Type: Posts; User: jhicks54
I know it's a long shot, but I have a Lone Wolf hand climber top that I would like to trade for a Summit Open Shot top. Anyone?
Deal with first guy has apparently fallen through, and I forgot who was next in line. PM me.
PM's answered. Sorry I wasn't able to meet yesterday, but my kid had a doctor appointment.
I have a brand new 2014 Summit Cobra SD climbing treestand for sale. This is exactly like the Viper but without the front bar. Local sale only. $200.
From top to bottom:
Lone Wolf seat
2 Extra brackets
Complete Lone Wolf tree seat
I also have all hardware for the brackets
I have some tree seat parts that I had planned to use to make some platforms. However, I'm just too busy to get this done. Here is what I have:
Complete Lone wolf tree seat
Extra lone Wolf seat...
I have a barely used Summit Specialist for sale locally in northern Virginia (Alexandria). Includes a Hazmore seat and the original mesh sling seat from Summit. Local sale only and the price is $200...
Climb paws for sale. 12 regular paws and 2 top paws. $125 tyd.
Found it and posted below for others. Thanks!
Wow, that's awesome! I've never tried a sleeping bag suit because of seemingly not being able to use it with a saddle. But, I also use a removeable bridge, so I might try this. Will you please post a...
I found a good way to carry these, so I'm going to hold onto them for further testing.
My rule for a ladder stand is this: always make sure it is straight/level and strapped to the tree before climbing. Here's my step by step method:
-Lean leader against tree.
-Make sure it's...
PM's replied. I prefer to keep the thread free of "reviews", if you guys don't mind. There are other forums/threads dedicated for that purpose.
They work exactly as advertised. It just depends on your style. As a platform, each step should be installed individually (as opposed to several on a ratchet strap).
I have 12 climb paws and 2 top paws for sale. Excellent condition. $135 tyd.
You encouraged us to give feedback under the guise of "research and development for improvement" (quoted above), and now admit that you really have no intention of improving/changing your product....