The model is the "Imperial". Weight and additional specs are below:
? Aluminum climbing tree stand with BarkBiter belt system.
? Platform size: 20" x 37", Weight: 26 pounds.
? Non-glare "powder coated" finish.
? Weight rating: 275 pounds.
? The included padded shooting rest is removable for bow hunting.
I researched the hell out of climbing stands last year (talked to hunters, dealers, etc). Majority preferred this stand. The only reason I am selling it is I just won't get to hunt much this year unfortunately.
Sarcasm my friend.
I lost several brand new stands over the last couple of years.
It is amazing how many tree stands come up for sale in the south jersey area right after bow season starts. Doesn't it seem odd that way to you?
I am sure many are legit, but I can tell you I have had more than a 1000 bucks worth. This was on private land, not state land. I have also had tree stands cut down, pegs stolen or greased.
So I guess that would be the kind of idiot that makes the sarcastic remark. If you have any other questions for this idiot, my email is in my profile.
No, not a doctor. And no, I did not own a Post in the past (wish I was that lucky!). I have a 24 Grady White I keep up by Sandy Hook. Boat is named "Joint Venture" due to the fact I have a partner (my father).
I see the 28 Albemarle is up for sale. One hell of a boat. I have read with interest all the positive feedback on the Albemarle 28's. Hope to pick one up in the next year or two. Good luck with the next boat.
Oh yea...the treestand is still for sale if anybody is interested.