repeat the assembly process on the opposite side of the blind just as. You did on this end as well. When installing a 1400 series in a 1600 series block line. All eight L brackets. Or corner supports will be identical same length so. You will not have to alternate so. Now what we're going to work on is our main support beams. And our pivot brackets. Now I will install. They sent me into this little tractor. And this point it's not crucial to Center. It rights at this moment well. What is crucial is what side. You want your clamps which adjust. And lock down your boat line to its to the boat to the gunnels. What side you want. These to be on you want them facing inside. Or outside that'll be up to.

    You I particularly like to face them to the inside less stuff can grab them. And I can also adjust. It while I'm in the pipeline itself the same thing on the opposite export beef. Iwill install by four rubber dipped clamp ends at my four clamp bolts. And repeat the process. You next what I will do is I'll bring these items fully assembled to the boat. And center my pivot bracket to the center of the boat so. We ensure that the boat line will fall correctly. And deploy correctly it's. Now that we parse our cross members on our fault. And I'll have you do is the center. This support the main support bar. Iwill measure the sea. Ihave a proper distance. Or the same distance on. This side as I do that side. And I will do the same thing in the rear. Once I determined that. Ihave the main support beam Center.

    Iwill lock down my bolts. And then I will Center my pivot bracket so. What I'll do now is I'll Center our pivot bracket by tapping it with a hammer in. Either direction to ensure. That I have a uniform distance between here. And here tap up the bracket to see. It and then our next step we'll add our two inch 3/8 bolts to the bottom to lock our pivot bracket in place we'll also repeat the step on the rear bracket. When determining the front from the back on the beaver tail boat line canvas our canvases are construction. Where we have three loops in the front cutouts be. It for a swamp light package. Or side lights like. Some other boat manufacturers have. And the rear of our boat has just a tapered edge. And straight across so. When you bring your frame to attach to the cross member in pivot brackets you'll note. That this is the rear of the blind.

    And the opposite is the front. Once you've determined the front from the back of your boat line take your left side out. Or log or two for your 1830 book line. And slide it into the pivot cradle. Now what we're going to do is we're going to utilize our 3/8 bolts. And our nylon washers. And what we do there is take your call drill the hole in the center off your three is pulled through nylon washer go on the inside. And this can be a little tricky. One extra tool you may want to use. When doing this procedure is a long skinny standard screwdriver. Because if they fall down below. You can fish them off so. What I do is I slide the part through the hole on the elbow to. Igrab my other nylon washer. Iput it on the back side on the inside of the pivot bracket pop. It through put my nylock not on the back don't tighten.

    It down at this point towards the end of. This segment I'll tell. You why we're not going to tighten them. All the way down continue the process in the rear. And then what you'll do is you'll take your next role. Or your next support beam which will be. One of your centers. That will go here the right center will go here. And the opposite long support two will go here. And as you notice I have. It collapses down to the left side of the boat being this end open. It will fall to the left. Ihave this bracket Swisher on would fall to the right. Now that I have all. These attached and. Yet we have not tightened down. These bolts yet at. This time what I want. You to do is take and fold over your book line run. It on the back and do. This and every boat is different.

    And we manufacture a universal. And now is the time. Where you want to measure. And make sure that your measurements early on in the assembly process were accurate so. What I recommend doing is started in the rear. And because we're up front I'll show. You what I'm talking about just I'll take a measurement from the gunnel to the outside of. This bar okay right here. Ihave a nine-inch over. Now if this was a. This is a 1750 boat. If this was in 1860 I've had I'd have about 2 inches overhead. And I'll cover the overhang in a minute but. Ihave nine inches here. And I also want to have nine inches on the other side of the boat. And I do if you do not. What you'll do is you'll loosen up your clamp rackets here. You loosen those up. And you'll take up the difference by adjusting left. Or right in the center support bracket to make sure you're. Both measurements come off the same. Now with this overhang. That we have is nine inches. Now if you have a similar situation.

    That we have here what I would have. You do is disconnect. This bolt and that's why we didn't tighten them measure eight. And a half inches up cut the bar drill a new through race hall a half an inch above your cut line. And put the bolt back in place. What that will do is. That will shore up the edge of your book line so. It rides right on the gunnel of your boat. It won't create as much as. You might think of slack in your fabric later. Iwill show you a bullet line. That we've already done. That too and the amount of slack is very minimal. And what we have with. These shot carts all the way around the bottom. And the boat line that will take up. Many of that extra slack. That you may have know. If you choose to leave. It this way it's fine it's not going to hinder. Anything or what not but. What it will do is in windy conditions you're going to have a draft right here so. Once you've done that. You can tighten the four bolts in the front.

