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Old 03-18-2017, 10:18 PM   #1
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Guys picked up my new blind this week and was just curious how y'all were setting up ozonics, shelves and anything else y'all might be doing to set up y'alls blind. I will have it on a platform 5 off the ground. Thanks for any info y'all have.
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Old 03-18-2017, 10:42 PM   #2
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Guys picked up my new blind this week and was just curious how y'all were setting up ozonics, shelves and anything else y'all might be doing to set up y'alls blind. I will have it on a platform 5 off the ground. Thanks for any info y'all have.
I used to use a tripod for my ozonics in the Krivoman. I recently made a mount with a security camera arm and neodymium magnets that will hold the ozonics directly over the window for you. Feel free to send​ me a pm if you want more information. Best blinds I've ever hunted out of. Did you get a vent in yours?
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Old 03-18-2017, 10:51 PM   #3
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I used to use a tripod for my ozonics in the Krivoman. I recently made a mount with a security camera arm and neodymium magnets that will hold the ozonics directly over the window for you. Feel free to send​ me a pm if you want more information. Best blinds I've ever hunted out of. Did you get a vent in yours?
Good idea where did you get the magnets from?
Yes I got a 3 window classic with a vent.
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Old 03-19-2017, 08:43 AM   #4
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Awesome! The vent helps a bunch when it's hot. I believe I got them from this site.
http://www.magnet4less.com/

I got ones that have a hole in the middle so I could tie a string to it and have the other end outside the window. It it falls, the string doesn't let it go too far. I got the magnets with close to 100lb holding weight. I have two on the camera arm and one on the string. Don't let the one on the string touch the others. It is VERY hard to get them apart. They have so much pull they can hold the ozonics through your hand.

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Here is the ozonics in the blind.
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That is a really great idea, Bobby!!!!

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I use a Go Pro clamp on the bow holder up top pointed at the open window. Works like a champ!
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That is a really great idea, Bobby!!!!

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I use a similar mounting system, but instead of magnets I use a ball and socket system. I placed the ball between the window and the vent and then can easily change the position of the Ozonics if the wind shifts.

These the parts I used.


And here are a couple pics mounted inside the blind:



I have three blinds and have a ball mounted in each, just take the arm with you. The ball screws into the Ozonics.
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Y'all are high tech ! I just cemented a piece of 2x4 in my fiberglass blinds and use the screw-in lag bolt. Pretty easy and really cheap.
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I use a similar mounting system, but instead of magnets I use a ball and socket system. I placed the ball between the window and the vent and then can easily change the position of the Ozonics if the wind shifts.

These the parts I used.


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I have three blinds and have a ball mounted in each, just take the arm with you. The ball screws into the Ozonics.


Is that the vent that came in you blind originally? Or did you add that one?


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Is that the vent that came in you blind originally? Or did you add that one?


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No, that's just an RV vent, I added this before Mitch had his vents.
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I use a similar mounting system, but instead of magnets I use a ball and socket system. I placed the ball between the window and the vent and then can easily change the position of the Ozonics if the wind shifts.

These the parts I used.


And here are a couple pics mounted inside the blind:



I have three blinds and have a ball mounted in each, just take the arm with you. The ball screws into the Ozonics.
I like your set up! So you face it out the vent when the wind is in your face? Also, does it hold position well?
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Thanks for all the info fellas I like the ideas for the ozonics! What are yall doing as far as hanging calls, rangefinders and window tint??
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Old 03-19-2017, 08:49 PM   #16
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Awesome! The vent helps a bunch when it's hot. I believe I got them from this site.
http://www.magnet4less.com/

I got ones that have a hole in the middle so I could tie a string to it and have the other end outside the window. It it falls, the string doesn't let it go too far. I got the magnets with close to 100lb holding weight. I have two on the camera arm and one on the string. Don't let the one on the string touch the others. It is VERY hard to get them apart. They have so much pull they can hold the ozonics through your hand.

