Hunting Solutions Millennium™ 20 - ft. Ladderstand

Item # WX2-123283

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Hunting Solutions The Millennium™ 20' Ladderstand. Strong welded steel construction with a comfy sling seat that's UV, moisture and scent resistant!

You spend so much time hunting that the woods are practically your home away from home... so why not make your second home as comfy as possible?

Built sturdy and silent, the Millennium™ Ladderstand is also constructed with the comfort of the all day hunter in mind... folding footrest, padded arm rest and shooting rail, and a wide, supportive seat and seat back team up to give you a cozy perch to keep you focused and ready to hunt! And how about safety?

The rigid double rail ladder requires no brace to the tree and is safer and easier to put up than single rail ladders. Also included is a TMA certified full body harness to prevent any nasty spills.

Strong, safe and comfortable:
  • Textilene® vinyl coated polyester sling seat is UV, moisture and scent resistant
  • 300-lb. capacity
  • Stabilizing strap secures stand to tree before you ever leave the ground
  • Padded shooting rail and arm rests are adjustable
  • Non-glare durable powder coat finish
  • Folds up for easy transport... weighs approx. 80 lbs.

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  1. 5 stars
    Just got my tree stands in today! Had to put one together already could'nt stand to see the boxes just sitting there waiting! Very pleased with the procces. One of the plastic adjustment knobs must have been damaged in shipping but, still works fine. Can't wait to spend a few quality days in this thing. Thinking of puting the recliner in the garage and setting this up in the living room it is very comfortable. Hats off to Sportsman,s Guide and Millenium tree stands! Bow season starts Saturday!
  2. 5 stars
    I have not put the second one together yet! I'll let you know! It better be the same!
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