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climbing treestands - any reccomendations

I am thinking about getting a climbing tree stand. Anyone use them? Any suggestions?

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Location: Oklahoma City, OK
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climbing treestands - any reccomendations

Do you have any preferance in brand and style?

I have a Glator climber made by Rivers Edge. I chose it because I'm not a fan of cables and this one has a solid sleel bar. Its just me when it comes to cables. Hear nothing but good things about them.

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Location: se michigan
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climbing treestands - any reccomendations

ive got a summit viper.it is very comfortable,light,and quiet.like any climber practice climbing and setup before you hit it in the dark. later, mike

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I've been leaning toward a summit.

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Location: sw missouri
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Don't stone me, but i'm a big fan of my Gorilla. Light and easy to pack in and out.

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hesseu wrote:
Don't stone me, but i'm a big fan of my Gorilla. Light and easy to pack in and out.

Now why would we stone you? They seem like good ones.

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hesseu wrote:
Don't stone me, but i'm a big fan of my Gorilla. Light and easy to pack in and out.

What model do you have - saw a wolverine at walmart that is inexpensive.