Here is the camera arm on Amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B001D...8nL&ref=plSrch
Bobby do you remember what size magnets they were. My thought is it get two magnets bond one to a piece of 2x4 and screw the tree screw to the 2x4. I already have the tree screw, extension arm and ez mount for my ozonics. Same way you did with just a different mounting system.
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Old 03-19-2017, 10:20 PM   #17
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Bobby do you remember what size magnets they were. My thought is it get two magnets bond one to a piece of 2x4 and screw the tree screw to the 2x4. I already have the tree screw, extension arm and ez mount for my ozonics. Same way you did with just a different mounting system.
I got ones very similar to this. I bought from several different sites until I found the ones that had enough holding weight. This one might be Overkill if you are letting the magnets actually touch one another. You can probably get away with something a little less powerful maybe a 40 or 50 pound holding weight if the magnets are going to get to touch one another. Mine had to hold the Ozonics up through the thickness of the wall on the krivoman blind.

http://www.kjmagnetics.com/proddetail.asp?prod=RY046

I think the site I may have listed in my original post maybe the wrong website. There is one website that has the same magnets as the others and is much less expensive. This link is to the vendor that has the most options for magnets but is not the cheapest.
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Old 03-19-2017, 10:21 PM   #18
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I also wrap my magnets in electrical tape. They are so powerful when they touch one another they will chip if you are not careful. They're kind of dangerous LOL
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I like your set up! So you face it out the vent when the wind is in your face? Also, does it hold position well?
Yes, I normally have the wind in my face and Ozonics pointed out the vent.

It doesn't budge once you get it set up and tightened down.
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Yes, I normally have the wind in my face and Ozonics pointed out the vent.

It doesn't budge once you get it set up and tightened down.
Does the ozone leave the blind out of the vent or does it drop down and you smell it? Sorry, just curious.
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No smell, it gets pulled out with the breeze.
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I have the four window blinds and only usually open two max. I would think majority of the ozone gets pulled out the vents anyway. Especially if it is coming from anywhere in front of you.
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Old 03-20-2017, 04:09 PM   #23
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That's a cool invention Roysmoke has, but honestly I'd just sit it on the roof and turn it on low. Use a mouse pad under it to absorb vibration. The ozone is heavier than air and just cascades over the sides of the blind. I would aim it generally downwind, but if the wind switches, don't worry about it or get out of the blind to change it. The fan on the ozonics is weak compared to the wind. So the ozone automatically goes with the wind, as does your scent. So the ozone, being heavier, will fall down and intercept your scent no matter which window your scent is coming from, which direction the wind is blowing or which direction you have the ozonics aimed. I've done it that way on plastic blinds (Blind Turtle) for years. Did the same thing with the Krivoman blind when I had a chance to hunt out of one and killed the buck in my avatar. Also I never have to smell the ozone.

