Barronett Ground Blind Giveaway – Win a Snake Eyes Venom 375 Blind in Mossy Oak Break Up Infinity

by HuntingFreak

Win a Barronett Ground Blind

Yesterday you read all about the Barronett Snake Eyes Venom ground blind review. We talked about features and upgrades they made over last year’s model and added plenty of images of the blind.

Now you have the chance to win a free Snake Eyes Venom 375 ground blind in Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity. The blind is the top of the line model offered by Barronett Blinds and currently retails for $300.

  • Who Can Win: Any hunter who wants to own one of the best hunting blinds on the market.
  • What Will it Cost me: Absolutely nothing! We will cover the shipping costs within the U.S. The blind will ship brand new in the box at zero cost to you.

To Enter the Giveaway

  1. Leave a comment. After reading the ground blind review from yesterday, COME BACK HERE AND POST A COMMENT BELOW telling us what you found most interesting or what features you like best about the new Snake Eyes Venom Ground Blind (leave your comments in the comment section below THIS post “scroll down”).
  2. Please like us on Facebook. Also be sure to “like” Trophy Hunting Obsession on Facebook to be eligible.

For Extra Entries

Spread the word through social networking. Post about this contest or what you love most about Trophy Hunting Obsession on any social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, Digg, Stumble Upon, Blog, etc.) For every site you post on, come back here and add a comment below sharing the link where you did this. You can get up to 5 extra entries for this. Use the social bookmark icons below this post for ease of social networking.

Announcing the Winner

Win a Free Barronett BlindThe winner will be picked via random drawing using We will post a screen shot image of the number. The person that leaves the comment that corresponds with the number will be announced the winner.

Please use a valid email address with your comment. The winner will be contacted via email and will be announced on the comment section of the blog and on our Facebook page.

Contest Rules and Deadlines

  • The ground blind giveaway starts on Tuesday, September 20th, 2011 at 10am eastern time. The winner will be selected via on the evening of Sunday, September 25th, 2011.
  • Comments must be placed on this blog in the comment section below.
  • To increase your chances of winning, participate in the “extra” entries.
  • Use a valid email address.
  • We can only cover shipping costs within the U.S.
  • This contest is void where prohibited by law.
  • This contest is sponsored by
  • No purchase necessary.

Details from the Barronett Blinds website about this blind

Snake Eyes Venom™ 375 with Mossy Oak® Break-Up Infinity™ SEV375MI
Snake Eyes Venom blinds have the most versatile window configuration. The 6-panel design allows for horizontal window opening, vertical window openings, or both. The options are limitless. The windows also dip low allowing for sitting shots, and all Snake Eyes Venom blinds come with removable zippered shoot-through mesh windows.


  • Zippered roof opening provides additional room, air circulation or shooting options.
  • Three-panel mesh windows designed to stay tight so arrows fly through with no interference.
  • Five-hub design has no loose poles that require in-field assembly.
  • Brush holders provided for additional concealment.
  • Bow hangers, gear pockets, tie-down ropes and ground stakes are included.

Update – Winner Announced

Screen Image of Winning NumberIt’s 7pm Eastern time on Sunday, September 25th and the contest is officially over. The comments are closed and a winner has been drawn. We had a total of 20 comments, I used to generate a number between 1 and 20 and the winning number is 6. The sixth comment was left by Keith Manning!

Congratulations to Keith and thank you all for participating in the contest. I truly wish I could give everyone a gift but we will have more giveaways in the future. Thanks again and your continued support and readership is much appreciated. Good luck to all of you this season and happy hunting!


Andy September 25, 2011 at 5:34 pm

i likw the 180 brush holders and i also like the hight and width of the blind because i am in a wheel chair.

Chad Hendrickson September 24, 2011 at 8:39 pm

I love that it has 180 loops for brushing the blind in. This might have to do with the fact that I waterfowl hunt alot and it really makes a difference when you attach natural cover from the area to a layout blind. With 180 loops to use, I would probably need to remind myself not to make an unnatural opening around my blind by removing too much brush.

scott reichinger September 24, 2011 at 1:24 pm

i like the idea of the 5-hub style without the loose poles. i’ve owned a couple of cheap blinds with loose poles that setup like a regular back packing dome tent. they didn’t last a season. next blind i get will be a good quality blind like this one.

David Beene September 24, 2011 at 12:13 pm

The two things that strike me the most are the loops for attaching brush and the interior height. The extra height gives you the ability to stand and stretch during long sits. Comes in handy for old bones.

Jeff Lilja September 23, 2011 at 7:55 pm

The new material is heavier , but worth it if it’s more durable and the better waterproofing is a huge plus.

