Millennium® M-50 Hang-On Tree Stand

Item # WX2-297490

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Millennium® M-50 Hang-On Tree Stand is lightweight, adjustable and portable.

Perfect stand for backpacking in the deep woods. The Millennium® M-50 Hang-On Tree Stand has an adjustable platform and seat, plus an interlock leveling system. It weighs just 19 lbs. and folds flat for backpacking (straps included). Contoured, tight sling seat provides comfort in the field. Large platform gives you room to stand, stretch and shoot. Includes M-102s Cam Loc Ratchet Receiver.

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  • Rugged steel construction with durable powder-coated finish
  • Comfortable, quiet and easy to set up
  • Seat folds against tree for standing shots
  • Ratchet strap and cam buckle strap included
  • Full body harness certified to TMA standards
  • 300 lb. capacity
  • Certified to TMA standards
  • Platform: 30 x 24" w. Seat: 20 x 17 x 17-20" h. (adjustable).

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