Guide Gear® Bow Holder

Item # WX2-223546

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Details & Specs

Guide Gear® Ground Blind Seat, BIG BUCKS OFF !

All-weather rugged, with contoured height-adjustable Seat and supportive backrest. Four aluminum legs are easily level-adjustable. Instant 360° rotation. Seat is 20"h., and can extend up several inches. 30"h. overall, 19 lbs.

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Guide Gear® Ground Blind Seat

Guide Gear® Bow Holder

Attaches to bottom of seat. Holds bow in position for a fast, easy reach.

Built to Sportsman's Guide's exact specifications, Guide Gear ® stands for dependability, long-lasting quality and unmatched value!  Guaranteed!


Customer Reviews

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  1. 5 stars
    Seams like will work for my crossbow when I get to try it out
  2. 5 stars
    An adjustable bow holder mounted to the chair so when you turn your bow turns with you. Tried it and I think it works great !
  3. last month i bought some "screw in the tree" bow and gear holder swing arms. i would consider not selling this product as we all could not get the screw to "start" itself in the trees we wanted them installed on. the threads and point of the screw are not dominant enough to "bite" and start itself into the tree. you would have to take a battery powered drill to the tree each time you wanted to install one which defeats the purpose. other than that, i am satisfied with the products i purchase
  4. 4 stars
    everything there...just need to be able to put together the chair
  5. 5 stars
    Excellent set up with the chair. I had another bow holder I was using in the ground blinds but no more. This set up mounted on the chair keeps the bow right where I want it no matter what direction I am looking eliminating the noise and time it take to prepare for that critical shot out of the blind.
  6. 5 stars
    Very happy good quality and great price!
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Articles & Tips
Scrapes: Treat The Overhanging Limb With Scent

John M. from Mississippi writes to ask about the overhanging limb at scrapes. "I've been following the advice of Gene Wensel from Iowa by placing pre-orbital gland scent on the limb that hangs over scrapes. I've been starting this in October and have had some good success in getting bucks to come to those scrapes, but if I started earlier, would more bucks use those scrapes?"

Rattling: The Louder The Better?

Ed H. from Missouri writes to ask about rattling. "Rattling seems to be a good tool for increasing a buck hunter's success. I've seen hunters on television use two different strategies to rattle. Some just tickle the tines together rather lightly to imitate sparring, while others bang the antlers together in a very loud fashion to imitate fighting. Does one strategy work better than the other, or should a rattling sequence involve using both?" 

Rattle Bag Tips

For years, rattle bags were just too darn small. The dowels inside of the bag were too few and too small. What you got out of them was the sound of two immature bucks doing a little sparring. Fortunately, most call companies got the word that hunters all over the country were tired of trying to make their wimpy bags sound like big antlers crashing.

What To Use On Scrapes

Doug H. has tried doe and buck urine on scrapes with no results. He notes a university study that showed that deer came to scrapes at night, and they came to human urine as well as deer urine. He wants to know what really works.

Game Guides

Caliber/Game Usage Charts will help get the beginning or inexperienced hunter off to a good start before he or she steps into the woods, fields, sloughs, or on the range.

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