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When you are hunting, out in your deer stand, where do you put your gear - your weapon & ammo, gloves, thermos, binocs, range finder, calls, etc?

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Common Deer Stand Tray - Model A - Attachment points

Common Sense® Deer Stand Tray - Model A
for ladder deer stands

Model A - No drilling necessary for tray attachment. Place tray under stand seat, center tray so shelves extend an equal amount on both sides, and secure both sides and center with supplied cable ties.



Common Deer Stand Tray - Model A - Attachment points

Common Sense® Deer Stand Tray - Model B
for strap suspended seats

Model B - No drilling necessary for tray attachment. Place tray around or immediately under support arm (straps that suspend seats are attached to this arm) and secure both sides and center with supplied cable ties.



Common Sense® Deer Stand Tray - Model C
for tripod style stands

Model C - Drilling required for attachment of support braces to stand frame. Determine your preferred shelf height and location (front, or right or left side, etc.). Measure and mark both frames where support braces will attach. Hold support brace to marked height and and mark through predrilled holes in brace to frame. Drill two 5/16-inch holes for each support brace through frame. Attach both support braces to frame using supplied 1 1/2-inch bolts, washers and nuts. Measure from one support brace to other support brace; set narrower tray side into wider tray side; slide trays to lenght slightly more than measurement from support brace to support brace. Attach tray halves using two supplied 1-inch bolts, four supplied fender washers and two nuts. Position these bolts as close to end of tray as possible for added strenght. Align tray on top of support braces and attach with supplied 1-inch bolts, fender washers and nuts.

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