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The Mancini 360 Climbing Treestand #2735342
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So my nephew is thinking about buying his first treestand. Have any of yall ever used The Manchini 360? Any thoughts? The concept definitely looks like it waa invented by a hunter? Never even heard of the thing before today.

http://superioroutdoorsupply.com/mancini-360/

Re: The Mancini 360 Climbing Treestand [Re: jallencrockett] #2735345
02/12/19 01:20 AM
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jallen it weighs 25 lbs, consider his gear, weapon and that stand. No way I'd consider that. ONLY $470 ??????
ONLY??? Everyone screams about a Treewalker being $350. It also doesn't say where it is made. That equates to China for me. I only buy climbers made in the USA.


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Re: The Mancini 360 Climbing Treestand [Re: jallencrockett] #2735350
02/12/19 01:54 AM
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JC tell him to look at a summit 180 max. Much lighter than that and cheaper. Most comfortable stand ive sat in to date.

Re: The Mancini 360 Climbing Treestand [Re: jallencrockett] #2735402
02/12/19 07:23 AM
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I looked at them online. A lot of moving parts equals noise if you ask me. Weigh didn’t sound good and price made me agreed I will stick with the goliath’s Lol. I will say I was intrigued by the stand though.

Re: The Mancini 360 Climbing Treestand [Re: jallencrockett] #2735412
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Aluminum summit viper. Throw a foot rest and molle back pack straps on it and you've got a cadillac for years to come.


It is easier to fool a man than to convince him he has been fooled.
Re: The Mancini 360 Climbing Treestand [Re: jallencrockett] #2735470
02/12/19 08:21 AM
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that guy still trying to sell those things he used to show up to the buckmaster expo every year with a couple of those it looks like a good idea but #1 its heavy #2 it's big #3 its uncomfortable imagine sitting in a spokeless bicycle wheel #4 its lined with rollers that I cant see lasting very long before they either break or start making alot of noise. for almost $500 I'd buy a few summits and leave one or two in the woods so I didnt have to tote one in and out every hunt. the base is large enough to stand up there is no reason to need rollers when you can just stand up.

Last edited by GKelly; 02/12/19 08:26 AM.
Re: The Mancini 360 Climbing Treestand [Re: AUstan23] #2735577
02/12/19 10:06 AM
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Originally Posted by AUstan23
Aluminum summit viper. Throw a foot rest and molle back pack straps on it and you've got a cadillac for years to come.

This or a goliath with the footrest is the ticket.


Dying ain't much of a living boy...Josey Wales
Re: The Mancini 360 Climbing Treestand [Re: jallencrockett] #2735582
02/12/19 10:10 AM
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That thing is 25# and huge. No way.


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Re: The Mancini 360 Climbing Treestand [Re: jallencrockett] #2735623
02/12/19 10:40 AM
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I have never ever sat in a Summit stand that I liked. Owned 4-5 and threw away or gave away all. Will checkout Goliath. Weight is NO ISSUE. The nephew is world class stupid shape and in shape. Couple years ago he won fittest person at Montgomery MFD and if you know anything about Mont. MFD, that is saying sonething. Climber would only be moved a few times a season. Land we hunt we leave stands out unless relocating.

Re: The Mancini 360 Climbing Treestand [Re: jallencrockett] #2735638
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My Goliath weights 21 lbs.. best stand I think you can right now. Bought my second last week off eBay for 319.00 shipped.

Re: The Mancini 360 Climbing Treestand [Re: jallencrockett] #2735648
02/12/19 11:02 AM
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I have an old API that I’ve enjoyed for many years. Stealth model I believe. Been using a tree walker for the past two seasons and I wouldn’t trade it. Fairly light. Tons of room and comfortable and versatile (face the tree or back to tree). Bites into the tree like nothing I’ve used before. I think it would dig into a concrete pole if you tried. Rock solid and not only made int the USA, but in the South!! LOL


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Re: The Mancini 360 Climbing Treestand [Re: jallencrockett] #2735650
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I hunt 360 with a Summit Viper . And I don't worry if I spent too much.

