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Sniper Treestands The Insider
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Sniper Treestands The Insider is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 2.
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Item No. 265349
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Sniper Treestands The Insider climbing treestand comes with a fastening system and three types of straps: backpack, climbing, and tie-down for a complete package. Folds flat for easy transport. Seat depth adjustable up to 16". Minimum of 9" tree diam. Accessory bag included.
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  • Complete set with three types of straps
  • Folds flat for easy transport
  • Adjustable seat depth
  • Included accessory bag
Construction Steel
Manufacturer Warranty 1 Year Limited
Platform Dimensions 20" W x 27" D
Safety Harness 1
Seat Dimensions 21" W
Tree Diameter 9" min
Type of Stand Climbing
Weight (lbs.) 24.00 lbs
Weight Capacity 300.00 lbs
Unit Weight 26.00 lb
Brand Sniper Treestands
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor and unsafe I bought this two weeks ago and thoroughly reviewed the poor manual . The instructions for setting up the foot platform are a joke.There is no video and the details take lot for granted . Setting up the " cinch straps " that you use to climb are poor and the quality is worse The plastic tabs that are supposed to hold the sides up via the cinch straps gave way half way up the tree so you are basically hanging on for dear life and trying to bring the sides back up.Lastly the " chain " that you wrap around the tree is made of a material that hangs up on the bark as you are trying to pull the top and bottom up .So imagine your going up a tree and you cannot get the chain to free up from the back of the tree while the sides are folding out and you feet are becoming unattached . This thing should be outlawed . I have owned climbers in the past and have no problems . If they were to improve the foot connection and put some round plastic tubing around the chain it may be worth something
Date published: 2019-11-06
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