Arrow Shed, 10' x 8', Camouflage

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Arrow Shed, 10’ x 8’, Camouflage
Price: $379.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Monday, Aug 31 to Tuesday, Sep 01) + transit
Condition: New

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That is one butt ugly shed.

Good thing it’s camouflaged!

"See, the trick is to look for the door handle. Sure, it’s not the easiest thing in the world, but if you wanted easy, you’d be buying a bright pink shed with THE SHED IS RIGHT HERE EVERYBODY written on it in bright orange paint.’

I’ve owned 2 of these sheds, though not camo. All-in-all, they aren’t terrible. However, they hate snow. The roof just isn’t strong enough for WNY winters. If you live in the south, or you are really good about brushing snow off your thing, than you’ll probably enjoy your purchase.

Very decent price…if you care to do a search, it goes for as much as $916.65 at Home Depot!! The lowest I have found elsewhere so far is $470.
Would love to get one…but don’t think I will be storing my albums in one…in AZ…in summer!

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I put one of these in my back yard last year, I haven’t been able to find it since!

Thought it was a graham cracker house.

I don’t see anything in the picture.

How hard would it be to paint this?

How many arrows will it hold?

I put it together. it was a pain in the neck but it’s sturdy… The free flooring doesn’t fit the inside so with a drill I had to make my own modifications. The flooring metal was pretty thin so it was easy to modify now I just need to buy the wood. It looks like it would be relatively easy to paint. it would just take a huge amount of time… but once I actually find where I put it I’m sure it things will move faster :wink:

It looks like it would be relatively easy to paint. it would just take a huge amount of time… but once I actually find where I put it I’m sure it things will move faster :wink:

Very heavy UPS box delivered two weeks ago. Lots of pieces can be over-whelming at first. Where do you start.
Not a one day task for sure.
Key to putting it together is to make sure the ground that is going to rest on is leveled. The ground needs to be leveled. The ground needs to be leveled. You must square the building else none of the pre-drilled holes will line up and you will get very frustrated with the building process.
Did I say ground needs to be leveled yet. You get the point.
Once you have the corner pieces up; Sides go in easy.
Roof is Not easy, lots of holes have to line-up. But they never will so you have to do the best you can, There will be lots of places Holes will be off by 1/16" to 1/32" of inch. Very Very frustrating.
Once you are all Done, it is sturdy and look good.
DON"T EVEN TRY TO DO THIS IS ONE DAY. Take your time and work on it until you get frustrated then leave it and come back next day for next section. Many parts of it will require TWO people, so find a friend that is handy and won’t cut himself on the sharp edges.

Once its done, you can move all the clutter from the garage to the shed, assuming you can find where you build it
Good Luck