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Anybody have one of these? They look comfortable and I like the chain rather than cable.
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I had a Baby Grand in the 90’s. It looked alot like that one.

I actually have an Ol Man Carbon Tara 2 if you are interested. Its made of carbon. It was a 90’s fad.

There was a commercial ad for one of the 90’s stands, forget which one, of a skeleton in the stand. The caption read “ so comfortable, you may never come down “
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I had a Baby Grand in the 90s. It looked alot like that one.

I actually have an Ol Man Carbon Tara 2 if you are interested. Its made of carbon. It was a 90s fad.

There was a commercial ad for one of the 90s stands, forget which one, of a skeleton in the stand. The caption read so comfortable, you may never come down
I had a Baby Grand as well. I'm trying to get away from cables. I don't trust them. I have 4 Loc-On brand stands that have angle iron for bracing and one with cable. I like the chain on the Family Traditions.
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The name of that stand that had the skeleton in it,
Was Loc On Highstyle.

I wish i could find that old ad. “ so comfortable you may never come down “

I also still have a Big Man Horizon. It is my practice stand here at home.
I think they were a short lived La company.

Alot of peeps don’t know that at one time i think early 90’s, there were quite a few treestand makers that were HQ’ed in NE La.

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The name of that stand that had the skeleton in it,
Was Loc On Highstyle.

I wish i could find that old ad. so comfortable you may never come down

I also still have a Big Man Horizon. It is my practice stand here at home.
I think they were a short lived La company.

Alot of peeps dont know that at one time i think early 90s, there were quite a few treestand makers that were HQed in NE La.
API was in Tallulah. Strongbuilt was in Waterproof.
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This was my wallpaper on my computer.
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