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GDPolk
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Anyone use both and have a preference between the two?

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Sarrels Sierra Mountain Longbow - 53.5lbs @ 29"
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GDPolk
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Guess not. I'll have to buy and try to get good info on the pros/cons on this one.

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Sarrels Sierra Mountain Longbow - 53.5lbs @ 29"
GT Traditional 5575 - 225gr up front for 22% FOC

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Schmidty3
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I can't say that I've tried those things. They seem neat.

Instead of replying with the way I do it here I started another thread.

http://tradgang.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=1&t=155924

Maybe it helps

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Terry Green
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Polk...maybe some don't know what these items are....I for one don't. Never heard of them...and being on this site all the time I hear of a lot more than I want to at times!!! [jumper] [jumper] [jumper]

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quote:
Originally posted by Terry Green:
Polk...maybe some don't know what these items are....I for one don't. Never heard of them...and being on this site all the time I hear of a lot more than I want to at times!!! [jumper] [jumper] [jumper]

I totally understand. I didn't know about the Talons either until a few days ago. I didn't know if it was simply another way to skin the cat or if they perhaps were a bit better of a solution for holding the sticks in a mobile setup. There's very little information from what I can find through Google to compare them so I figured I would ask here as a lot of folks here use the Wolf stands.

I'll just have to try some out for myself and weigh in on the pro's and con's of each throughout the season.

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GT Traditional 5575 - 225gr up front for 22% FOC

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Have never tried the LW stick quiver, but do have a set of the talons.

Primary pro that i see, for the talons, is that you mount them off-set of the seat post; thereby allowing you to leave the the talons and sticks mounted while you climb (removing one at a time as you go up).

And then not having to remove them from stand when ready to hang stand, like i assumed you'd have to with the stick quiver.

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