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snake284 wrote: »
For my point of view, cpj is a lot like me
HAWKEN wrote: »
I have and have used three, two I made and a Baker. With the two I made, you sit behind the tree, facing it. I like that concept because it helps with concealment and it allows you to steady your aim by leaning against the tree. The Baker is light weight and comfortable. You sit with your back against the tree and has a bar in front, to lean over or against to steady your aim.........RobinPS: If you get a climber. tie the two pieces, seat and foot perch, together, that way the foot perch can't start back down the tree without you. Don't ask how I know about this.......rlc
Jayhawker wrote: »
My cousin uses them...I'm too old....
Fisheadgib wrote: »
If you want to go with a cadillac, Summit is about top of the line. I've got two Summit vipers and love them and most of my friends that hunt climbers swear by Summit also. They are very stable and well built, and comfortable. I like to drop the seat really low on mine and it's comfortable enough to fall asleep and not worry about falling out of it. I've used API and they are ok and for a little less money than Summit. I would avoid the cheap chinese knock offs that you can but at CTD or Sportsmans Guide and I would look for aluminum rather than steel. A couple of pounds makes a big difference when you're toting it for a while.
cpj wrote: »
My API, with the bar in front.....you ain't shooting a bow from it seated. It's not low like the Summit.
cpj wrote: »
One good thing about the front rail, if you happen to nod off it will stop you before your harness does. :tooth:
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