Taking a stand
- Up a Tree. Mccafferty, Keith // Field & Stream;Sep2002, Vol. 107 Issue 5, p50
Presents several steps toward tree-stand safety. Use of commercially made tree stands; Reminder of not using dead tree; Use of rop in lowering and raising unloaded gun or gear. INSET: THE CRITICAL CLIMB..
- Fixed-Position Perches. Winke, Bill // Outdoor Life;Sep99, Vol. 204 Issue 2, p88
Presents the factors to consider in purchasing fixed-position tree stands for hunting. Mounting system; Mounting flexibility; Construction and weight; Platform size and comfort.
- Deer stands. Bestul, Scott // Field & Stream;Aug2001, Vol. 106 Issue 4, p60
Discusses guidelines in choosing appropriate stands for deer hunting.
- TREE-LOUNGE CLIMBER. // Bow Masters;Oct2003, p106
Avid hunter Dean Durham says that the average hunter using the Tree-Lounge climber, introduced by Tree-Lounge company will be highly benefited. Ten distinct features make this tree stand different. Its features include comfort, safety, ease of use, design, high hunt, a 360-degree field of fire,...
- SHOPPER'S GUIDE. // Southern Sporting Journal;Dec2007, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p77
The article features several products ideal as gifts for outdoors people, including shooter shirt from ChickBait, Tree Apron for carrying hunting accessories and hunting stands from GameTamers.
- Athens manufacturer adjusts to ever changing marketplace. Martin, Tracy // Malakoff News (TX);10/18/2013, Vol. 104 Issue 42, p1
The article reports on the efforts of Athens, Texas-based Dillon Manufacturing to adjust to the changing market, with its production of new deer hunting stands.
- Up a Tree. // Field & Stream;Aug2004, Vol. 109 Issue 4, p96
The article presents information about simple, comfortable and light hunting stands. When one starts to add features that make climbing stands more comfortable and easier to use, one often ends up with a contraption that weighs almost as much as a small deer, but Ameristep has come up with one...
- SCREAMING EAGLE TREE STANDS. // Bow Masters;Feb2004, p68
Screaming Eagle tree stands are stable, strong and quiet. They are made to hold any size bowhunter, but at only 15 pounds, these are not cumbersome stands. Installation is easy and instructions come with every stand. After you have hunted using these tree stands, you would not want any other...
- ADO INDUSTRIES X-STAND. // Bow Masters;Feb2004, p68
The X-Stand is a revolutionary concept in tree-stand design, with the tree-cinching cross-cable feature and arms that flex in as the cable cinches to firmly grip the tree and out to open the cable loop for easy climbing and superior stability. The cable is easily adjusted with built-in spring...