    And in the back going backwards a little bit. Once you cut this eight. And a half inches and drill the 3/8 hole a half-inch up. You would do the same on the opposite side. Because we have the same overhead. You don't want to cut the nine inches. Because then you know actually your boat line will stick inside the boat. One of the big advantages to a beaver tail boat line is. You have full usable space to the inside of the pole boats are enough money. You want to be able to use. All the space inside there's. Nothing that's hanging over your head there's. Nothing that is mounted on the inside. Everything is mounted to the outside of the boat so. You have full range of motion to the interior.

    And once you've completed. That if by chance you have overhung in the rear be. It very minimal this boat here has 2. And 3/4 inches of overhang in the rear. Now if this is my board. Iwould leave it because. That amount of overhang isn't really affecting anything for me. Idon't feel that I would get much of a draft out of. It but if you wanted. That tighter fit you can go ahead. And cut two and a quarter inches off drill three is whole half an inch off then reattach. It and the blind will be specifically fit to your boat. If it's a boat plan. That you're going to move from boat to boat. Idon't recommend cutting it. Or tailoring it at all. Now this is a 1600 series block line. That we cut to shorten the outside bars to specifically fit.

    This Oh it is the same boat. That we assembled the shadow graph 1800 series multiplying dot well. We fit it to this bullet so. You can see the difference. This is all you want your support bar. Or side bar to rest on your gun after. You cut it and again as. You can see very minimal slack in the blind material itself for storing and transporting your beaver tail boat client as. Imentioned earlier. Each one of our clients comes with a travel cover. And what you'll do is as. You can see I laid the travel cover underneath the blind pool. It pulls your beaver tail. Or client fabric around the corners here let. Any excess material into the flight itself.

    Now there is enough space. If you have your book line graph stop. That this cover is adjustable with six inches. And it's there's already room in there to take up. Any grasses that you may use so. Once I pull the fabric. Inormally start from front to back make my blind cover match. It with the clips stitch. It tight you and all. Ido is we'll take the blind travel cover over in a row. And you can see now the seam is on the bottom side. Now if you're going to travel long distances as. Irefer to the travel strap comes included in the beaver tail. Both wide it also comes equipped with four self-tapping screws. If you're ever going to take the bullet blind off. Irecommend not using it self-tapping screws. Because if you have a narrower front like. This boat you're going to end up screwing in through the support bar clamp. And every time you want to take the boat bind off you'll have to take.

    This screw off what we do with. These straps cinch them through so traveling long distances. You won't have a tendency to have the blind flare up. And a wind cross when your whatnot locks. It in place and one for the front. And one for the rear just remember you're going to use your duck boat for fishing as well in the summer. These multipliers can be taken off just like. It sits here you can remove them from the boat hang them on the garage wall hanging from the trusses in the garage. Wherever hanging them on the side of the ship the removable pops on pops off.

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    Beavertail Boat-Blind Extension Kit

    Beavertail's Boat-Blind Extension Kit allows you to extend the frame of your boat blind by 8 in.

    Fits the following series: 
    • 1400 series cross member width: 10'2" without kit; 10'10" with kit
    • 1600 series cross member width: 10'2" without kit; 10'10" with kit
    • 1800 series cross member width: 12'8" without kit; 13'4" with kit
    • 2200 series cross member width: 16 ft. without kit; 16'8" with kit

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    Today we'll be assembling an 1800 series beaver tail boat line which is the same process as our 1400 our 1600. And our 2200 series beaver tail. Both lines first of. All before we assemble our will flying today we're going to go through. Each one of the components. And explain what they are starting with our main support brackets our 24 inch rubber tip ends which fit into the support fragments to pivot brackets eight total L brackets elbows. That we use on the 1800 series. And the 2200 series. Both lines we have four. That are along in a little bit longer for larger with boats being 18 to 20 feet. Now with our 1400 and our 1600 series. Both lines all eight elbows will be the same. Now we'll explain later on where. These particular ones go. We have our eight center support poles. And four Center support pull em s. And I'll come over here. And we have our 1800 series shadow grass fabric. And our 1800 series rip stop nylon cover sandwich between two vinyls with straps. And rounding this off is out to travel straps which a lot of our customers can.

