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Millennium Q250 Solo Buck Hut Review

Millennium adds a Solo Buck Hut


Following the wildly acclaimed introduction of the Q200 Buck Hut a few years ago, Millennium has introduced a Solo version with a bit smaller footprint.

The Millennium Solo Buck Hut features the same window and shooting rail system along with the rock solid powder coated steel platform that made the Buck Hut so popular.  The interior dimensions are simply a bit smaller; perfect for squeezing into tight spot on your property.

The Solo Buck Hut’s framework, platform, and ladder are constructed of heavy-duty powder-coated steel using Millennium’s SteelTOUGH construction to last for years of heavy use. The rugged exterior shell is made of heavy-duty water-resistant fabric. The Solo Buck Hut incorporates Millennium’s SilentHUNT Design to keep it nice and quiet. The Solo Buck Hut’s sturdy steel ladder features non-slip steps, and a pair of steel rail handles to help keep hunters steady as they enter and exit the shooting house through its large side door.

The blind tower utilizes a reinforced tripod design creating the most stable engineering principles. A sturdy 10-step ladder supports the blind, creates easy access, and puts a hunter nearly 10 feet above a deer’s field of view. The Hut enclosure dimensions measure 7’x4’x4’, enough space to provide mobility for the perfect shot while keeping the profile of the blind to a minimum. The 7-foot interior height means there’s plenty of room to take a standing shot. 

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