Nukem Hunting, maker of the Grab & Go Hunting Blind, has announced the new Grab & Go Hunting Blind XL. With an increased overall length and height, the new XL blind offers hunters more concealment, the option to hunt from a chair, and even the ability to conceal two hunters. These advantages are achieved while maintaining the same low-profile, lightweight design and maneuverability as the original. Whether hunting from a seated position on the ground or from a full size chair, Nukem has the right option for every hunter available now.
“This is a really exciting new product expansion for us, and we know that many hunters will really be able to benefit from the larger size of the XL blinds,” said Pat Newcomb, owner of Nukem Hunting. “We have seen a lot of success with these blinds and received very positive feedback, and now Nukem hunters will have an even bigger advantage heading into the woods this season.”
Nukem Grab & Go Hunting Blind XL
- 150 denier nylon construction, weighing in at only 3.5 lbs.
- Shade folds into carrying case to a total length of 38 inches
- stake free design
- XL blinds extend to over nine feet wide, allowing for two hunters
- Adjustable height from 45 to 60 inches.
- Assemble or disassemble in less than a minute
- stubble belts
- Available in TrueTimber HTC Green, TrueTimber Strata, Mossy Oak New Bottomland and Mossy Oak Obsession
- MSRP $129.99
Nukem Grab and Go Hunting Blinds are perfect for the run and gun hunter who likes to bring the game to the animal. The compact construction allows users to move quietly through the forest and set it up at any time. The easy to fold stakeless design eliminates the headache associated with conventional ground blinds and gives hunters the ability to set up virtually anywhere. To see the Nukem Hunting Blinds in action, check out the video below. For more information on purchase options, visit nukemhunting.com.
About the Nukem Hunt
Nukem Hunting was built on a generational love of the outdoors. Owner Pat Newcomb grew up hunting and fishing in western North Carolina with his father and his brothers. A lifetime of dedication and experience in the worldwide chase game went into the development of the revolutionary ‘Grab and Go’ hunting blind. Hunters around the world can now use the technology that the Newcomb family has been successful with for years.