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I have the four window blinds and only usually open two max. I would think majority of the ozone gets pulled out the vents anyway. Especially if it is coming from anywhere in front of you.
You are probably right. I am a little neurotic about being in a semi closed blind with ozone. I just open my shooting window and have the Ozonics pointed directly downwind. I personally don't like to inhale the ozone in a blind like a Krivoman that is pretty airtight. That is why I abandoned using a tripod and made something that would spit it directly out the window. I think the mount would also work for holding your video camera without having a tripod in the way of your feet.
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You are probably right. I am a little neurotic about being in a semi closed blind with ozone. I just open my shooting window and have the Ozonics pointed directly downwind. I personally don't like to inhale the ozone in a blind like a Krivoman that is pretty airtight. That is why I abandoned using a tripod and made something that would spit it directly out the window. I think the mount would also work for holding your video camera without having a tripod in the way of your feet.
a little neurotic?????? understatement of the year...
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a little neurotic?????? understatement of the year...
LOL how dare you Mitch!
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I quit posting here and just lurk but had to jump in. I dont care about Ozonics but I am here to tell you that his blinds are awesome. Killed the guy here this season - walked out beside me at 10 yards. I had to let him get out a little further before I shot because he was too close. This blind blacks out the hunter and I had 10-15 deer in front of me at times with my 8 year old grand daughters sitting with me and the deer had no idea I was there. Awesome blind
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a little neurotic?????? understatement of the year...
TRUE! Thats kinda like being a little pregnant.
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I quit posting here and just lurk but had to jump in. I dont care about Ozonics but I am here to tell you that his blinds are awesome. Killed the guy here this season - walked out beside me at 10 yards. I had to let him get out a little further before I shot because he was too close. This blind blacks out the hunter and I had 10-15 deer in front of me at times with my 8 year old grand daughters sitting with me and the deer had no idea I was there. Awesome blind
Helluva buck! Congrats on a great buck. You speak the truth! Can't wait to hunt out of my new Krivoman blind this year.
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I quit posting here and just lurk but had to jump in. I dont care about Ozonics but I am here to tell you that his blinds are awesome. Killed the guy here this season - walked out beside me at 10 yards. I had to let him get out a little further before I shot because he was too close. This blind blacks out the hunter and I had 10-15 deer in front of me at times with my 8 year old grand daughters sitting with me and the deer had no idea I was there. Awesome blind
thanks. I really appreciate it. man oh man is that a giant. congrats.

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thanks. I really appreciate it. man oh man is that a giant. congrats.

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Helluva buck! Congrats on a great buck. You speak the truth! Can't wait to hunt out of my new Krivoman blind this year.
Boy that set up looks NICE Bruce! Its gonna be an awesome spot for next year!
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I quit posting here and just lurk but had to jump in. I dont care about Ozonics but I am here to tell you that his blinds are awesome. Killed the guy here this season - walked out beside me at 10 yards. I had to let him get out a little further before I shot because he was too close. This blind blacks out the hunter and I had 10-15 deer in front of me at times with my 8 year old grand daughters sitting with me and the deer had no idea I was there. Awesome blind
Beautiful Deer.
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Helluva buck! Congrats on a great buck. You speak the truth! Can't wait to hunt out of my new Krivoman blind this year.
Nice setup. I'm going out tomorrow to start setting mine up.
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Just wanted to update the thread. I got the blind setup a few months ago and have hunted out of it once and shot a sow. Here are a few pics.








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I added a chair to mine. Works great.
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Guys picked up my new blind this week and was just curious how y'all were setting up ozonics, shelves and anything else y'all might be doing to set up y'alls blind. I will have it on a platform 5 off the ground. Thanks for any info y'all have.
Ive got a really nice tower already set up but it's 72"x72" base 5' tall... I didnt think about the krivoman until after I had it made. Would I be able to set one on it or is my base not big enough?

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Ive got a really nice tower already set up but it's 72"x72" base 5' tall... I didnt think about the krivoman until after I had it made. Would I be able to set one on it or is my base not big enough?

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if you do it like this, then it will fit. I have 2 built this way.
I would do the ladder differently though. Add a platform & handrail......makes life so much easier. 3/4" Plywood circle is 82" OD.



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if you do it like this, then it will fit. I have 2 built this way.
I would do the ladder differently though. Add a platform & handrail......makes life so much easier. 3/4" Plywood circle is 82" OD.


Very nice! Thanks for the good pictures they explain it all. My initial plan was to put a 4x6 fiberglass blind and have a 2' porch but I think I need to go put my hands on a krivoman before I commit to the 4x6

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Where are they based out of I can't find it on their website? Do they sell them from more than just one location? I want to try to find one close by that I can go check out

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where did you get the black egg crate foam on the walls?
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Old 10-05-2018, 01:04 PM   #45
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Where are they based out of I can't find it on their website? Do they sell them from more than just one location? I want to try to find one close by that I can go check out

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Very nice! Thanks for the good pictures they explain it all. My initial plan was to put a 4x6 fiberglass blind and have a 2' porch but I think I need to go put my hands on a krivoman before I commit to the 4x6

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