L-Series Ladder Stand Offers All-Day Comfort

Millenium L-Series Treestand
Millenium L-Series Treestands
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Millennium Tree Stands

Pearl, MI -(Ammoland.com)- Easy to set up and stable, the six ladder stands in the Millennium L Series deliver a terrific value-and the kind of comfort that keeps hardcore hunters happy from dawn till dusk.

The stands are equipped with patented ComfortTech seats for one or two hunters, fully adjustable shooting rails, and folding foot rests. They are also height adjustable by adding sections of ladder. The two-person L200 and L220 models max out at 18 feet, while the single-hunter L100 and L110 get up to 21 feet.

The top-of-line L360, which allows the hunter to swivel completely around on a round platform, is 16 feet high, as is the new L-50, which was designed for budget-minded hunters. Two-person stands are rated for up to 500 pounds, while one-person stands can handle up to 300 pounds.

The double-rail ladders on all Millennium ladder deliver welcome stability – the design eliminates sway. The ladder is welded, one-inch steel that requires no bracing to the tree.

After quick, quiet assembly in the woods, Millennium recommends two companions help the hunter by pushing up the stand as the hunter pulls nylon straps to bring the ladder vertical. While the straps help stabilize the stand at the tree, a ratchet strap holds the platform securely against the tree up top.

The adjustable, padded shooting rail folds up to make it easy for the hunter to get onto the platform and situated for hunting. It folds down for the steady aim that puts meat on the table, or it can be left up if more mobility is needed, like when bowhunting.

Also included is a full-body safety harness. The Millennium L-Series Ladder Stands feature 3-year limited warranties.

For more information, check out www.millenniumstands.com.

About Millennium Treestands

Millennium Treestands have long been recognized as the most quiet and comfortable stands on the market. Every angle, hinge and weld has been tested under the most extreme conditions by the most cynical and scrutinizing hunters.