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Ameristep Challenger Hang-On Tree Stand $22 at Walmart

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Ameristep Challenger Hang-On Tree Stand. [walmart.com]

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  • Heavy-duty fully welded steel construction
  • Super Cam Leverage Lock System
  • Flip-up seat with removable Realtree Xtra accented seat cushion
  • Platform Size - 20" x 25"
  • Seat Size - 14" x 8"
  • Sure-Grip platform
  • Grey non-reflective sanded finish
  • Carry weight - 15 lbs
  • Rated for up to 300 lbs
  • Easy-to-use steel tree stand
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Great deal if you're sitting a stand for a few hours. Awfully uncomfortable for any length of time. I have size 13 feet and the platform is TINY so rough to bowhunt with.
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this looks amazing to scare someone... might just get one to do that... that or i might fall and die.

wow look at that fake review. They couldn't even bother with changing their username from ameristep to something else. And they said it was $25 on 8/31 so I guess this isn't that much less?


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8/31/2017
by Ameristep
I bought one of these stands and was very sceptical about what I was going to get for 25 dollars. I was very pleasantly surprised the stand is perfect size to tuck into a tree and not be seen while still being big enough to be comfortable. It came with plastic washers and there isn't a creek or croak in this stand. The one and only downfall is the seat pad is thin and noisy I replaced it with a 3 dollar foam seat and it's nice. Buy with confidence guys and gals!
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this looks amazing to scare someone... might just get one to do that... that or i might fall and die.

wow look at that fake review. They couldn't even bother with changing their username from ameristep to something else. And they said it was $25 on 8/31 so I guess this isn't that much less?


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8/31/2017
by Ameristep
I bought one of these stands and was very sceptical about what I was going to get for 25 dollars. I was very pleasantly surprised the stand is perfect size to tuck into a tree and not be seen while still being big enough to be comfortable. It came with plastic washers and there isn't a creek or croak in this stand. The one and only downfall is the seat pad is thin and noisy I replaced it with a 3 dollar foam seat and it's nice. Buy with confidence guys and gals!
LOL fail!
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Good price for what it is. I try to stick to ladder stands these days, but these do the trick.
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I hope it's well built. I'd hate to fall off of it. Or I hope it's not to heavy
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Is this one that you slowly climb the tree with?
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Is this one that you slowly climb the tree with?
Doesn't look like there is any kind of folding mechanism to allow it to climb. The strap holding it on also makes me think it's a climb-up-and-attach kind.
Looks like the end of a tiny ladder in the bottom of one of those pics too.
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This is a basic entry level hang on tree stand. Good for public land use where concern of theft could be an issue. Also good for the hang it and leave it up until it rots (seat is made of plywood with foam cushion is usually first thing to go) in a couple years scenario on private land.

Best use is for gun season, but adequate for bow. Larger frame stands usually weight I would say 5-8 lbs more. Weight is an issue mainly when transporting stand into location and when installing it on tree.

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Always remember to use a safety harness when installing stand or when hunting from one. Wearing one makes installation of stand way easier too.
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Is this one that you slowly climb the tree with?
No, those are called climbing stands and besides requiring a very narrow range of tree they will work with they are EXTREMELY dangerous.
Most of the injuries and falls I have heard of over the last 4+ decades are due to climbing stands.
Just an FYI
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No, those are called climbing stands and besides requiring a very narrow range of tree they will work with they are EXTREMELY dangerous.
Most of the injuries and falls I have heard of over the last 4+ decades are due to climbing stands.
Just an FYI
I agree they're a gimmick, my buddy bought one and I watched him climb into a tree with it last year, basically you'll scare any deer off within the area.

Better off climbing into a tree or just getting a swivel tripod chair and sitting next to a creek bed.
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I agree they're a gimmick, my buddy bought one and I watched him climb into a tree with it last year, basically you'll scare any deer off within the area.

Better off climbing into a tree or just getting a swivel tripod chair and sitting next to a creek bed.
just like anything, takes practice and patience. I , unknowingly, climbed up a tree with one last year and there was a doe 30 yards away that didn't notice a thing.

Edit: In for 2 btw, these will be great in some of my backup spots. Thanks OP!

Always wear a harness!
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Anyone have suggested climbing sticks to go with this?
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I'm a total hunting rookie; how do you get this up into the tree?
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Note 300 lb rating is for the stand, not the tree
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