    Either mount with this attachable screw in the center support bracket. Or just strap their blind in place. When traveling long distances. Ilay out my hardware individually so. Imake sure that all my bolts have knots. All my washers are in place. And my screws and other hardware are here with every book line. You will have 32 quarter inch bolts with 32 cords nylock nuts 12 3/8 by 2 inch bolt. And 12 3/8 nylock nuts. And 16 plastic washers. You will also have eight end caps for self-tapping two. And a half inch screws two nylon travel straps. And four lock down hands first of. All I start by pairing up my three sets of support bars in. Each three sets you will have to support bars. That have a male and a female. And a 1 support bar.

    That has two female items. And what we will do is take the support bars. Because you want to end up on outer ends with a female end slide those together. All the holes are redrilled so there's no drilling required with our. Both plugs once you line your bowls up that's. When you will take your quarter inch screw. Or your quarter inch bolt. And put two here and two there. And repeat the process as. Ishow you know I'll assemble the center support tubes in three pieces. All four of them I'll have. You unpack your beaver tail canvas. And lay it on the table inside up by turning the blind inside out. You will find four individual support pole pockets do is insert the main support full pocket slide.

    It repeats that step. You know this is where. We make the determination oh. These will be your two outside support poles. And your two center support poles. This is where when. You go back to your pile brackets will need to login in operations. And to Center out brackets Center an L brackets to the shorter L brackets go to the center. And large wall brackets will go to the two outer sides to install the. All bracket it's the same process as installing the support to slide the male. And the female and use your quarter inch bolts. And nylock nut and repeat the process three. More times as you can see we've assembled our car brackets to our center support bolts as. You can see there's two longer L brackets on the outside for the 1800 series. And the 2200 series block line. And two of the shorter L brackets for the center. What you'll do to finish. This harder process slide let's get to up to the corner of the L bracket.

    And then you will repeat the assembly process on the opposite side of the blind just as. You did on this end as well. When installing a 1400 series in a 1600 series block line. All eight L brackets. Or corner supports will be identical same length so. You will not have to alternate so. Now what we're going to work on is our main support beams. And our pivot brackets. Now I will install. They sent me into this little tractor. And this point it's not crucial to Center. It rights at this moment well. What is crucial is what side. You want your clamps which adjust. And lock down your boat line to its to the boat to the gunnels. What side you want. These to be on you want them facing inside. Or outside that'll be up to.

    You I particularly like to face them to the inside less stuff can grab them. And I can also adjust. It while I'm in the pipeline itself the same thing on the opposite export beef. Iwill install by four rubber dipped clamp ends at my four clamp bolts. And repeat the process. You next what I will do is I'll bring these items fully assembled to the boat. And center my pivot bracket to the center of the boat so. We ensure that the boat line will fall correctly. And deploy correctly it's. Now that we parse our cross members on our fault. And I'll have you do is the center. This support the main support bar. Iwill measure the sea. Ihave a proper distance. Or the same distance on. This side as I do that side. And I will do the same thing in the rear. Once I determined that. Ihave the main support beam Center.

    Iwill lock down my bolts. And then I will Center my pivot bracket so. What I'll do now is I'll Center our pivot bracket by tapping it with a hammer in. Either direction to ensure. That I have a uniform distance between here. And here tap up the bracket to see. It and then our next step we'll add our two inch 3/8 bolts to the bottom to lock our pivot bracket in place we'll also repeat the step on the rear bracket. When determining the front from the back on the beaver tail boat line canvas our canvases are construction. Where we have three loops in the front cutouts be. It for a swamp light package. Or side lights like. Some other boat manufacturers have. And the rear of our boat has just a tapered edge. And straight across so. When you bring your frame to attach to the cross member in pivot brackets you'll note. That this is the rear of the blind.

    And the opposite is the front. Once you've determined the front from the back of your boat line take your left side out. Or log or two for your 1830 book line. And slide it into the pivot cradle. Now what we're going to do is we're going to utilize our 3/8 bolts. And our nylon washers. And what we do there is take your call drill the hole in the center off your three is pulled through nylon washer go on the inside. And this can be a little tricky. One extra tool you may want to use. When doing this procedure is a long skinny standard screwdriver. Because if they fall down below. You can fish them off so. What I do is I slide the part through the hole on the elbow to. Igrab my other nylon washer. Iput it on the back side on the inside of the pivot bracket pop. It through put my nylock not on the back don't tighten.

    It down at this point towards the end of. This segment I'll tell. You why we're not going to tighten them. All the way down continue the process in the rear. And then what you'll do is you'll take your next role. Or your next support beam which will be. One of your centers. That will go here the right center will go here. And the opposite long support two will go here. And as you notice I have. It collapses down to the left side of the boat being this end open. It will fall to the left. Ihave this bracket Swisher on would fall to the right. Now that I have all. These attached and. Yet we have not tightened down. These bolts yet at. This time what I want. You to do is take and fold over your book line run. It on the back and do. This and every boat is different.

