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Nukem Hunting to Attend NWTF Convention and Sport Show

Nukem Hunting invites attendees of the 46th annual NWTF Convention and Sport Show to get a first-hand look at the new ‘Grab and Go’ hunting blinds (Booth 931). Attendees will get the chance to test, touch and see the revolutionary new ground blind from Nukem Hunting.

The NWTF Convention and Sport Show will take place February 16-20, 2022, at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee. The event is the largest consumer show in Nashville with more than 400 exhibitors featuring some of the top companies and brands in the outdoor industry.

“The show season is in full swing, and we are really excited about our next stop at the NWTF Show,” said Nukem Hunting Owner Pat Newcomb. “These blinds have generated a lot of buzz and all the hunters we talk to get excited about what these can add to their hunting arsenal. We encourage everyone attending the show to come check us out and get a first-hand look at this exciting style of hunting.”

Nukem Grab and Go hunting blinds are perfect for the run and gun hunter who likes to take the hunt to the animal. The compact construction allows users to move silently through the woods and set up at a moment’s notice. The no-stake, easy folding design eliminates the headache associated with conventional ground blinds and gives hunters the ability to set up virtually anywhere. To see the Nukem Hunting blinds in action please view the following video. To learn more about purchase options, please visit  nukemhunting.com.

About Nukem Hunting

Nukem Hunting was built on a generational love for the outdoors. Owner, Pat Newcomb, grew up hunting and fishing in Western North Carolina with his father and brothers. A lifetime of dedication and experience chasing game all over the world went into developing the revolutionary ‘Grab and Go’ hunting blind. Hunters all over can now utilize the technology the Newcomb family has been having success with for years.

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