DIY deer blind stand Part 2

Part 2 of how to make an elevated stand for hunting, with details about securing the blind to the stand and making a ceiling or roof support using salvaged materials

all the pressure treated wood for this project was cull lumber from RP Lumber, and the total cost, not counting the old pop up I had not even been using, was $100.

Thanks for watching!!

What do you think?

Written by HuntingBP

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

GIPHY App Key not set. Please check settings


  1. That works, the problem with that is the ground blind will last about 2 maybe 3 years. The sun and wind dries the fabric and becomes very brittle. Then, when storms come thru branches from the tree come crashing down on it and rip the blind. I spent a lot of time patching up holes and tears until I replace two of them with wooden box blinds.,

  2. Your center support for snow load is brilliant !
    Be sure to waterproof the blind annually.

    The best way to secure the blind for wind is to run paracord from the roof cross supports the the center of the floo

    Try it in the wind.. Hook your finger over the [ x ] and pull downward.

Duck Blinds

Top 5 Beginner PCB Design Mistakes (and how to fix them)