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Ladder stands #7905287 07/19/20 03:32 AM
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I’m looking to purchase a single and double ladder stand. I’m wanting something comfortable with a shooting rest. Any recommendations?

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Hawk makes a good product that won’t break the bank. They sell both single and double wide models.
Muddy also has decent stuff for not terribly expensive.

If you are looking to break the bank, heavens trail has some excellent products. Out of my price range for a ladder stand but doesn’t mean they are out of yours.

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If you know a good welder, have him build you one exactly like you want it. Ramball36 on here could build you one exactly like you wanted it and it would be made out of better materials than most of the ones you would buy. If Muddy makes their ladder blinds out of the same metal they make their tower stands out of, I would not buy one. They used cheap and lightweight metal on their towers. I was looking to buy a new tower stand and looked at their blinds/towers this spring. Their blinds were nicely built but their floors were not treated plywood and their towers were very lightweight. I did not think they would last very long and not very sturdy.


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Millennium makes one of the best ladder stands I've ever sat in. They are rock-steady, and the seat is very comfortable. I like the height, too, but you won't set one up without help.
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I have a muddy 2 person and it is very rickety. Not a fan. I have a quad pod from Ramball that is 5 years old and rock solid.


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Hawk or muddy is your best bet
I have both and love them

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I decided on these 2 finally. They had good reviews so we will see

The X-Stand Jayhawk 2 man and the X-Stand Duke. I’m also considering getting one more Guide Gear Swivel Ladder stand. If anyone has tried one let me know.

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