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Re: The Mancini 360 Climbing Treestand [Re: jallencrockett] #2735656
02/12/19 11:13 AM
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Originally Posted by jallencrockett
I have never ever sat in a Summit stand that I liked. Owned 4-5 and threw away or gave away all. Will checkout Goliath. Weight is NO ISSUE. The nephew is world class stupid shape and in shape. Couple years ago he won fittest person at Montgomery MFD and if you know anything about Mont. MFD, that is saying sonething. Climber would only be moved a few times a season. Land we hunt we leave stands out unless relocating.


I’m in world class stupid shape and very strong.. I’ll attest to the fitness levels of Mfd but I won’t own a heavy climber.
Who’s your nephew I have a climber I’d let him have for a good price.
I use 180, Goliath, and the viper

Last edited by bdw32; 02/12/19 11:13 AM.
Re: The Mancini 360 Climbing Treestand [Re: jallencrockett] #2735658
02/12/19 11:17 AM
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Looks like a carrier for a wash tub


"I dont quit.. And ill fight alone if i have to"
Re: The Mancini 360 Climbing Treestand [Re: 2Tgunworks] #2735693
02/12/19 11:51 AM
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Originally Posted by 2Tgunworks
My Goliath weights 21 lbs.. best stand I think you can right now. Bought my second last week off eBay for 319.00 shipped.

You paid Waaay too much. You could have bought it on midway USA for 189 plus shipping.


Dying ain't much of a living boy...Josey Wales
Re: The Mancini 360 Climbing Treestand [Re: jallencrockett] #2735695
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I don't understand the logic of hunting from a climber over a lockon if you are gonna leave them in the woods? With lockons and ladder sticks as light as they are now you can walk in the woods and set them up about as fast has hooking on a climber and climbing up. Once the lockon is up its No Noise and No Sweat. What am I missing?

Re: The Mancini 360 Climbing Treestand [Re: crocker] #2735718
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Originally Posted by crocker
I don't understand the logic of hunting from a climber over a lockon if you are gonna leave them in the woods? With lockons and ladder sticks as light as they are now you can walk in the woods and set them up about as fast has hooking on a climber and climbing up. Once the lockon is up its No Noise and No Sweat. What am I missing?

For me, there are 2 factors that would influence the hang on vs. climber question; financial resources and desired number of stand locations. If someone with a limited budget wanted the ability to hunt multiple locations, owning a single climber might be better than owning multiple hang on stands or re-hanging a single hang on + sticks for each location.

Re: The Mancini 360 Climbing Treestand [Re: dsayer] #2735736
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I like to hunt nose bleed high. First lock on I tried to use at those heights scared the bejeesus out of me. Other than that climbers are just so easy to move, make sense for large properties.


Quack quack.
Re: The Mancini 360 Climbing Treestand [Re: jallencrockett] #2735749
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Originally Posted by jallencrockett
I have never ever sat in a Summit stand that I liked. Owned 4-5 and threw away or gave away all. Will checkout Goliath. Weight is NO ISSUE. The nephew is world class stupid shape and in shape. Couple years ago he won fittest person at Montgomery MFD and if you know anything about Mont. MFD, that is saying sonething. Climber would only be moved a few times a season. Land we hunt we leave stands out unless relocating.


If that’s the case why wouldn’t you just take that money and buy 3-4 nice ladder stands ?

Re: The Mancini 360 Climbing Treestand [Re: crocker] #2735753
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Originally Posted by crocker
I don't understand the logic of hunting from a climber over a lockon if you are gonna leave them in the woods? With lockons and ladder sticks as light as they are now you can walk in the woods and set them up about as fast has hooking on a climber and climbing up. Once the lockon is up its No Noise and No Sweat. What am I missing?

Some of us are not monkeys made for hanging off a tree and setting up a lock on and steps. And I do not like sitting on pissant seat on a platform without a shooting rail.

Very logical.


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