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  1. I totally agree. The BBB is IMO 100% consumer...

    I totally agree. The BBB is IMO 100% consumer "biased." However, based on firsthand experience (several years back): I'm not surprised at the negative rating with b/t.
    On a related note: As a...
  2. Sorry for the confusion. All I did was take some...

    Sorry for the confusion. All I did was take some load bearing rope and tie a loop knot in the middle (to place on the main carabiner you hang from.)
    Then on each end of the rope (you have to...
  3. I think I'm going to give your method a shot...

    I think I'm going to give your method a shot (climbing) when I use the web. Since the pack adds weight. (Not really practical for the saddle though IMO.) ~ I've seen it done and even tried it...
  4. Poll: I don't see the big deal either way. Yes,...

    I don't see the big deal either way.
    Yes, they're beneficial primarily for watching where the deer runs after the shot (first/last legal light) to aid in picking up a blood trail when you don't get...
  5. Yep, the back (and being able to rest your legs...

    Yep, the back (and being able to rest your legs occasionally) is a big attribute.
    I've had a tough time this fall. I've taken deer (burned my doe tag), but.....
    But I've been struggling with shot...
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    Thoughts & prayers from NH.

    Thoughts & prayers from NH.
  7. Awesome! I've spent most of my time with the...

    Awesome! I've spent most of my time with the saddle. It's just so much lighter when I go exploring. I am going to begin using the web during longer sits.
    PS: Looks like you placed the "perfect...
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    This might be a touch "off topic", but the other...

    This might be a touch "off topic", but the other day we were watching The Sportsman Channel (on Dish.) There was a tree stand ad promoting a national brand. I won't mention the brand. Anyways, it...
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    I'm sure it's not for everyone. I don't like...

    I'm sure it's not for everyone. I don't like climbing any other way now. My buddy (who was very apprehensive) and began climbing this way (also for portability) has now come full circle (after only...
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    Tough call. You never know what to expect on a...

    Tough call. You never know what to expect on a questionable hit. I'd be back there looking at first light, (right now if I was worried about coyotes in the area) with a lantern. ~ Years back I...
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    Only time I won't do it is in warm weather. ...

    Only time I won't do it is in warm weather. Aside from that, I never have experienced adverse results. ("Ripping one" in the stand is another story though. They'll pick that up downwind and let...
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    Not much of a chance that he didn't find the...

    Not much of a chance that he didn't find the deer. Not with an arrow looking like that!
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    One word: "COOL!"

    One word: "COOL!"
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    ^^This. (I use corn oil.)

    ^^This. (I use corn oil.)
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    Welcome. (Sounds like you're off to a good...

    Welcome. (Sounds like you're off to a good start!)
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    Liver is usually dark blood. If you hit a major...

    Liver is usually dark blood. If you hit a major blood line (which it sounds like), you'll get that deer. (What happened after the 20-30 yards of blood, did all blood signs disappear? Hopefully you...
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    Just an FYI here regarding these two Scott...

    Just an FYI here regarding these two Scott releases: The Silverhorn gives you a softer trigger pull than the Rhino XT. (For this reason, I prefer the Silverhorn.)
    I'v never had a single issue with...
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    Scott Silverhorn. ~ Unless something far better...

    Scott Silverhorn. ~ Unless something far better hits the market, I doubt I'll ever change. Rugged, adjustable, dependable, quick loading and "trigger forward" for maximum draw. Tough to beat.
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    Hunting.... How is your form? A little bend in...

    Hunting.... How is your form? A little bend in the elbow addresses this. (If your draw length isn't too long.)
  20. Awesome. ~ Great success story!

    Awesome. ~ Great success story!
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    Congrats. I'm surprised the antlers are already...

    Congrats. I'm surprised the antlers are already clean down to the bone. (no velvet left)
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    Only makes sense that deer are going to leave the...

    Only makes sense that deer are going to leave the area with bears. They are a natural predator. I've had black bear come running in "full steam" (looking for a meal) after using fawn bleats years...
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    Great story. Would have loved to have been there...

    Great story. Would have loved to have been there to see that maneuver!



    ^^ Exactly why "drop-away" rests don't excite me.
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    They (Muddy) has used different diameter ropes in...

    They (Muddy) has used different diameter ropes in the past. The first sets I bough years ago when they first came out had thicker rope. I actually preferred the thicker rope. (It sat tighter in...
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    That is the most absurd post on this thread. ...

    That is the most absurd post on this thread. Shoot whatever you like. It's a free country (still) and there are plenty of options.
  26. Ameristep made polymer climbing pegs you could...

    Ameristep made polymer climbing pegs you could put on a ratchet strap. They were discontinued due to a bad batch (so the story goes) which were cracking. Some folks are modifying the Cranford metal...
  27. With a touch of fabrication, I think that is...

    With a touch of fabrication, I think that is something that could easily be done, even to existing setups which have had the rivets drilled..... I envision a slider (aluminum fork in a polymer...
  28. I heard that straight from the source a few years...

    I heard that straight from the source a few years ago myself. (a lightweight version actually) Hasn't happened yet though.....
    Just curious, but did you add a spacer between the fork and seat? I...
  29. I could imagine a lighter and much more stealthy...

    I could imagine a lighter and much more stealthy web with just a few mods..... It's a good concept (especially because of the fork), but I think that Guido's would be wise to create a "gen 2"...
  30. Coming from a saddle (which I still prefer except...

    Coming from a saddle (which I still prefer except for comfort), I'm very frustrated with all the webbing (and setup/take-down time) on the Guido's Web.... I'm doing some experimenting in an attempt...
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