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    millennium treestand question.

    For those of you who have a millennium stand, does the platform get slippery? I recently bought one (I am very impressed) it just looks like it may be a bit slippery. If it is I would just soon get some grip tape on it now rather than learn the hard way.
    2011 Bowtech Assassin black-ops 30/73 lbs
    6" stokerized hunter black and red
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    I put grip tape on all of mine, but did not have a problem before I did.

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    okay thanks a lot, I may go ahead and just put it on as well.
    2011 Bowtech Assassin black-ops 30/73 lbs
    6" stokerized hunter black and red
    Limbdriver arrow rest

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    Ttt
    2011 Bowtech Assassin black-ops 30/73 lbs
    6" stokerized hunter black and red
    Limbdriver arrow rest

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    If it gets wet and freezes on platfrom it can get slippery. Grip tape should prevent it but I havnt tried it yet.



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    The ridges on the top of the platform help a lot, but frost can make any platform slippery... Always make sure you are tethered when you attempt to move from the ladder to the platform...
    "There is a beast that taunts me. And I shall have his head!"

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    im attached from the moment I leave the ground. I use a lifeline. Thanks everyone for your input.
    2011 Bowtech Assassin black-ops 30/73 lbs
    6" stokerized hunter black and red
    Limbdriver arrow rest

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