TREE STAND SAFETY
- The Right Mind. SCHUH, DWIGHT // Bowhunter;Sep2015, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p10
In this article, the author focuses on the importance of having right hunting equipment during hunting along with good presence of mind right mind for the safety of hunters outdoor.
- Deer Stand Safety -- Don't Become a Statistic. // Hunt Club Digest;Winter2003, p99
The article suggests several safety measures to be followed by hunters while hunting, using a stand. One should always check the condition of the steps and wood for rust from nails and any rotting. One should always keep the positions of one's hands and feet in check, making sure you have a good...
- Don't Be Left Hanging. Hanback, Michael // Outdoor Life;Feb/Mar2002, Vol. 209 Issue 1, p42
Considers alternatives to the safety belts used by hunters in the United States. Risk posed by safety belts; Features of a full-body harness; Advantage and drawback of a chest harness. INSETS: RIGGING UP;Wear It Right.
- Hunter Safety System. Robb, Bob // Whitetail Journal;Summer2004, p130
Features several hunting equipment and supplies offered by Hunter Safety System. Body harness; Glow Clips trail markers; Silent System camouflage tape.
- SAFETY FIRST. Melotik, Mark // Bowhunting World;11/15/2008, p72
The article evaluates Pro Series vest for hunters from Hunter Safety System.
- SPARKS OF HOPE. McCafferty, Keith // Field & Stream;Sep2005, Vol. 110 Issue 5, p48
The article presents ways in which hunters can use knife for their safety. They can start a fire by striking the blade of a closed pocketknife against the sharp edge of a rock. The rock must be hard enough to shave tiny slivers of molten steel from the knife. Look for flint, chert, quartzite,...
- LIFE INSURANCE. Bestul, Scott // Field & Stream;Dec2006/Jan2007, Vol. 111 Issue 8, p32
The article evaluates the Life Line, an innovative safety product for hunting, from the company Hunter Safety System.
- What's New. // Bowhunter;Dec2006, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p98
The article presents a collection of hunting products available to hunters.
- Missouri's First Deer Taken With Atlatl. Sutton, Keith // Cabela's Outfitter Journal;Aug2012, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p9
The article offers information on the earliest hunting tools atlatl that is used to kill woolly mammoths, giant sloths and Ice Age megafauna.