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Stealth Outdoors Run 'N Gun Bark Silencer

The Run 'N 'Gun Bark Silencer from Stealth Outdoors was designed to eliminate noise while on stand, and for 2009, the new units double as a mobile ground blind.

The Bark Silencer straps to a tree with an adjustable shock cord and eliminates the unnatural sound of a hunter's clothing scraping against tree bark. If you prefer to hunt from the ground, you can also use it as a ground blind. Use one or two units for ground level concealment. Each unit measures 20 inches wide and is 24 inches tall. The Run 'N 'Gun Bark Silencer is odor resistant, water resistant and treated with an antimicrobial additive to help prevent mold and mildew buildup.


Contact: Stealth Outdoors, (248) 459-8991; www.stealthoutdoors.com.


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