Guide Gear® 21' Double-rail Ladder Tree Stand

Item # TOPX-177431

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Details & Specs

Guide Gear® 21' Double-rail Ladder Tree Stand Get a bird's-eye view! Upgrade your hunters seat with this deer stand! PRICED LESS!

The air up there is very fair. Well, for YOU, anyway. It's hardly fair at all to your targets! Way-up-there Tree Stand helps you step up your hunt. By elevating your perspective, you get above their keen noses and out of their line of sight. However, they're still squarely in yours. Double-tube ladder construction assures firm stability, even with the lofty height.

A better view, a better shot. And here, you also get a better price, WAY LESS than similar deer stands!

Grand Tree Stand:
  • Durable steel construction
  • A full 21'h. to the seat, 22'h. to armrest
  • Flip-up seat is 19 1/4 x 11 3/4 x 23"
  • Roomy 17 1/4 x 22 3/4" platform
  • Sturdy double tube ladder, pinned sections for easy transport and assembly
  • Padded shooting rail
  • Adjustable ladder support bar
  • Fall-arrest system
  • Treestand holds up to 300 lbs.
  • Weighs 103 lbs.

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Reviews

Customer Reviews

4 stars
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  1. 5 stars
    The stand was built very strong and I believe it will be around a very long time. The cushions weren't what I expected but as an overall these are great stands
  2. 4 stars
    Great item...solid once assembled and will look good once I camo spray paint it. It took about 2 hours to assemble and directions were TERRIBLE. If you have put tree stands together before, you should be okay...by process of elimination on what goes where. If not...good luck. You may as well have directions from a blind person written in Greek.
  3. 5 stars
    This is a very good stand and more than explained on their site. I recommend this stand to anyone wanting a excellent ladder stand.
  4. 1 stars
    The tree stand I purchased and returned was the worst of the 20 tree stands that I own. It was missing parts, couple of parts didn't fit, and the instructions to build it were designed for a aeronautical engineer. Would never buy one of this brand again.
  5. Very comfortable and sturdy
  6. 5 stars
    I have 6 of these stands They are great!!!
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