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    Big Game The Sky-Rise Ladder Stand

    The Big Game The Sky-Rise Treestand holds a weight rating of 500 lbs-perfect for you and a partner! Included are two TMA-Certified full body harnesses.
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    Product Description

    This steel, two-person 20 foot Big Game The Sky-Rise Ladder Stand is ideal for an all-day hunt with its comfort, stability and spacious design. The Rock Solid stability of the Big Game the Sky-Rise Ladder Stand is reinforced with four double rail sleeved ladder sections, a support bar, one ratchet strap and two stabilizer straps. The Sky-Rise has a 38 inch Wide x 12 inch Deep foot platform and a 38 inch Wide x 17 inch Deep Flex-Tek Zero- Gravity seat design; both of which are sure to provide all day comfort during the hunt. Also featured is the inclusion of a padded shooting rail, which provides a steady shot for gun hunting as well as holds the ability to flip up and out of the way for a clear shooting lane for bow hunting. Weighing in at 81 lbs, The Sky-Rise Ladder Stand holds a weight rating of 500 lbs-perfect for you and a partner! Included are two TMA-Certified full body harnesses.

    Big Game The Sky-Rise Ladder Stand Features:

    • 20 foot to shooting rail
    • Flex-Tek seat design
    • Padded shooting rail

    Big Game The Sky-Rise Ladder Stand Specifications:
    • Construction: Steel
    • Foot Platform: 38 inches wide x 12 inches deep
    • Seat Size: 38 inches wide x 17 inches deep
    • Seat Style: Flex-Tek
    • Seat Height: 20 inches
    • Shooting Rail: Padded, flips back removable and adjustable
    • Backrest: 38 inches wide x 18 inches tall
    • Fasteners: 1 1 inch Ratchet Strap; 2 1 inch Stabilizer Straps
    • Support Bar: Adjustable
    • Ladder Sections: 4 Double Rail Sections
    • Safety Harness: Two 4-pt full body harnesses
    • Stand Weight: 81 lbs
    • Weight Rating: 500 lbs
    • Minimum Tree Size: 9 inch diameter

    Specifications and additional product information
    Treestand Safety Tips:
    • Use a treestand tested to TMA standards.
    • Read and understand all instructions and warnings.
    • Practice and familiarize yourself with the treestand at ground level before risking a higher position.
    • Always use an appropriate full body harness and climbing belt that meet TMA standards when climbing, descending, sitting or standing.
    • Keep the length of the fall-restraint tether short in case of a fall.
    • Never climb with a weapon or equipment in your possession. Always use a pull up rope to raise or lower your unloaded weapon and equipment.
    • Inspect equipment thoroughly before each use to ensure that all parts are working properly. Use only manufacturer approved replacement parts.
    • Never modify or remove ports from your treestand or safety device.
    • Select only suitable trees. Avoid dead trees or those with loose bark.
    • Use extra caution if high wind, lightning ice, snow, wet, dark or low light conditions exist.
    • Never sleep in a treestand or use a treestand if you are drowsy.
    • Never use a treestand under the influence of medications, alcohol, drugs or if you have a medical or physical condition that would impair your ability for safe use.
    • Do not lend equipment to others unless they have read and understand all warnings and usage instructions.
    • Tell a reliable person where you will be and when you will return.
    • In case of a fall, carry survival gear including a whistle.
    • As a precautionary measure remove logs, rocks, equipment and other obstructions from below the tree you are hunting in.
    • Never leave your treestand, steps or other equipment outdoors year-round.
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