Field and Stream Magnum Hunting Blind

Priced: $119.98 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 20 reviews.
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The extra large interior area provides plenty of room for you and your friends in the Field & Stream ™ Magnum Hunter Blind. The eight, large windows with shoot through screens and two zippered roof ports provide a variety of hunting options regardless of weapon and game. The scent-containing interior fabric also limits the appearance of shadows, keeping you expertly hidden in the field.
Country Of Origin: China


  • Scent containing black interior coated fabric to control shadows and movement along with a weather-resistant exterior coating


  • Includes carry case with padded backpack straps


  • 2 zippered roof ports allow for dove and waterfowl hunting 5 hub design eliminates loose parts and speeds set up/ take down


  • 8 windows-each with a shoot through screen and zippered window flaps


  • 60'' X 60'' floor area with a 67" height
  • Brush-in strips for advanced concealment when used with trimmed tree branches
  • Shoot through screens (for the bow hunter using fixed blade broadheads) with gun slits
  • 4 reflective blaze orange location markers with tabbed camouflage covers for safe blind locations
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Field and Stream Magnum Hunting Blind Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Nice blind for the price

I bought this for the size and price after reading about some of the common problems associated with more expensive blinds. I'll start with what I like:

I like it much, much more than a dog house blind.

It's big. There is a lot of room to move, standing it relatively easy.

It's light. Fairly easy to move around once set up. I picked a spot, didn't like it, moved it 50 yds or so while set up. Not difficult at all.

Lot of shooting options. Windows are zippered, and the shoot through Velcro is fairly durable.

Comes with some 550-like cord to tether the blind to whatever. It comes with some stakes for the ground.

I really like the orange flags on top...I hunt shared property and it allows us to know whether or not someone is using it before you walk up to it.

Aside from a torrential rain, should keep you moderately dry once you seal the seams properly.

The bad:

The seams need to be sealed before use from the sewing process. I got a bottle of shoe goo and sealed all the seams to make it more durable and seal it up a bit more. Do this a couple of days before field use to let the smell dissipate.

The windows are loud. They are zippered. The Shoot-thru windows are held by fairly secure Velcro, but to peal them back or take them out in the field, it is loud, loud, loud.

The stakes are thin, cheap...not that impressive, but they held in place for the week I had it out.

I haven't shot an arrow through the shoot thru covers, so I can't speak to their performance or not.
Mutt at Dick's Sporting Goods on 04/04/2010

Great blind

Bought this blind this year. Put it out in october, bow hunted and rifle hunted from it. Not perfect for bowhunting, but it's a blind and it's better than most. Possible to shoot out of. Great for rifle hunting. Hunted out of this for roughly 20 sits and had numerous deer directly downwind of me. I had it tucked into a fallen tree and camoflaged well, but had numerous deer within 10 steps of me and didn't even look my direction, including several nice bucks. Very happy with this blind and plan on buying another. Forgot the travel bag and directions, but had it down and folded up within a minute. Setup and takedown a breeze. Only problem I had was seeing light through the seams like someone else mentioned.
STLHunter at Dick's Sporting Goods on 12/12/2010

Nice Blind

I recently purchased this blind from DSG and although I haven't been able to hunt from it yet I'm happy with it. Blind is large enough to draw my bow in, and it has many openings to shoot out of. The blind comes with a large carrying bag that is over sized and easy to place blind into (unlike some pop-up style tents that I have used). The blind is easy to set-up, I have yet to do it in the field, but probably could have it up and in place in two or three minutes.
One Shot Scott at Dick's Sporting Goods on 02/02/2011

Good blind so far

It set up in less than 30 seconds. Looks like it will be a good blind. The fabric feels tight when open, and you can see light through the stitching. Seams are not taped, hopefully, they won't pull out. Taped seams and stitching are the price difference between this and a Double Bull, that I see so far. It does have a one year warrenty so I am giving it a try.
Phantom Bowhunter at Dick's Sporting Goods on 07/07/2010

I will buy another one like this

I bought this blind in october 2010 the first time
I was in it I took a very nice doe with bow. It got so close if the entrance had been unzipped I could have touched it. it never did smell me I took it at about 15 yards great for bow or gun.I
will buy another one easy to set up and take down
meat man at Dick's Sporting Goods on 12/12/2010

I would buy again.

I have used many blinds in the past so far this is the best one. My 11 year old son and I shot three deer out of this blind so far and only had it set up for a week. We use a crossbow and the only trouble with the blind I have is finding where to by replacement screens.
Ripper at Dick's Sporting Goods on 09/09/2010

Great product

Didn't really know what to expect buying this online but wow, what a greg deal. Great size blind for at least 2 hunters, either bow or rifle. Lots of windows, easy assembly/disassembly. Bad with back straps is big and allows the blind to fit easily into it. Great all around product.
PA deer hunter at Dick's Sporting Goods on 10/10/2011

Great Deal...

I just bought this blind at Dick's for [$]! I can't wait to take it outside and bow hunt with it. It seems big enough to have two people sitting in it based on other reviews. Hopefully I can get a big late season Buck with it!!!
GalenaBob at Dick's Sporting Goods on 12/12/2010

nice however....

this is a nice package for x-bow hunters but when i moved to shooting traditional archery gear it is too small to draw my biw. also you must sit down to get a proper angle with the bow. i would but the magnum blind for bow hunting!
g money at Dick's Sporting Goods on 10/10/2010


BENNY at Dick's Sporting Goods on 05/05/2010

Negative Reviews:

Customer Support Stinks

I would like to give this blind a higher rating because it is a decent blind, but do not try and find replacement screens you get nothing but a run around!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
chico at Dick's Sporting Goods on 10/10/2011

Neutral Reviews:

Great Blind for Bows.

I bought it for rifles because I'm a novice to hunting; doesn't work that well for rifle hunting; must open all the ports for rifle hunting. But it will work well when I fish all night. I will now just buy me a chair blind.
Bearman at Dick's Sporting Goods on 11/11/2010