Diamond Buck Camo, a local Michigan company, is doing their best to ensure that Handicapped and Disabled Individuals can continue to enjoy the activities they love. Owner Paul Jankens has recently unvieled a new hunting blind that allows those confined to wheelchairs or with limited moblility to enjoy nature and the sport of hunting. Sturdy ramps allow for ease of entry into these unique structures, removing the obstical of having to "step up" into the structure that so many other blinds require.
A whisper silent built-in turntable on the blind floor allows for the user to rotate a full 360 degrees within the blind while seated or in a wheelchair. Custom hand grips inside the blind allow the user to position themselves however they wish in order to take advantage of the blinds many viewing and hunting windows. Testers raved about the modifications and the turntable's silent movement, ensuring that wildlife would not be effected by their movements.
The entire Diamond Buck family is excited with their success in turning what started as a great idea into a reality. The ability for everyone to enjoy the out-of-doors, as a returning enthusist or for the first time, is something they are very proud to be a part of.