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Important “Stayin’ Safe Reminders” From Hunter Safety System

Hunter Safeyu Systems

Hunter Safeyu Systems

Danville, Alabama - -(AmmoLand.com)- Hunter Safety System would like to remind you to be sure to remove all of your straps and ropes from trees and stands immediately following your hunting season.

Be sure to inspect all of your straps, ropes and climbing gear for wear and damage due to prolonged exposure to the elements, as many of the elements commonly associated with the outdoor environment tend to degrade the strength properties of nylon, rope, polypropylene, etc. and could lead to premature failure. Replace any gear that shows signs of wear or deterioration.

Furthermore, your HSS vest should be examined for excessive wear and damage to all components including buckles, stitching, strapping material and hardware.

Failure to do all the above could cause serious injury or death!

Be sure to check the Hunter Safety System website each month for important, life-saving safety tips. Log on to www.huntersafetysystem.com.

About:
Founded in 2001 and headquartered in Danville, Alabama, Hunter Safety System is a leading designer and manufacturer of innovative deer hunting gear and hunting equipment for the serious hunter. For additional information you can write to The Hunter Safety System, 8237 Danville Road, Danville, AL 35619, call toll free 877-296-3528 or visit the company website at www.huntersafetysystem.com.

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