We here at Bowhunter know that every time we climb into a treestand we are taking a risk. Unfortunately, some are taking a far greater risk than others. However, the old tired complaints about safety systems being cumbersome, hard-to-use, or simply uncomfortable are no longer valid thanks to improvements by manufacturers like Hunter Safety Systems. The fact is, all of those issues have been solved.
Mike Carney and Tony Peterson, our experts from Bowhunter TV, teamed up in this segment of Tech Talk to tell you what you need to know about treestand safety.
<h2>Ameristep Brotherhood Climber</h2>From <a href="http://www.ameristep.com" target="_blank">Ameristep</a> comes another great climbing stand choice — the new Brotherhood Climber. The sit-and-climb Brotherhood features a comfortable 13" x 15" sling seat design, aluminum construction, and safety lock cinch straps. At 21 lbs., the Brotherhood is a great option for sneaking into your favorite whitetail spots. <p> <strong>Price: $300</strong>