Type: Posts; User: jhicks54
Why 8mm over 7mm? I've used this with excellent results:
If you're set on 8mm, then my suggestion is to go to REI and see...
Works just fine, and plenty strong enough.
Unless you're buying enough bulk rope to make several lifelines, it's cheaper to buy the HSS lifelines from Amazon. You can expect to pay about $140 for 60m/200ft of rope, $15 for 30 ft cord, $10 for...
Eders is a legit and great company. Shipping is very fast.
That's nearly identical to my setup, and I've had great results with the Rage Extreme.
Everything is sold!
I have the following:
Box of 4 brand new sticks- $165 tyd
Alphatech stick quiver- $40 tyd
Hunt Comfort Lone Wolf seat- $55 tyd
$250 tyd for all 3
Stand is on hold pending payment.
-box of 4 sticks
-hunt comfort seat
My message box has been flooded with interest, but no firm deals yet. Won't last long!
Yes, those straps can achieve the same result as the Lone Wolf or Third Hand stabilizer straps. (I've used both)
I've sent out prices for separate pieces to several parties. I'll send payment info to the first to say, 'I'll take it'. (CamoRoss, clean your box and get back to me, or send me your cell number for...
CamoRoss, tried to return your PM, but your message box is full.
Got a buddy looking for a size large (possibly medium) Guido's web. PM me if you have one.
Lots of interest in separating, so I'll consider it. PM is best. However, please note from the ad and pictures that these are in BRAND NEW condition, and made in the USA. I'm not going to match the...
Here's everything packed together:
Boxes they came in:
Usually from standing too quickly.
I have the following in new condition (still have the boxes, never hunted with them):
Lone Wolf Assault hang-on
4 Lone Wolf 32" sticks
Lone Wolf stick quiver
Hunt Comfort seat
Summit bow holder is sold. Only thing left is the Third Hand bow holder.
Notice in the above pictures, the position of the legs. In the first picture, the back legs are quartering to, but the front legs are quartering away. You have full and easy access to the vital area....
There are some who will disagree. But for a new hunter, here's my simple advice....
This is exactly right, but I think it's difficult for a new hunter to gauge in inches when they're drawing on their first few animals. I like to look at the position of the legs, and then pick an...
If I could only give one piece of advice to a new hunter, it's this:
Wait until the offside leg is behind the front side leg. Then aim just behind the front shoulder and through the offside leg.