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    msigman is offline Senior Member Semi-Hardcore
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    tree stand that holds more than 300 lbs?????

    im an old fat hunter that after you add all my gear it could be over 300 pounds, do they make single person stands that hold over 300 pounds???

    Thanks for your help in advance.

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    Most of my stands are 300 or lower and idk about a 300+ single person stand. Maybe a double ladder stand which that wouldnt be to bad of an idea. Plenty of room for you and your gear. Have you did some research and see if you could find anything out? I think there was a thread on this subject on here not to long ago if im not mistaken.
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    Lone Wolf hang ons are rated to 350#s.

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    Go with a 2 man

    I'm not 300# but using a 2 man and find it is great for comfort, space and most importantly allows me to shoot 360 if needed. Downside is lack of mobility, but as an old fart, I'm getting used to that.

    Good Luck!

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    Summit makes climbers that are 300 and 350# rated. Not sure if you'll want to climb but there are options.



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    smctitan is offline Senior Member Die Hard Bowhunter
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fitz View Post
    Lone Wolf hang ons are rated to 350#s.
    Yep. One of the reasons I bought mine.

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    Just grabbed my Lone Wolf from the sale at Cabelas and its rated for 350 lbs.
    if i had land i called my own or had access to all the time i would put up a two man stand for its 500 lb capacity and extra room.

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    i use a LW and im rt at 300# with out my gear

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