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post #1 of 33 (permalink) Old 10-15-2015, 07:49 PM Thread Starter
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Need new tree stand

Looking for a new treestand self climbing. Anyone with any advice . Not a cheap one but don't want to break the bank either.
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Re: Need new tree stand

Can't go wrong with a summit, I have 3 and as far as I'm concerned they are the most comfortable stands going
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I have a summit and it is quite comfortable and easy to climb with. That being said, I had to send a summit back on e because it bent
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I vote for the summit viper SD. I love it. Make sure you get the stabilizer straps from Thirdhand. They literally change everything about climbers and make them much safer.

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Love my Summit!

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I vote for the summit viper SD. I love it. Make sure you get the stabilizer straps from Thirdhand. They literally change everything about climbers and make them much safer.
Agree 100%, especially about the stabilizer straps from Thirdhand Archery.
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That xop is a awesome stand, its cast aluminum, very quiet, folds flat pretty much a lone wolf just cheaper
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Summit viper sd they have a new model its the mini or a summit open shot I use the open shot sd been using it 3 seasons know I love it. Weighs about 15lb and the viper weighs about 18lb we weighed them on a scale. I love the viper sd also my dad and brother have it sometimes I steal it. the open shot is slightly smaller than the viper and has a solid seat and no railing. I love my summits I've owned plent of climbers from a tree lounge to gorilla and others if I'd buy another I'd go summit because they are easy to backpack and super light.

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Re: Need new tree stand

Rem1187, I have a lone wolf alpha hand climber for sale. Its way back in the for sale forum but if interested just pm me
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