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  1. mike95

    mike95 Newb

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    What tree stand and step do you all use ?

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    tommy2shot BHOD Crew

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    I use Lone wolf Alfa hang on or the assalt
     
  3. mike95

    mike95 Newb

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    Thanks a lot what about the climbing sticks ?


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    bloodcrick Moderator/BHOD Prostaff

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    Lone wolf stand sticks also!
     
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    tynimiller Legendary Woodsman

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    LW is a sponsor so they utilize it but no doubt some of them have some fixed ones hung that are not of LW variety, but LW across the board most likely.
     
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    bowhunter42 BHOD Crew

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    Dubbya Moderator

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    I have to pull ours down every year, over the years I've gotten rid of pretty much everything except the LW. If I'm going to hang them every year, I prefer the light weight and the overall quietness of the LW's. Also not very many companies will let you send in your stand and replace all the bushings and bolts on your stand.
     
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    Mkwa Hunter Weekend Warrior

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    Lone Wolf Hang On Assault with LW sticks. Watermarked Photo (2015-09-27-0747).jpg
     
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    stillmanchad Weekend Warrior

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    Lone wolf Assault and Alpha, with the sticks. I still enjoy a nice ladder stand from time to time, they're just to noisy though.

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    santiago0072002 Weekend Warrior

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    Lone wolf with some mods just to make it faster: up the tree and set up fast. [​IMG][​IMG]


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    where did you get the molly gear from?????
     
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    santiago0072002 Weekend Warrior

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    I Had an extra ruck sack, I took all the metal buckles off from the Molle and substituted them with 550 cord. It is super quiet without the metal parts, although I know if you google the ruck straps, or Molle straps you should be able to get them cheap. Or you can always go to an army surplus store and get them there.


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    I still have a few non-Lone Wolf stands floating around the various properties I hunt - some are mine, others are guys I hunt with. Every time I hunt out of one of them or have to hang, move or take one down I'm reminded why I love Lone Wolf so much. They're simply better in every way - lighter, quieter, more comfortable, larger (most of the time), more versatile, etc.

    The only real exception I've found is the comfort out of some of the ladder stands out there. Although they're huge, heavy, a pain to put up and down, and not mobile friendly at all they can be pretty damn comfortable to sit in.
     
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    I agree that lone wolf stands are one of the best for the mobile hunter hell I owe 2 but I did purchase a millennium M7 recently. I made some changes to the M7. The ratchet strap is gone and I went to similar strap system as the LW. I also added a versa button and strap to the bottom for stability. So far the only cons are the hollow aluminum tubing and the lack of adjustability while on the tree. Overall the LW is superior but the M7 is a great option. I did get my M7 for $130.00, now they’re going for $175-$200.


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    rustednuts Weekend Warrior

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    Spray foam into the tubing, it quiets down the noise
     
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    Thank you, I've thought of using spray foam but never pulled the trigger. Any particular brand and type? Open cell vs. close cell foam?
     
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    rustednuts Weekend Warrior

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    I've always used great stuff, there might be better options out there. I'm not sure
     

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