Final Approach Eliminator Cargo Blind

Final Approach Eliminator Cargo Blind

Mobility is the key to waterfowling success, especially during the late season when birds have been pressured. FA Brand's latest layout, the Eliminator Cargo Blind makes moving from Point A to Point B easy.

Removable wheels transform the Cargo Blind from layout blind to gear hauler in a heartbeat. Four-dozen silhouettes or 200 rags, plus guns and other equipment, can be easily moved in a matter of minutes. The aluminum frame is rugged, and the 600-denier poly-fabric keeps hunters comfortable, even during all-day hunts. The Cargo Blind features the popular Eliminator-style twin doors and a convenient zippered foot pouch for cleaning.


Contact: Final Approach, (913) 752-3400, www.fabrand.com


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