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    Default Easy Meat rack in the field

    Awhile ago I posted about making a bracket for a meat rack. I thought it would be a good idea but after listing to a few people on here I scrapped the idea. When we left for our hunt this year I brought along some screw in tree stand steps. They worked perfect. Just thought I would share this little tip. I know it won't work everywhere but seemed to do the trick nicely. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1349234385.996890.jpgImageUploadedByTapatalk1349234411.288529.jpg

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    That is a good tip, I use them around camp for a lot of stuff and never thought of that.

    Here I'm using them to filter water after letting the water settle overnight in a bucket.



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    Steve
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    much better than the pound-in spikes I used to use. thanks for the tip.

    Chris

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    and easier to remove, crow bars mash fingers sometimes

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    I'm actually surprised they held up to that kind of weight.....

    Good idea....
    Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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