Steve D

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After reading your recommendations on the third hand stabilizer straps I did some research and ordered a set. I was somewhat skeptical but figured I would give them a try.

They came on Sat. and I used them the first time  today. I am completely surprised on how well they do work and think anyone using a climber should have a set. Probably take me a little bit to get use to them but they do work. I think anyone using a climber would find these a good addition to their equipment. A good investment for $20.00 or less.:imsohappy:

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They are a must have on any climber, glad you like them


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I just saw this, what is a third hand stabilizer strap? I'll google it but i fear what will show up!!


Hunt when I can.. ;)

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Have you got a climber Tim?


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5 minutes ago, 2012_taco said:

I just saw this, what is a third hand stabilizer strap? I'll google it but i fear what will show up!!

They are a strap / buckle arraignment that locks your top part of your climber to the bottom. For being so simple it is amazing how much it locks the top down. 

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I use a climber sometimes, but it's just the bottom and I hug the tree.  Less to carry into the woods.  Straps on my back and my back pack hangs on it.  Some public land I hunt makes it the best choice for me.

 

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21 minutes ago, The_Real_TCIII said:

Have you got a climber Tim?


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Yes i have a summit climber. I just looked up the third hand archery site. Those straps make a lot of sense. I have always used the 6' piece of rope that came with the climber to tie the 2 sections together while climbing and the cinch strap on the top section once i get up in the tree. 


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Yes i have a summit climber. I just looked up the third hand archery site. Those straps make a lot of sense. I have always used the 6' piece of rope that came with the climber to tie the 2 sections together while climbing and the cinch strap on the top section once i get up in the tree. 

I have a set for you


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