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  1. Muddy's customer service is the absolute worst. After getting the run around and a bunch of half-assed answers for a while they finally got back to me and these are actually the recalled sticks. To be honest, they didn't seem like they even knew for sure. The bottom line is the retailer I bought them from is taking them back. Heliums sold. Muddy's being returned. Close this thread. Thx.
  2. Heliums sold Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  3. Will do Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  4. It looks just like pic in the recall notice. Let me confirm on Monday. If I'm wrong I'll relist. I don't want to take a chance. Thx. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  5. Heliums sold pending meet up. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  6. Thanks to a PM from a member on here, I just found out the muddy sticks are recalled. They are refunding my purchases price. It's crazy because I bought these new 2019 and the recall was in 2012! So Muddy Sticks are no longer for sale. Hawks are still for sale. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  7. Yeah, he sure did invest a lot in the test between broadheads and messed up arrows.
  8. I stumbled across this wasting time on the internet. It seems like a pretty comprehensive test of a huge number of fixed blade broadheads. For you fixed blade guys, take a look (esp the annihilator). You can skip to the 4 minute mark. He does a whole talk about how he missed a buck because he hadn't practiced with the broadhead. It's kind of funny because he talks about patterning the buck but he's shooting bucks over a feeeder. Ignoring that part, the test itself seems pretty well designed and informative.
  9. $100 for Hawk Helium Sticks / $125 for Muddy Sticks / $200 for the whole group I have 3 Hawk Helium climbing sticks and 4 Muddy Pro Climbing Sticks. Both of these have barely been used. Probably 2 or 3 times each. I was trying different run and gun set ups this year and settled on beast sticks. These are both best used as run and gun set ups, not permanent / semi-permanent. Hawk Helium Sticks (3): These have the folding double step. 3 steps per stick. I am including both the OEM straps as well as 7/64 Amsteel daisy chain that I put together for them. The amsteel is another option to save weight and avoid the buckle. However, it's a mod so: USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. I do not warranty or recommend using anything other than OEM above ground. Muddy Pro (4) These also have folding double step. 2 steps per stick. Muddy has a unique rope cam system that is pretty cool and avoids a buckle and its super-easy / quick to attach. Price I'm asking $100 for the Hawk Sticks / $125 for Muddy or $200 if you'll buy the whole package and save me multiple trips. Location I live in Ft. Washington PA. I'll meet within 1 hour of my house. Towns I have met folks on here before include: Flemington, Pemberton, Bordentown Burlington. PM or comment with any questions.
  10. I had one. Actually, I had a few treestands with the base set in and then I would carry it with me. But, I honestly stopped using it. I did it for xbow mainly. One time I had a nice buck in range and I got busted moving the arms around....I kind of just felt like it didn't help enough vs. just shooting offhand and kind of got in the way from time to time. Just my opinion. It is solid, holds a xbow or gun great, and fully reticulates to get a lot of different shot angles.
  11. Sold pending meet up Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  12. I bought a tree saddle and hunted mobile all year. I like it and I’m not going back to pre-set tree stands. So, here is a ton of crap I’d like to sell. I’m going to try to give all the information you’d need to decide. Reply in this thread if you have any questions (or PM if you’d like). I know this is the wrong time of year to be selling treestands, but if you're thinking of setting up some private land for next season, this might save you big $'s. Location I live in Fort Washington PA. I will travel 1 hour to meet anyone. Here are a few spots that I have met folks on NJWW to sell items in the past: 1. Cheyenne Mountain Outfitters in Bordentown. 2. Wawa in Pemberton 3. The Wawa in Burlington NJ near the intersection of the 130 and the PA / NJ Tpke Extension Again, google Fort Washington PA and I’ll meet you anywhere within an hour drive… Items I have 8 tree stands for sale. I used these as semi-permanent hang ons where I would put them up in the summer and pull down after season. There are two types: 1. Millennium M50 Hang On (6 of these) a. The seat can be adjusted for tree lean and the platform can be adjusted as well (back and forth not left to right). b. These are super easy to set and comfy. They are a bit heavy for hang and hunt, really meant for semi-permanent. c. Each of these is either 1 or 2 seasons old. d. No rust or rips in seats. e. Each comes with the tree bracket (ratchet style) and a ratchet strap for the bottom. f. They do NOT come with a lifeline. 2. Special Run Millennium / Ol Man Hybrid (2 of these) a. This was a special run Millennium did. It’s essentially a Millennium M50 with an Ol Man sling style seat. b. The handles can be removed if they seem like they’re in your way. These have the same bracket as the M50 but the seat and platform are not adjustable for tree lean. c. These have never been the field. I put them together and they haven’t left my garage. d. Each comes with the tree bracket (ratchet style) and a ratchet strap for the bottom. e. They do NOT come with a lifeline. Price $500 for all 8 The M50 lists as $150 on Amazon, so I think $75 for each for these is fair (1/2 off new). I can’t find a listing for the hybrid. I’m going to ask a little more ($85) since they are brand new. All together, that would total $620. I'm going to ask $500 for all 8 stands. If I don't get takers for the bunch after a week or so, I'll re-list as individuals.
  13. Pretty sure it's just a rope cocker. So 50% advantage
  14. I agree. Its pretty neat. The loading is wierd but it's nice and compact.
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