Christopher G September 23, 2011 at 8:50 am

I love that they are using the Break-Up Infinity pattern, it is such a good pattern. I agree I would love to see some diffrent patterns, but this will definately work. I also like the brush holder deal because I am tired of trying to drive limbs, sticks and vines in the ground and all on top of the blind. This is for sure a blind I would love to try out with my better half and my kids.

Keith Schaper September 22, 2011 at 5:22 pm

Really enjoyed the review on the baronett blind. I just found them the other day and am really impressed. I would love to win one. thanks for the info and the chance to win.

Jack Bunge September 21, 2011 at 10:17 pm

I have never owned a pop-up blind I have been wanting to buy one for quite some time but i just haven’t been able to part with spending 200 plus dollars on one. I am an avid bow hunter and I love the fact the Snake Eyes Venom Series blind is very bow hunter friendly. Also the Mossy Oak Breakup Infinity Camo is my favorite Camo pattern. The easy pop up assembly sounds very convenient and I am very excited to see how nice it is to use it when I get out into the field. Also it sounds like Barronett did a very good job of giving the hunter everything he/she needs for in field assembly. I am very excited about the brush holders, it really sets it apart from all other blinds I have looked at when comes to being invisible in the field. I hope to be able to use the new Barronett ground blind in my future hunting adventures.

John Sanders September 21, 2011 at 9:33 pm

If I’m gonna be in a blind this is the one. I have been stuck in those tiny ones you can’t turn to shoot out the other window when the game comes from behind you.
This also has the room to take the young ones out and teach them. It can also be fun to stick branches in all those holders giving it the added actual background effect. I can see shots of 20 yards and less from this bad boy. If nothing else some great pictures of game!

Bryan Romane September 21, 2011 at 8:55 pm

I have had my eye on Barronett Blinds for the last few months now and would love to win this one. The great benefit to the 375 model is the size and room it offers. I just purchased a Parker Buck-Buster 175 Crossbow and this blind would be a great asset to have this fall while sharing the hunting experience with my 12 year old son and my other hunting buddy. If you are interested in seeing more of what this blind has to offer, please see the attached YouTube video, which turned me on to this Company’s blinds.

Ryan Ledford September 21, 2011 at 12:19 pm

Being a big guy I appreciate the sheer size of the blind. Having that extra room to conceal all your bring-a-longs and being able to move quietly unhindered to get of that shot on the buck of a lifetime. Also the brush holders, will give it fantastic concealment within the property I hunt. I believe these brush holders will give it a more natural look than just laying brush around my old blind.

Caleb September 20, 2011 at 11:46 pm

The thing I found most ineresting was the brush holders I can put this right on the edge of our marsh and tree line and put marsh grass in them

cody gillette September 20, 2011 at 9:41 pm

i like the Bow hangers, Brush holders, and this would be my first ground blind because i normally use my grandpas.

Richard Hollon September 20, 2011 at 8:54 pm

I have perfect location under plantation oak @ head of drain extending up 15%
slope to middle of 14a. soybean field. I’ve seen a nice 160 buck @ 60 yards while
cyote hunting

Keith Manning September 20, 2011 at 7:14 pm

Being disabled… i like the fact that it is roomy i have a hard time sitting still with my back problems and need to move more often than most…would love to have one of these to keep me more concealed as i move…maybe i could win one and write a review for other disables.

shawn shriver September 20, 2011 at 2:20 pm

i really like the Bow hangers, gear pockets, tie-down ropes and ground stakes that are included.. also like the zippered roof and Five-hub design that has no loose poles that require in-field assembly

George Lawver September 20, 2011 at 1:54 pm

Like the idea of beibg able to add sticks and brush with the loops that have been added. The camo pattern looks great!

JimCooy September 20, 2011 at 11:15 am

I have a Barronett blind from last year that I use. Don’t have the new one yet but I like the new Camo pattern. Maybe I can win!

Randy Gundrum September 20, 2011 at 11:02 am

I ordered last years model and got it about a month ago. I thought it was awesome, and especially liked the window dipping down in the corners which should facilitate shooting with a bow without ever leaving the comfort of your seat. The room inside is awesome as well as the height, as I am 6’5″ and 350 lbs. I understand the new blind is made from heavier material, with some window improvements as well. Looking forward to maybe being able to purchase one in the future? Good hunting!

Mark Cramer September 20, 2011 at 10:52 am

I particularly like the zippered roof. I have a couple of ground blinds, but I have to lean over in my seat or go to a knee to be able to shoot.

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