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Re: New Jersey Bow Kill Video

Unread postby Turkeyboy44 » Sat Mar 22, 2014 9:52 am

Hooker wrote:Man you guys are downers!!!!! :x I understand that I should be wearing a belt. I'm not getting any younger and I have 3 kids to worry about. Most accidents happen while getting in or out of your set so a belt wouldn't help there and I just don't find them comfortable. I guess I should really start looking into one though. I wanna be around a while to keep harassing my wife. What is the lightest n easiest belt out there?


HSS is the easyest i think its a vest with two leg straps http://www.huntersafetysystem.com/harnesses/

we are only trying to make you safe :) im sure you wife will thank us for making you a pain in her but alot longer LOL
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Re: New Jersey Bow Kill Video

Unread postby nanuke22 » Sun Mar 23, 2014 9:22 am

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Hooker wrote: What is the lightest n easiest belt out there?

The Muddy Harness is one of the best, if not the best out there. I have one and love it.


Muddy harness you don't even know your wearing it, I hate bulky items so that's why I stayed away from the HHS JMO, by the way nice video's!!
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