Camouflage Umbrella............instant Hide.

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  1. Sourdough

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    Camouflage Umbrellas. They make many different camo patterns. And I re-paint some if they are not perfect. Great hide for hunting or stalking.......they even can be used for rain or snow. Even a half'assed tent.
     
  2. Sourdough

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    Bump to jumpstart.
     
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  3. Pragmatist

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    Good afternoon IBME,

    Do be careful if there's a lightning storm when using the umbrella.
     
  4. Keith H.

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    What a great idea IBME, & can be used as a walking stick! I never would have thought of that.
    Keith.
     
  5. Sourdough

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    Might get lightening here once every 25 years.
     
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    Might get lightening here once every 25 years.
     
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  8. GateCrasher

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    While not intended as a true rain umbrella/walking stick, the camouflaged deer/turkey/duck blinds make an excellent one person shelter.

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    Two people would fit sitting up, one person curled up if lying down. Just less than 4 feet long total packed, height of 4-5 feet when open and staked in the ground, and about 4 foot diameter. ScotchGuard/Camp Dry water repellent spray helps on the roof and sides, but there are slits (firing holes) around the outside so not really waterproof for a rainy/windy day. I bought this close to 20 years ago, only used it about a dozen times so not really sure how it holds up to regular use, but a long shelf-life anyway. Not finding a link to one sold now, but probably just using the wrong search terms.
     
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  9. Snyper

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    It's an old idea that's been around for decades. f9053cdf9b1c410cc9fe1310e6673e81.jpeg
     
  10. Sourdough

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    Yep............just like "TROLLS".
     
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    Your juvenile name calling says more about you than me.
     
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