Gorilla Gear Debuts Next Generation of Ground Blinds

FLUSHING, MI - Gorilla Gear, a new line of hunting blinds and accessories designed to provide an undeniable advantage in the field, introduces the Quick Strike Series of ground blinds. The new lightweight blinds feature a fiberglass frame design that is easier to set-up and take-down compared to traditional spring steel designs.

"We want hunters to spend more time hunting and less time 'practicing' how to set up and take down their blinds," said Gorilla Gear Director of Marketing Stephen Graham. "The Quick Strike Series is designed for effortless set-up, and take down. Taking down the blind is a simple 3-step process that takes less than 15 seconds and requires literally no practice!"

Designed with the hunter in mind, the Quick Strike series features an advanced fiberglass rod frame design that delivers increased interior space and offers more room than traditional pop-up blinds at significantly less weight. In addition the 8-sided blinds feature whisper quiet fabric, ShadowBlocker lined interiors, and a convenient backpack carrying bag. The result? Greater portability, enhanced comfort, more freedom, less worries - a great day in the field.

The blind is available in two models - the Quick Strike Pro (QS Pro), and the Quick Strike (QS). Both models come in Mossy Oak Break-Up.

The QS Pro Features:

74" x 74" base

62" height

A maximum width of 90" x 90"

A shooting diameter of over 6'

7 windows

"whisper quiet" fabric

Shadow Blocker lined interior

3-D LeafCover

Ultralight - 9.9-pound design

Mossy Oak Break-Up

The QS Features:

74" x 74" base

62" height

A maximum width of 90" x 90"

A shooting diameter of over 6'

3 windows

"whisper quiet" fabric

Ultralight - 6-pound design

Mossy Oak Break-Up

For more information about Gorilla Gear contact customer service at (810) 733-6360 or visit www.gorillablinds.com

Gorilla produces official licensed products of Mossy Oak/ Haas Outdoors Inc. Haas Outdoors Inc. is headquartered in West Point, Miss., was established in 1986 and is home of Mossy Oak  (www.mossyoak.com). Mossy Oak specializes in developing and marketing modern camouflage designs for hunters and outdoorsmen. Mossy Oak patterns can be found on a multitude of products worldwide. Haas Outdoors Inc. is the outdoor industry leader in modern camouflage design, international licensing and marketing. Haas Outdoors Inc. markets its services and products under widely recognized brands including: Mossy Oak, BioLogic, Mossy Oak Productions, Mossy Oak Interactive, LLC, Nativ Nurseries and Mossy Oak Properties.


Jeff Bergmann (763) 232-5452 or


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