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Originally posted by DarrinG:
Thanks, CRM-95.

How do you feel the stand will do/grip on hardwood trees such as oak?

I think it will be fine, but I'll find out for sure soon. I don't have any good trees here at the house, so the first tree I climbed when I got it was a hackberry in the back yard, which is a really slick barked tree that you should never climb lol. I didn't get very high and was very careful but it did ok on it. So I'm sure it'll be fine on oak trees.
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