Comfortable seats such as Millenium tree stands are vital to their success whether they're hunting, photographing wildlife or bird watching.
Millenium tree stands feature a Comfort Tech one piece sling design for their seats that is designed to be quiet and comfortable all day long for extended sessions in the out-of-doors.
Made of a non-stretch fabric, these seats do not absorb water and do not make noise when hunters move.
Millenium Tree Stands Are Available In All Types And Sizes
Portable stands, ladder stands and ground stands are available from the manufacturer of Millenium tree stands as well as stand and hunting blind accessories. Their portable stands include the M100 hang-on model with a 20 inch by 38 inch platform, the M150 Monster hang-on with a 37 inch by 24 inch platform, and the M25 and M50 lock-on tree stands. The m50 is designed for setting up quickly in thick cover or packing into rougher territory. The M25 is Millenium's newest model and is designed for quick set-up when the hunting action moves from one spot to another.
Ladder Tree Stands Are Very Popular
The ladder stands manufactured by Millenium tree stands range from 16 feet to 21 feet in height. The L100 and L110 Single models can be as tall as 21 feet but are both height-adjustable. They have adjustable padded shooting rails and footrests that fold up. The L200 and L220 Double models are 18 feet tall and seat two. They include the corresponding number of TMA certified full body harnesses. The L50 Single model is 16 feet tall and includes arm rests as well as an adjustable padded shooting rail. All these ladder stands include a three year limited warranty.
Ground-Based Models Are Great When There Are No Trees Around
Ground models include the M300, which is a cooler seat in warmer climates, is quieter than a ground cushion seat. It includes backpacking shoulder straps and is easy to use when tracking prey and hunting not only deer but also ducks, turkey, doves, and squirrels. The T100 model is a ten foot tall aluminum tripod that is extremely lightweight. It is weighted at its base in order to provide needed stability on windy days. The legs are adjustable for set-up on uneven ground.
Sometimes A 360 Degree Field Of View Is Necessary
There are two blinds made by Millenium tree stands for camouflaging their stands. One is the Chameleon Gun Blind and it has 14 inch camouflage windows giving a 360 degree field of view. The other is the Bow Hunting Blind and it has seven inch windows with that same 360 degree field of view. Both blinds also have adjustable roof straps for window leveling. These blinds can be used on all Millenium stands.
Accessories Customize Your Millenium Tree Stand
Accessories made for the Millenium tree stands and available for sale include several for their lock on tree stands, including harnesses, CAM buckle straps, CAM LOCK receivers, receiver mounts, and quick links. Accessories suitable for both lock on tree stands (hang-ons) and ladder stands include cold weather seat pads, folding foot rests, tree belts, shooting sticks, shooting stick mounts, and an optional two-man steel bench.
Homemade Tree Stands Are Generally Permanent Structures
Hunters who have the advantage of hunting on their own property sometimes choose to build their own homemade tree stand, especially along known deer trails or on the edges of food plots and bedding thickets where they know deer come to feed or have seen them gather. If you plan to build and install your own homemade tree stand, be sure you have them installed at least a month before you plan to use it. This will give the local wildlife some time to adjust to its presence and get used to it being a part of the natural landscape around them.
Safety First – Always!
If you are an experienced welder, you may choose to build your own hang-on or ladder stands. Just make sure that the welds are secure enough that your homemade tree stand can hold your weight and that the plates used for the platform and seat are steel or aluminum of the proper tensile strength. Choose a suitable tree for your weight and size plus the height you want to place your stand for hunting. Most important of all, always wear a full body safety harness and a safety line while in your tree stand.
Want To Take A Shot At Building Your Own?
There are a variety of free plans available for download on the Internet for hunters interested in building a homemade tree stand. To see some of the possibilities, go to www.freedeerstandplans.com. Once your stands are built, be sure to examine them carefully from season to season before reusing them, to be sure there are no rotten boards or other safety problems from deterioration of materials over time. The quality-built Millenium Tree Stands are sounding better and better, aren't they?