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Sportstand Hunting Dog Stand

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Product Description

Sportstand is a self-sufficient hunting dog stand that allows you to hunt where you want, while your dog stays dry and comfortable by your side.
This hunting dog stand is lightweight, easy to carry, quick to set up and requires no boat or tree for support. The Sportstand hunting dog stand has a large platform, made of strong nylon fabric, that measures 23 inches x 26 inches and has small holes for drainage.
This stable hunting dog stand is supported by four sturdy legs, which are constructed of one-inch powder-coated tubular steel. Each pair of telescoping legs is connected with a crossbar for added strength, which keeps the stand stable in muddy conditions.
The legs of the hunting dog stand are easily adjustable, up to 48 inches long, for use in various water levels.


  • Folds to 24 inches x 46 inches x 3 inches
  • Can be comfortably transported as a framed backpack
  • Weighs only 13 pounds
  • The two-inch shoulder straps and cross-chest strap provide for easy carrying
  • Large zippered pouch on the inside of the decoy bag is ideal for carrying smaller items like calls, ammunition, maps, or gloves
  • Made of strong, nylon mesh material and is detachable
  • This hunting dog stand can be ordered alone or with a decoy bag, which allows you to conveniently carry 15 standard-size decoys and other equipment

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    "I unexpectedly needed to find some non toxic waterfowl loads quick, for a .410 shotgun. Mack's was the only one that had Hevi-Shot in .410 with #5 shot. The process of ordering was easy, and it was quickly shipped to my door. I couldn't be more happy with the Mack's, and it made it possible for a little boy to enjoy his first duck hunt." Oct 2015