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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 09-25-2009, 12:09 PM Thread Starter
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Someone on this site mentioned they couldnt find any treestands MADE IN AMERICA. Family Tradition Treestands supposedly made in Michigan.
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Re: Tree Stands

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made in america is hard to find. i was in a woolrich with my wife a couple wkends ago. while she shopped i looked at a shirt like one i had in the past. i looked at size and was in shock, it was made in china. i left and waited outside. i had a cousin who worked for woolrich she sewed pockets on shirts. Its hard to find anything made here no wonder were in the fix were in...later
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Re: Tree Stands

Im not sure but I believe timbertall stands are 100% made in america down south..one of if not the lightest stands on the market..for a climber that is..
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Both Lone Wolf & Summit last i heard were USA mfg.

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i think timbertall is made in PA.
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Not sure bout that one... be great if yes!!

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i think timbertall is made in PA.
Im not sure but I have seen them at some shows in the area if any of you guys are looking into buying a stand I highly recommend you do a websearch on them they are by far the lightest climber I have ever carried through the woods..
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Found their web link: http://www.timbertalloutdoors.com/

Looks like a quality stand!

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post #10 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-06-2009, 01:31 AM
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Re: Tree Stands

I love my timbertall! My dad uses a Lone Wolf and it's nice but he usually asks me if we can switch stands since it's a little lighter to carry. I will say that the Lone Wolf is much easier to hang on the tree in the dark.
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