Ameristep Lightspeed Razor Ground Blind

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The Ameristep Lightspeed Razor Ground Blind allows you to set up an effective ground blind anywhere that you want to pursue your game. The Patented Lightspeed single hub frame is easy to set up, transport and take down, so you will never be limited in your hunting opportunities. The Lightspeed Razor Ground Blind is ideal for crossbow and firearm hunting for any type of game. The lightweight design is just 8 lbs. 69" shooting width x 98" front width x 67" back width x 60" deep x 60" tall.
Manufacturer model #: 3601.
Equally suitable for crossbow or firearm hunting, Ameristep's Lightspeed Razor Ground Blind folds into an extremely-compact, easily-portable package. At a lightweight 8 lbs. and only 50"L x 6"W when folded, the blind is simple to transport from your vehicle to your favorite hunting spot. The patented Lightspeed single-hub frame is quick and simple to set up. Extra-quiet, wear- and weather-resistant Durashell Plus™ fabric conceals and protects from the elements. Five window openings with shoot-through mesh.
Dimensions: 60"H x 98"W x 60"D.
Packed dimensions: 50"L x 6"W.
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Positive Reviews:

OK blind--but not heavy duty!

I currently have a number of the Ameristep Brickhouse Blinds that I believe are hard to beat. The Lightspeed Razor Ground Blind that I am reviewing is a much different animal. The Brickhouse is a much better blind in my opinion. The Lightspeed Razor is very light weight--only 8 lbs compared to the Brickhouse 18 lbs. Right away, you should realize that this is no blind that you put up and leave our for weeks at a time. I do not believe it would stand up to bad weather conditions. The size of the Lightspeed Razor really only works well for a single person. It would be too crowded for 2 people. That said, from a space perspective, it is adequate inside for rifle or crossbow for one person. When I first looked at the window opening, I was concerned about the height of the opening from the ground, but it is actually OK. The one thing that is lacking is the ability to move the window netting completely out of the way. The window netting is not on with velcro or any form of loop. It is sewed on the blind and this does not work well, especially for a crossbow. With a rifle, you can bunch the netting pieces together and sick your gun barrel out in between them, but that will obviously not work with a crossbow. Some folks may say to shoot through the window netting with a crossbow, but I would not recommend doing that. I wanted to use the blind with my crossbow, so this was an issue for me. (To solve the "sewed in netting" problem, I cut the netting at the very bottom of the window of the center 2 panels and placed some velcro on them to stick to the inside roof of the blind. That seems to work fine.) Putting the blind up and taking it down is very easy. Again this a good blind for running and gunning or leaving up for a couple of days in decent weather, but I would not expose it to bad weather for an extended period of time.
KWG11350 at Cabelas on 08/16/2013

It is what it is

I have this blind and have never seen it sell for more than two digits. That being said; it is what it is, an inexpensive blind. As for leaving it out in the weather, I have had mine up in two different locations all season. I has stood up to the wind and rain and freeze. I did break one of the shafts on the second set up. I never expected to get more than one season out of this blind and got it for its quick set up and move capabilities. It lives up to that. I too had to cut the screen in front to use my cross bow. It's black inside and hides you well unless you face it directly into the sun. If you want mobility and a blind you can set up quickly then this is a good choice unless you looking for longevity. You get what you pay for and should never set your expectations too high for a two digit priced blind. I gave it four stars because the shaft shouldn't have broken. Otherwise it has lived up to my expectations.
vinceau at Cabelas on 12/03/2013

Negative Reviews:


There is no way this so called blind is usable. The window is too small. The poles are too flimsy. It took me all of 2 minutes to decide this piece of junk is going back to Cabelas.
jparthemore at Cabelas on 08/12/2013