    And we manufacture a universal. And now is the time. Where you want to measure. And make sure that your measurements early on in the assembly process were accurate so. What I recommend doing is started in the rear. And because we're up front I'll show. You what I'm talking about just I'll take a measurement from the gunnel to the outside of. This bar okay right here. Ihave a nine-inch over. Now if this was a. This is a 1750 boat. If this was in 1860 I've had I'd have about 2 inches overhead. And I'll cover the overhang in a minute but. Ihave nine inches here. And I also want to have nine inches on the other side of the boat. And I do if you do not. What you'll do is you'll loosen up your clamp rackets here. You loosen those up. And you'll take up the difference by adjusting left. Or right in the center support bracket to make sure you're. Both measurements come off the same. Now with this overhang. That we have is nine inches. Now if you have a similar situation.

    That we have here what I would have. You do is disconnect. This bolt and that's why we didn't tighten them measure eight. And a half inches up cut the bar drill a new through race hall a half an inch above your cut line. And put the bolt back in place. What that will do is. That will shore up the edge of your book line so. It rides right on the gunnel of your boat. It won't create as much as. You might think of slack in your fabric later. Iwill show you a bullet line. That we've already done. That too and the amount of slack is very minimal. And what we have with. These shot carts all the way around the bottom. And the boat line that will take up. Many of that extra slack. That you may have know. If you choose to leave. It this way it's fine it's not going to hinder. Anything or what not but. What it will do is in windy conditions you're going to have a draft right here so. Once you've done that. You can tighten the four bolts in the front.

    And in the back going backwards a little bit. Once you cut this eight. And a half inches and drill the 3/8 hole a half-inch up. You would do the same on the opposite side. Because we have the same overhead. You don't want to cut the nine inches. Because then you know actually your boat line will stick inside the boat. One of the big advantages to a beaver tail boat line is. You have full usable space to the inside of the pole boats are enough money. You want to be able to use. All the space inside there's. Nothing that's hanging over your head there's. Nothing that is mounted on the inside. Everything is mounted to the outside of the boat so. You have full range of motion to the interior.

    And once you've completed. That if by chance you have overhung in the rear be. It very minimal this boat here has 2. And 3/4 inches of overhang in the rear. Now if this is my board. Iwould leave it because. That amount of overhang isn't really affecting anything for me. Idon't feel that I would get much of a draft out of. It but if you wanted. That tighter fit you can go ahead. And cut two and a quarter inches off drill three is whole half an inch off then reattach. It and the blind will be specifically fit to your boat. If it's a boat plan. That you're going to move from boat to boat. Idon't recommend cutting it. Or tailoring it at all. Now this is a 1600 series block line. That we cut to shorten the outside bars to specifically fit.

    This Oh it is the same boat. That we assembled the shadow graph 1800 series multiplying dot well. We fit it to this bullet so. You can see the difference. This is all you want your support bar. Or side bar to rest on your gun after. You cut it and again as. You can see very minimal slack in the blind material itself for storing and transporting your beaver tail boat client as. Imentioned earlier. Each one of our clients comes with a travel cover. And what you'll do is as. You can see I laid the travel cover underneath the blind pool. It pulls your beaver tail. Or client fabric around the corners here let. Any excess material into the flight itself.

    Now there is enough space. If you have your book line graph stop. That this cover is adjustable with six inches. And it's there's already room in there to take up. Any grasses that you may use so. Once I pull the fabric. Inormally start from front to back make my blind cover match. It with the clips stitch. It tight you and all. Ido is we'll take the blind travel cover over in a row. And you can see now the seam is on the bottom side. Now if you're going to travel long distances as. Irefer to the travel strap comes included in the beaver tail. Both wide it also comes equipped with four self-tapping screws. If you're ever going to take the bullet blind off. Irecommend not using it self-tapping screws. Because if you have a narrower front like. This boat you're going to end up screwing in through the support bar clamp. And every time you want to take the boat bind off you'll have to take.

    This screw off what we do with. These straps cinch them through so traveling long distances. You won't have a tendency to have the blind flare up. And a wind cross when your whatnot locks. It in place and one for the front. And one for the rear just remember you're going to use your duck boat for fishing as well in the summer. These multipliers can be taken off just like. It sits here you can remove them from the boat hang them on the garage wall hanging from the trusses in the garage. Wherever hanging them on the side of the ship the removable pops on pops off.

    Apply now