Blind fast | Article about blind fast by The Free Dictionary
A catch for securing a blind or a shutter, in either an open or a closed position.
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He can't get out to the blind fast
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On the second encounter, the buck again came out early and started to work past the blind fast
after taking an hour (yep, talk about an adrenaline rush) to feed within bow range.
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