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The ladder type tree stand plans and the Sniper tree stand plans allows you to build a strong & comfortable stand to give you the advantage over your trophy. The Game Cart allows you to bring your trophy out of heavy terrain without the traditional backbreaking labor.

Ladder Stand Features
Ground Support - for those uneasy with heights
Pull apart design - easy transportation
Safely connects to any moderately sized tree
Not a climber
Ladder Stand Package Includes
Detailed Drawings with Dimensions (see example)
Parts List
Materials List
Step-by-Step Instructions

Sniper Stand
Sniper Stand Features
Easy transportation / portable
Virtually invisible to your game
Safely connects to any moderately sized tree
Not a climber
Detailed Drawings with Dimensions
Parts List
Materials List
Step-by-Step Instructions

Game Cart
Easy transportation / portable
Oversize tires to travel through thick terrain
Easy push handle feature
Detailed Drawings with Dimensions (see example)
Parts List
Materials List
Step-by-Step Instructions
Hunting Frequently Asked Questions.

1. What materials are used to construct the tree stands?
The stand's frame is made from conduit pipe. The flooring is plywood. All joints are secured with screws and silicon (keeps from squeaking). ALL plans come with a materials list, the plans, and instructions.

2. Is there any welding required?
Not according to our specifications. All joints are held together with recommended high quality bolts/screws with a dab a silicone to keep them from squeeking. Although, you may weld all joints if you wish to do so.

3. How is the SNIPER Stand attached to the tree?

The stand is secured using a chain (1-1/2" links) that is tightened via high quality nut and bolt. In addition, I tighten the whole thing down with a ratcheting harness (for added security) - see the photo. This works very well, the stand doesn't even budge.

4 How much does it cost to build the tree stands?

Depending on local material costs plus what materials you already have, it should cost between $50-75 in materials for both stands. The cart is less, typically around $20-40.

5.How much weight can the stands hold?
They should be able to hold up to 300+ lbs of dynamic (moving) weight.

6.How long does it take to build the stands or game cart?

This totally depends on your own skills and ability. Average time should take no more than 4-6 hours for the stands, 2-4 hours for the cart.


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