Good deal on hang on stand

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  1. dmen

    dmen Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Decent stand for the money, worth picking a few up at that price.
     
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    Scott/IL Die Hard Bowhunter

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    How comfortable is it? I swore to myself all my new left out for the year stands would be Millennium but that's a good deal.

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    selfbros Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I have another model but I'm sure it's the same in comfortably; moreover, it's very comfortable. I haven't sat all day in it yet but I don't see how it will be an issue. It's the most comfortable stand I've ever owned.
     
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    How are the seats on them these days?

    I bought one a few years back because the seat on my Lone Wolf was not very comfortable after a couple of hours.
    When I got the muddy in I put it together and hung it on a tree in my back yard to try it out. I sat in it and immediately the seat cushion compressed down to nothing.
    I took it back apart and sent it right back and bought the comfort seat from LW. Which is great.


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    selfbros Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I have the "Muddy Vantage". It 2 years old and I haven't had any complaints except for the back straps. Mine broke while carrying it out last year. I haven't attempted to contact customer service yet. How ever the seat is amazingly comfortable
     
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    I picked up a climber (my first one) Friday and all I can say is THANK GOD I had an HSS lifeline to help pump the brakes. I'm sure I did something wrong and it's all my fault but my nerves can't take the learning curve.

    I switched it out on Saturday with a Field & Stream Timberline hang on I picked up at ****'s for $69.98 and I'm thoroughly pleased with it. Huge platform. It does weigh 15# but I'm ok with that. Sticks were 20' and $49.99. Sticks are a tad heavy but where I'm setting up I get in about an hour before magic time and take the ATV to the tree, set up and drive the atv away a bit and climb up. So weight wasn't that huge of an issue for me.

    I hung the stand at 2:37PM yesterday and at 4:08 5 doe came out. Had 2 at 28yds but they kept facing me straight ahead and I wasn't gonna shoot one in the face.

    Been hunting ladder stands exclusively for the last 6 years. Hang ons are so much roomier and more comfortable!
     
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    martin sabre1967 Weekend Warrior

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    just ordered one and should be here wednesday....reviews were good
     

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