This tripod was easy to assemble and all parts were in the box. I put it together at the house, except for the legs and carried it to the woods in the truck. I put the legs on and stood it up with my son. My son shot a deer from it hours after setup.
On the website, as per Ameristep, not Walmart as Ive noticed with the advertisement on other sites, it states Ameristep Universal Snow Cover Hub blind. Not for Hub blind as with this page. I assumed it was a Snow cover pattern of Camo. So I purchased 3 or 4, and thought I would simply dye them. They are Snow Camo BLIND COVERS.\nWhen I entered the store to pick them up, The employee of 9 years was grouchy. When I told him these were not what I wanted and we needed to return them, he called for a manager and 4 came in a group from the back of the store, where no public is allowed. After they okayed the return, they all went back to the back. I asked the employee if he noticed that, and he said Yes, and the only reason we are up front on the floor is they kick US out. Seems very low moral there, something about hours being cut, and no pay raises, not enough employees to work the floor, etc.\nMaybe if all those managers worked with the team on the floor instead of hiding in the back, the team wouldn't be so grouchy and customers could find someone to help them as there was a line waiting for this one person helping me, and it was about 20 minutes for the transaction to be completed.\nJust telling it like I saw it and from a business owners point of view.\nRegards.
I have been using these steps for years, But in 2013 when I needed a couple of more sets for some additional tree stands I couldn't find any at major sporting good stores or the manufacture they where out of stock. Walmart had them online at a much cheaper price then any body else.
I am well pleased with the poncho. It is as good as one would expect for the price. It does the job if you are getting it to break up your pattern in the woods. It does the job of a Gilly suit withoug paying the arm and leg needed to get one. Of course, it can be a hassel in and among briars and brambles, but so far it has held its own. I used it deer hunting and had a doe come within 5 yards before becoming suspicious. Luckily for her, I was hunting buck
Features a telescoping frame and an angled handle, for easy transport
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I haven't really tested this cart out yet, but it seems well built. I would say for normal hunting in relatively flat terrian, it will be okay. If you have really rough terrian and long distances to haul game, a bigger cart with big wheels would probably be better. This cart's best feature is it's portability and lightweight.