lone wolf stand quiver

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  1. Jake/PA

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    Could you post a picture of the loop set up on your harness? Or is there a video on youtube?
     
  2. Heckler

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    This guy uses the loop method like I do. My loops are a little more ornate but you will get the idea.

     
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    Love the loop method. The more I use the Lone Wolf the more I love it. I was a skeptic before I dropped the money, but it's honestly one of the best purchases I've made for hunting.

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    That's because you're a smart man!
     
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    Yeah. My legs will start to go with the LW single steps, that's why I sold mine and got the Leverage sticks with left & right steps per space. All my weight in one leg while I hang the stand was always a killer.


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  6. Heckler

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    I beat myself up more trying to hold on to the stand and get the straps set at the same time. I liked the EZ hang hook as this made it easy. I liked the offset bracket even more. Bumber you can't use both at the same time.... I solved this issue. I have a stiff loop at the top of all my seat posts. Allows me to throw the EZ hanger on the tree real fast and hang the stand from the loop. Once I am done setting the stand I simply remove the strap / ez hang hook. No more trying to do a 3 hand job with two hands!
     
  7. Matt

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    I remember you posting this before, it's definitely something I'm going to try too.
     
  8. Robm1093

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    looks good but I would throw a strong strap across it because I hang my pack on the sticks. If this eliminates the fumbling around at the bottom of the tree on the way out its a pulse.
     
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    Advertisement says you can carry 6 sticks, how does that work? Personally, not quite sold yet, straping them flat seem to work pretty well. Looking to see a review.... make have to make on.
     
  11. Heckler

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    You stack them.

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    I can't say if it is a must have until I get some time in the field with it. My initial thoughts are that its great but there is room for some refinements.
     
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    Ok, I got the stick quiver and like it a lot so far, I did not have a lot of time to play around with it but it seems quiet and fast. I am happy with it...
     
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    Im definitely getting them for my stands this fall
     
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    I have the quiver. The stand and sticks definitely feel lighter when carrying them this way. I cinch down the straps around the sticks and just tidy up the ends into a knot. I'll be trying what Heckler mentioned with the loop for the EZ hand strap so that I don't have to replace my offset bracket!
     
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    I hunted today on Long Island and I got to use the Stick quiver for the first time. I can tell you It is faster and quieter, no hassle to unpack or pack up my sticks. Get it you wont be sore!
     

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