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The Two-Man High Chair Is Here

Postby BayouGuy » Wed May 15, 2013 10:54 am

I received many queries and requests for a two-man model of my High Chair deer stand. After playing around for a couple of weeks building a prototype - modifying and adjusting everything to get it just right - the plans are done. It came out NICE.

The build cost is around $125. It breaks down into four modules that can be transported in a 6 ft. pick-up bed: seat assembly (30 lbs.), floor assembly (30 lbs.), rear support frame (45 lbs.), and ladder assembly (75 lbs.).

As with the one-man model, the two-man can be set up and raised by one person in less than 30 minutes. But the ladder assembly on the two-man model needs two people to carry any more than a short distance.

Let me know if you want a set and I'll get them on the way to you.

........... Link to email (I hope this works.) - highchairstands@cox.net ..................

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Re: The Two-Man High Chair Is Here

Postby jbullard1 » Wed May 15, 2013 11:26 am

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Am I reading your ad right?
Pay for the plans after you get them ?
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Re: The Two-Man High Chair Is Here

Postby BayouGuy » Wed May 15, 2013 11:53 am

jbullard1 wrote:Bayouguy
Am I reading your ad right?
Pay for the plans after you get them ?



You're reading it right jbullard1. Sportsmen seem to be a pretty honest group of guys. I haven't been stiffed yet. :pray
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Re: The Two-Man High Chair Is Here

Postby BayouGuy » Sat Jul 06, 2013 12:11 pm

Here's the two-man model with a cheap burlap curtain hung from the shooting rail. You can move around all you want and game will never notice.

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Re: The Two-Man High Chair Is Here

Postby BayouGuy » Mon Sep 23, 2013 4:05 pm

The 2013/2014 season is over. Don't waste your summer. Build a stand or two for next year.

(Happy hunters in 19 States were sitting in comfort in their High Chairs this season.)
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Re: The Two-Man High Chair Is Here

Postby tensasghost » Thu Oct 29, 2015 12:48 am

BayouGuy wrote:I received many queries and requests for a two-man model of my High Chair deer stand. After playing around for a couple of weeks building a prototype - modifying and adjusting everything to get it just right - the plans are done. It came out NICE.

The build cost is around $125. It breaks down into four modules that can be transported in a 6 ft. pick-up bed: seat assembly (30 lbs.), floor assembly (30 lbs.), rear support frame (45 lbs.), and ladder assembly (75 lbs.).

As with the one-man model, the two-man can be set up and raised by one person in less than 30 minutes. But the ladder assembly on the two-man model needs two people to carry any more than a short distance.

Let me know if you want a set and I'll get them on the way to you.

........... Link to email (I hope this works.) - highchairstands@cox.net ..................

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Is that $125 worth of treated wood ?
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Re: The Two-Man High Chair Is Here

Postby BayouGuy » Thu Oct 29, 2015 5:32 am

That's the cost for everything needed for the build tensasghost; wood, EMT bracing, nuts & bolts, deck screws, etc.
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Re: The Two-Man High Chair Is Here

Postby BayouGuy » Thu Oct 29, 2015 5:34 am

Here are a couple of recent reviews.

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Re: The Two-Man High Chair Is Here

Postby BayouGuy » Thu Apr 21, 2016 9:04 pm

Bored? Nothing to do until next hunting season? Well DANGIT, build yourself a stand.

Thes build guides are not just drawings and measurements. They walk you through the build process step-by-step.

They have:
- a complete materials list,
- a tools list,
- a whole bunch of 'how to' pictures,
- step-by-step building instructions.

All that’s needed are a few common hand tools - circular saw, power drill, hack saw, hammer, and wrenches. Build it at home over a weekend. The stands break down into four modules that can be transported in a 6 ft. pickup bed, and take less than 30 minutes to reassemble in the field and stand up - and field assembly takes only one person.
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Re: The Two-Man High Chair Is Here

Postby singingwhodat » Sun Aug 07, 2016 9:27 pm

That is a great idea!


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