I have a wildlife ranch in north east Texas and I'm looking at adding a few more box stands. Does anybody have "plans" for a 4x6 or a 4x4 tower box stand? I'll post current pics of my newest stands in the next couple of days to help give a better idea of what I'm looking for.
Brad R Armstrong
Bar None Ranch
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Thread: Deer Stand
10-25-2006, 06:23 PM #1ripbearer Guest
10-27-2006, 09:49 PM #2Senior Member
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go to local hunting / sporting good store and copy measurements & desighns to help in your desighn . . look at several diffrent styles
you can also take a few pics with digital camara, then you can look back at the pics on your computer if you cant remember later
10-27-2006, 11:22 PM #3
why cant you just copie the stands you already have?? or are you looking for some thing new? wood or steel or aluminum??
looking forward to the pic's.
good idea checking out whats in the stores and taking along a dig. cam. most of the big hunting places even have a few setup in the store.thanks for the help
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11-07-2006, 03:28 PM #4
we make ours out of 3/4" square tube frame then add 18 gauge sheet metal for the sides for an everlasting stand. for the roof we got a roofing buddie to bend some interlocking panels of the same metal. next we put 3/4" foam board in the inside for insulation. i put shelves under all the windows and add afew hooks for bags and gear."Why go around the mudhole when you can go through it"
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