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Old 08-25-2008, 05:00 PM   #1
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Default A great deer stand.

Thought I would share this with all of you. I kind of liked it.

http://home.windstream.net/tomf42344/



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Kind of takes the "roughing it" out of the equation - but I give them an A+ for Backwoods Engineering.... LOL

Good find!

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The sad part is that kinda garbage is legal if someone wants to do it , at least only on private land thank God .

I've seen some some pretty elaborate suckers on the edges of the public land I hunt , Built with 2x6's having a roof on them and platforms darn near as big as the deck in that pic overlooking large fields .

I call that Deer watching and shooting not hunting .

Had a neighbor who claimed he hunts from cars up in the trees , story goes the land owner is/was a used car dealer and hoisted them up and strapped them in somehow .

Guy was complaining one year he missed his deer because the window squeaked when he rolled it down to shoot .

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I don't see the problem with it. If you want to do it then do it.

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I am on board with Big here. This is different than shooting a deer off your lawn how? Guess I had the wrong idea thinking by getting my ass outta bed at 4:30 and trudging around and sitting in below zero temps and rain for as long as I could stand it was hunting.
Hunting this "ain't". This is laziness and anyone who would shoot a deer from this contraption is merely a trigger puller, not a hunter. But opinions are like...

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I don't see the problem with it. If you want to do it then do it.
To me calling a person who hoists a mobile home in a tree a hunter is like calling a Terrorist who blows up a grade school full of little kids a Soldier .
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I have no problem with it, To each his own. It's not to be considered hunting though, As long as it's legal go for it.

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What I object to the most is the referrence to drinking - I've seen too many drunken a-holes in the woods with guns - and all of them leave their garbage and empty beer cans behind for the real outdoorsmen to clean up.

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Ok is that any worse than the rich guys ordering a heated cooled 10/20 house with 60" plasma tv and Blue ray player and Direct tv with a bathroom and full kitchen. Lazy-boy shooting chairs. That has automatic windows that you can shoot out of.

At least these guys went and did the work themselves.



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