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Big Dog 20' Alternating Step Climbing Stick BDSL-200

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Big Dog 20' Alternating Step Climbing Stick BDSL-200

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Affordability and Stability are just two reasons to use our full and alternating climbing sticks. Noted as one of the safest ways to climb with their angled step design; these are a necessity for tree climbers.

 

  • 300 LB capacity
  • Angled Steps For Easy Climbing
  • Extended Tree Braces For Safe Climbing
  • (5)  Stick Sections
  • Secured With (5) Looped Button Straps
  • Certified to all TMA standards
Specs
SKU 016950393
Model BDSL-200
Weight 32.0000
Color No
Size 300LB RTG
In Store Only No
Price $49.99
Warranty
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
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Items will be used; foreign made Review by Swiz
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Packaging was fine; items were as described. Paint and texture was good. Steps are strategically placed and units fit together for a nice , snug fit. Care should be used when attaching straps. It would be good if end caps for steps were available or installed. Foreign made.

(Posted on 10/15/12)

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  • From bowhunter0411 at 12/23/13 9:42 PM
    • Q: how far apart are the steps?
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    • A: Hello,
      The steps are roughly around 2 feet apart.
      Thank you
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