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Millennium Lightweight Treestands & Sticks: A Run & Gun Hunter's Dream #7797695 04/06/20 06:45 PM
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Millennium Lightweight Treestands & Sticks: A Run & Gun Hunter's Dream
Hunters looking to get off the beaten path don't need to sacrifice weight for quality with these lightweight, backpackable
treestands and hang-on climbing sticks.

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Pictured above, left to right: M7 Microlite, M250 Climbing Sticks, M60U Ultralite

Treestand hunters who like to get off the beaten path and away from the crowds need stands and climbing sticks that help them save on weight, yet don't sacrifice quality, construction and safety. They need to look no further than Millennium's M60U Ultralite and M7 Microlite treestands, and M250 Hang-On Climbing Sticks.

The M60U Ultralite Hang-On stand has the same basic configuration as the popular Millennium M50, but it is made with aluminum rather than steel, bringing its weight down from 20 pounds to 13 ½ pounds. It's a top choice for hunters who want both mobility and comfort in a hang-on. The stand folds flat for packing through the woods, and both the seat and the platform are adjustable. The M60 also uses the same CamLOCK system as the M50, allowing for quick and easy relocation. It also features Millennium's patent-pending interlock LEVELING System.

The M7 Microlite is perfect for hunters who want to pursue game far off the beaten path. Millennium's lightest treestand, the M7 weighs in at just 8 ½ pounds, yet is rated to support 300 pounds. The M7 also accepts the CamLOCK Receiver system, so hunters can preset multiple stand locations, then quickly hang the M7 in the best spot for that day's hunt. The SilentHUNT design provides for a quiet hunt. The M7 is the top choice for hunters who need an extremely lightweight, mobile, quiet stand that sets up fast.

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Pictured above: M7 Microlite Hang-On Stand
(Our lightest stand)

Both the M60U and M7 stands feature SafeLink, a 35-foot rope with a prusik knot and carabiner that is designed to aid in safely ascending and descending from all hang-on and ladder stands. Both stands have a durable powder coat finish and exclusive, patented comfortMAX contoured, tight sling seat that easily folds up for standing shots and easily folds flat for backpacking. Backpack straps are included, and both meet or exceed industry standards recognized by the Treestand Manufacturer's Association. Both of these tree stands are also multiple winners of the prestigious Bowhunting World Magazine Reader's Choice Gold Award.

The perfect companion for both these stands is the M250 Hang-On Climbing Stick set. The versatile design can be used on any healthy tree, even if the tree is crooked. The M250 Hang-On Aluminum Climbing Sticks are lightweight and stackable. A double loop connection strap with the easy pull cam buckle keeps things secure. The alternating anti-slip steps include a sure-traction angled design to provide increased foot clearance. They feature a single tube design, no metal-to-metal contact and no moving parts, there's no assembly required, and they meet or exceed industry standards recognized by the Treestand Manufacturer's Association. They come in a handy 4-pack set, with each segment weighing just 2.6 lbs.

MSRP for the Model M60U Ultralite is $239.99, the MSRP for the Model M7 Microlite is $209.99, and the MSRP for the M250 Hang-On Climbing Sticks is $169.99. More information is available at www.millenniumstands.com.

Model M60U Ultralite Specifications:

● Material: Aluminum
● Capacity: 300 lbs.
● Weight: 13 lbs.
● Platform: 24 inches x 33 inches
● Seat Size: 20 inches x 16 inches
● Seat Height: 21 inches
● Model No: M-060-SL
● MSRP: $239.99

Model M7 Microlite Specifications:

● Material: Aluminum
● Capacity: 300 lbs.
● Weight: 8.5 lbs.
● Platform: 20.5 inches x 26 inches
● Seat Height: 20 inches
● Model No: M-007-SL
● MSRP: $209.99

Model M250 Hang-On Climbing Sticks Specifications:

● Material: Powder Coated Aluminum
● Capacity: 300 lbs.
● Weight: 2.6 lbs. each
● Length: 32 inches each
● Width: 6 inches each
● Step Distance: 10 inches
● Comes with 4 sticks per set
● Model No: M-250-00
● MSRP: $169.99

At Millennium Outdoors, manufacturer of Millennium Treestands, Ol' Man Treestands, and Millennium Marine, we are committed to ensuring each hunter and angler can make the most out of every season, from the big bucks in the fall, to gobblers in the spring, from redfish on flats, to crappie and bass in lakes, and every species and season in between. From innovative hang-on and ladder stands to ground blind chairs, fishing seats, and rod holders, Millennium Outdoors and its brands are dedicated to providing quality products to avid outdoor enthusiasts. Millennium's reputation has been built on comfort, safety, quality, and versatility that hunters and anglers recognize and appreciate. More information on all the company's products is available at www.millenniumstands.com .

For more information, please visit: www.MILLENNIUMSTANDS.COM

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Re: Millennium Lightweight Treestands & Sticks: A Run & Gun Hunter's Dream [Re: THF Staff] #7805303 04/14/20 12:08 AM
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Gonna be real hard to beat that M7 and a set of Lone Wolf sticks!

Re: Millennium Lightweight Treestands & Sticks: A Run & Gun Hunter's Dream [Re: THF Staff] #7811540 04/19/20 05:13 PM
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I have the Millennium tripod stand and think it a very nice piece of gear.

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