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#974311 - 10/16/08 08:50 PM Hanging your bow in the tree....
cruff10
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Here is you a question....

Where do you hang your bow while your in your tree stand? I'm right handed and I put a screw step in the tree right above my left shoulder to hang my bow on.

I put another screw step about seat high on my right side for my bag/backpack.

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#974338 - 10/16/08 09:02 PM Re: Hanging your bow in the tree.... [Re: cruff10]
b and d boyz
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Are you using a clibing stand, because they make bow holders for just about every kind
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#974376 - 10/16/08 09:15 PM Re: Hanging your bow in the tree.... [Re: b and d boyz]
Buckblaster
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 Originally Posted By: b and d boyz
Are you using a clibing stand, because they make bow holders for just about every kind


most of them are a little dicey to hold a bow.
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#974430 - 10/16/08 09:37 PM Re: Hanging your bow in the tree.... [Re: Buckblaster]
JThuntsalot
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I have a bow holder that screw into the tree that pivots around.
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#974432 - 10/16/08 09:38 PM Re: Hanging your bow in the tree.... [Re: Buckblaster]
b and d boyz
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well they make holders for round tube stands, and square tube stands.
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#974438 - 10/16/08 09:40 PM Re: Hanging your bow in the tree.... [Re: b and d boyz]
Buckblaster
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 Originally Posted By: b and d boyz
well they make holders for round tube stands, and square tube stands.


Im talking about its just 2 forks and you stick a limb imbetween them. easy for a bow to fall out
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#974451 - 10/16/08 09:45 PM Re: Hanging your bow in the tree.... [Re: Buckblaster]
onebuck
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When in my ladder stands, I use realtree E-Z hangers. They hold both my backpack (close to the tree), and my bow next to my left shoulder.

I also carry one in my pack to use when I climb.
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#974595 - 10/17/08 12:56 AM Re: Hanging your bow in the tree.... [Re: Buckblaster]
Kevin
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 Originally Posted By: Buckblaster
 Originally Posted By: b and d boyz
well they make holders for round tube stands, and square tube stands.


Im talking about its just 2 forks and you stick a limb imbetween them. easy for a bow to fall out


I had one of those on an ol'man, and the first good wind that blew my bow was on the ground. needless to say it never got used again, I have an ez-hanger now. No problems.
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#974621 - 10/17/08 04:48 AM Re: Hanging your bow in the tree.... [Re: Kevin]
richmanbarbeque
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when using my climber I have a bow holder that is not one of the forked ones but it actually holds it around the bottom cam.

When using a lockon I use a screw in bow holder.

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#974640 - 10/17/08 05:37 AM Re: Hanging your bow in the tree.... [Re: richmanbarbeque]
BowGuy84
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I change how I use mine. Sometimes I hang it high above me and have cam right by left shoulder. Others it is on left with broadhead pointing out in front. For bow I use an ez-hanger and have a screw-in bow hanger that I put on right to hang my quiver on...upside down with another arrow loosened.
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