Ideal present for dad in his later years!!

Viper (tp)

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Dad is 72 yrs old and if there is a person that loves hunting & fishing more than him I haven't met him yet.He has always said to me, son when it gets to were I can't walk into the woods, you will have to wheel me in there some how.I would joke with him like, heck dad I will get you a HUB-AROUND with mud tires, and he would laugh about that, so folks I have found the thing that would fit the bill so to speak. Is this bad or what! :D
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my dad will be 75 in july and hopefully it will be a long time before he needs anything like that
at this point he can still do chinups- not many but can still do them when he's had a good nights sleep
 

Viper (tp)

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I didn't buy this guys, I found it and showed to dad, we have joked about somethin like this for yrs.He got a big kick out of it, dad is in good shape for a 72 yr old still bow hunts and hunts out of a climber! ;) the price was $9999.00!
 

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Kinda off the subject but I wsa watching a hunting show the other day and they had a disabled kid hunting turkeys. He was in a wheel chair and they had a sip-or-puff trigger set up for him because he could not use his arms. It was awesome to watch his excitement and anything to keep or to get someone in the outdoors is more than worth it.
 

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I got the mans. Business card somewhere in my desk. Seen it demonstrated at a couple shows. You never know !
 

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