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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 11-15-2009, 08:23 PM Thread Starter
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Comfortable Hang on Stand

Hey guys i am just wanting some opinions on hang on stands. I have Ameristep and Big Dog hang ons. I set in my Big Dogs out in Ohio this year all day and I am paying for it now. The back is killing me. What do you guys use for those all day sits in the hang on dept.? I seen on other forums that Milleniums are nice, but so are the prices. for one hang on i can get a great ladder stand.

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I like my API's but I'm moving more towards leaners now. With the back rest and I feel safer in them......

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Re: Comfortable Hang on Stand

I use the "air" seats on my hang on stands. They are the ones that self inflate.They move with you and are very comfortable. My other option is I use my Summit stand as a hang on and use climbing sticks to get there. The summit stand sits nice with or without the extra padding.
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I bought a Summit eagle RS this year and it's extremely comfortable.
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Re: Comfortable Hang on Stand

One of the most comfortable lock-on's I've ever sat in and pretty easy to set up. A little pricey but....

http://millenniumstands.com/

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Re: Comfortable Hang on Stand

check out Dicks if you got one near ya. They have these hang ons on sale right now for 34.99. I bought one when they were 39.99 on sale a couple months ago. Most comfortable seat I have out of about 12 hang ons I have.

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One of the most comfortable lock-on's I've ever sat in and pretty easy to set up. A little pricey but....

http://millenniumstands.com/
I couldn't agree with you more...I bought 2 of these last year at the Sportsman Show and used them for the first time this year. I sat out all day 4 times this year. Easy to put up and even easier to take down. And you won't find a more comfortable all day stand.
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Re: Comfortable Hang on Stand

I bought two hang-ons at Dicks. They are the 79.99 ones and then use climbing sticks to access them. They have a sling seat, side rails and shooting rail up front. Including the climbing sticks you have about a hundred bucks in each stand. Waiting for them to go on sale again, bought one for 69.99, I'll be buying two more for next year. Comfortable to sit in all day and have a very large foot platform.
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