Ground Force Dog Blind

Hardcore dog blind.

Green Head Gear's Ground Force Dog Blind's low profile is perfect for fields, or any dry ground blind setup. It's ready to hunt in seconds with its spring-loaded top bar, and folds flat for easy storage.

The Ground Force weighs in at only 6.5 pounds, and the convenient shoulder strap makes trasportation to and from the field a cinch.


The front and rear doors make for a quick entry and exit for your gun dog when the birds start falling.


Heavy-Duty DuraMax cover on the sides and floor make it extra durable; able to take anything Mother Nature (or your favorite hunting companion) can throw at it. The Ground Force had been decked out in the hard-to-see KW-1 Camo. With its GHG's CamoStraps, hunters can add as much natural vegetation as they see fit for added concealment.

Contact: Greenhead Gear, Dept. WF; P.O. Box 820176, Memphis, TN 38182; (800) 333-5119.


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