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Have no plans but if you’re leaning it against a tree it should be straightforward enough. 
Have built a couple over the years, one a two seater in the bowl of an oak overlooking a disused railway banking, and a structural hut built in legs and used by a sheep farmer mate who shoots a lot of foxes. 
Make it up yourself as you go. You can soon knock something impressive up with I-beams, four by twos and timber locks. 
 

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That'll work.  I have also made the same design in metal and incorporated a roof as well.  I found the design much easier and safer to get into than a front access nodel where you have turn around to sit down.  That model, just walk up the steps and sit back.

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I don’t have any plans but I have just finished one for my local keeper. It has a fixed bench seat and the front window drops down to form a bench to shoot from. It’s cladding is from an old shed that was left a farm, the rest of the wood is from large pallets from a transport firm. The shed measures 1.5m x 1.2m and costs around £60 for stain, hinges, screws and nails 

 

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1 hour ago, cervusman said:

I don’t have any plans but I have just finished one for my local keeper. It has a fixed bench seat and the front window drops down to form a bench to shoot from. It’s cladding is from an old shed that was left a farm, the rest of the wood is from large pallets from a transport firm. The shed measures 1.5m x 1.2m and costs around £60 for stain, hinges, screws and nails 

 

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Hello, that look good 👍

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When you fix the rungs of  the ladder you should strengthen them by fixing another piece of wood in between them and the rungs should be on the front of the ladder, not the back as you would only relying on the fixings to stop the rungs breaking off.

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