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Summit Treestands’ Improved Buckstep Climbing Sticks

Summit Tree Stands

Summit Tree Stands

Decatur, AL -(Ammoland.com)- Summit Treestands announces the improved Buckstep Climbing Stick Set. Summit has taken a quality product and made it even better with added features built to create the ultimate hunting experience in the stand.

With the new Buckstep, you’ll find a smaller profile and reduced weight to enhance the ease of packing to and from that trophy whitetail’s haunts. The Buckstep now incorporates a silent tree attachment and step design that locks the climbing sticks to the tree for silent entry and exit.

There’s no question that Summit Treestands has hit the vitals with the new and improved Buckstep Climbing Stick Set.

MAP: $129.99

About Summit

Summit is a leading manufacturer of premium-quality, high-performance treestands, safety straps, and ground blinds. Founded by John Woller, Sr. in 1981, the company combines a passion for engineering and hunting, which clearly shows in the design elegance and in-field functionality of all their products. Summit holds over a dozen patents and has consistently led the industry with new innovations, comfort, and convenience features. Summit has been part of PRADCO Outdoor, a division of EBSCO Industries, since 2002.

About Pradco Outdoor Brands

Pradco Outdoor Brands was founded in 1960 as Plastic Research and Development Corporation (PRADCO) and soon became one of the largest injection molders in the United States. Its four hunting brands include: Code Blue, Knight & Hale, Moultrie and Summit. PRADCO Fishing owns the oldest brand in fishing, Heddon, established in 1894. Additionally, PRADCO Fishing manufacturers and markets Rebel, Lindy, Bomber, Booyah, YUM, Arbogast, Cotton Cordell, Smithwick, Silver Thread, Lazy Ike, Creek Chub and more.

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