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    I don't use a tree stand that doesn't have a ladder in front of it and a roll bar in front of where I'm sitting....it would take a concerted effort to fall out of it. HaHa...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    I don't use a tree stand that doesn't have a ladder in front of it and a roll bar in front of where I'm sitting....it would take a concerted effort to fall out of it. HaHa...
    that's everyone's personal choice to make, hopefully people reading this will make the smart choice, not the convenient choice.

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    Hunter Safety systems harness are the most popular and easiest to use. Combined with a lifeline rope with a prussic knot and a suspension relief strap in your pocket - and please know how to use all of these!- your risk of serious injury or death will be greatly reduced (Not eliminated!). Another gadgets for avoiding suspension trauma is called the Primal Descender - it lets you down gradually. Costs about $120 - well worth insurance for your life! : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGtj1XFLYGM

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    I'm a fan of the HSS vest style harnesses. I tried a Muddy but the hardness of the material on that particular model i'd purchased made sound when i rubbed against it and that drove me nuts. Currently using an HSS Hybrid and i'm happy with it. Has tons of pockets. I hang & hunt every sit, so i rely on a good harness and linesman rope as i'm hanging my sticks and stand.
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    Find an old car and cut the seat belts out of it and attach the both pieces like the seatbelt in the car. Works perfect.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosesniper View Post
    Find an old car and cut the seat belts out of it and attach the both pieces like the seatbelt in the car. Works perfect.


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    No disrespect, BUT: I do not think this is a good advise at all! Somebody may end-up get seriously hurt by trying to do what you said
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    Quote Originally Posted by G.S. View Post
    No disrespect, BUT: I do not think this is a good advise at all! Somebody may end-up get seriously hurt by trying to do what you said
    Agreed. I'll never understand why guys cheap out on this kinda stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    I don't use a tree stand that doesn't have a ladder in front of it and a roll bar in front of where I'm sitting....it would take a concerted effort to fall out of it. HaHa...
    Unfortunately many folks have felt that way and are no longer with us or get around in a wheel chair. Do your family a favor Mike and get a hunter safety vest
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    Quote Originally Posted by LowbanksArcher View Post
    Agreed. I'll never understand why guys cheap out on this kinda stuff
    Agree 100%
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    Quote Originally Posted by LowbanksArcher View Post
    Agreed. I'll never understand why guys cheap out on this kinda stuff
    Im all for DIY and being as cheap as possible in my hobbies but safety is completely different. Like guys who fish the big lakes and spend $1000 on tackle but dont own a 2 way radio which is a fraction of the price.

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