Primos Double Bull Deluxe with Double Wide Door

SKU: PR-PS60061
6 Reviews
$299.99 $479.99

Primos Double Bull Deluxe Ground Blind with Double Wide Door

Double Bull Deluxe with Double Wide Door

The Double Bull Deluxe ground blind has a zipperless door for silent entry even with gear on. Equipped with the patented Double Bull hub system, this blind is easy to set up and extremely solid. This blind has the same 180-degree front window that hunters have grown to love.


  • Comes with carrying bag
  • Hub to Hub: 77”
  • Height: 70”
  • Floor Space: 60” X 60”
  • Weight: 27 lbs. with bag
  • Zipperless DOUBLE WIDE DOOR for silent entry and exit
  • 180-degree Full Front View with Silent Slide window closures
  • Legendary Double Bull Materials and Construction
  • New TRUTH camo specifically designed to hide ground blinds in any terrain
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

BRAND - Primos

Ratings & Reviews

6 reviews



just got this blind very well built I will take a double bull blind any day.

Excellent quality & features other than no brush in straps!


I just purchased the Double Bull Deluxe after a lot of research & buying 2 other brands of blinds that I returned after setting them up and comparing to the Primos. The material looks to be very durable, has an excellent wide & quiet zipperless door, & limited lifetime warranty. I don't understand why Primos would build such a high quality, feature loaded blind and not include 'brush in' straps. I rate it a 4 out of 5 due to it doesn't come with 'brush in' straps. Come on Primos - Add them to all your blinds!

good blind


easy set up. blends well. roomy. durable. well constructed, but very leaky when raining.

Great blind

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Great blind. Constructed well with heavy material and has an excellent door system. The best blind I've used.

Not as good

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I took it out of the box to “air out,” since it was brand new, before setting it out in the woods. Overall, it pops open slightly better than the older double bull. All the sides don’t open all the way and square out but not a big deal. It started to rain, so I got in it to see what it looks like in the inside. Unfortunately, all the top seams were leaking to some degree. Where it was leaking, the seams are flat and not doubled up like the other areas. I do wish they would quit putting the triangular-shaped opening in the roof. It opens by zipper, so of course it’s going to leak. I would advise getting a camouflage tarp for the top, so you really can stay dry inside. Also, all the wind area must be zipped up or almost closed up, or it leaks down the wall.



John, please spray your blind at all the seams with a waterproof or "camp dry" type product. Set it up in your yard and do in a couple times letting it dry in between coatings! I had same problem but fixed it!