shogrran: Uh huh.. but if you're not careful climbing up and your foot hooks the step
upwards -- you undid the whole step.
omegaman222000: Pure 1980's gimmick gayness!
Dennis Nakashima: Great invention! How can I get one?
davey jones: Why are these no longer being made?! Bring them back!
Simons Tree Surgery: Seems like Stepp Ladder is really worth using!! Climbing tree will be
easier using such ladder. Been using a similar type ladder since last year.
Badass Wood: I love janky hunting stuff... professionals use harnesses, specified
climbing and decending knots, or equipment and arborist rated rope for a
Nathan Nostaw: the big guy is an idiot, but I like the steps, great idea
alen contrarez: why wouldnt you just use nails?
ThoughtfulGeek: Awesome invention!
ruben dario Quimbaya: who invent this,,, is very god, congratulation disculpa my unglish i from
Rick Stubbs: Just got my 10 steps...i pitty these texas white tails this year....Jim
Stepp is the man...these are the best climbing system iv ever used and iv
used them all...
Gerard Gibson: This is a quick survey that I made as part of a project for a class that I
am currently enrolled. It would be greatly appreciated if anyone who hunts
would take this survey.
TheBongo121: Ok... All I want to know is where can I buy mine. Brilliant invention
Matt Dieringer: Ever heard of "Leave no Trace"?
bennie villanueva: Ordered 10 steps from Jim quick shipping there just like the video.. You
can put them where you want, big spacing or little spacing,run them on the
back of tree an then then around to your stand entrance. No need to carry a
big put together ladder!
Mike Oxbig: Great video... But you forgot to put the price..
ruben dario Quimbaya: but the hunting is very bad, dont kill any thing, respect to the life
todo ser vivo tiene el derecho de existir y por eso en este momento esta
vivo, no lo mates respeto total por cualquier ttipo de vida
therussianredneck7: Why do I feel like I'm watching an episode of family guy?
rangersct: Too slow, too cumbersome especially if up high try to tie this. Looks hard
enough on the ground. Maybe it's just me..probably is just me.
steffankaizer: is there a date on the video
Glader08: Haha "good for you Harry..."
David Montgomery: haha...yes it is indeed sir
Fotrane: I just came across this system only to find that he's right down the road
from me. Are there any left?
HuntersHeartTeam: How much are they?
Ira Hall: I contacted the email and received a suspiciously spam "sounding" response.
It seemed rather scripted but basically explained that the system isnt
commercially available and the original videos date back to 1991. Jim also
said it was someone else who had "resurfaced" the videos and created a new
interest in the system. He explained that although the full system was no
longer available he had components still available. Which he went on to
explain that everything except the bag and ropes were
rjinterr: Jim sounds like George W Bush when he speaks. hey is this company still in
business? These steps are ure genius
justinswi: HM R THEY\
Unguidedone: i use a hookshot, works very fast lol.
Bulldog187th: Sorry for posting more, but I saw another video on this and noticed
something. When the step is flipped and locked into place I see a open spot
between the tree and the round cross bar. Is this big enough that a boot
could slip through and get caught leaving me hanging upside down? Just a
way to fix this might be a small piece of expansion metal welded across
that area but leaving room to tie the rope.
David Montgomery: Hi Bulldog..the rope that is hanging down from each stepp is a single
rope...doe not get in the way...wanted to keep it simple...rubber can rot
or tear..I know some guys that bury their stepps when they are not using
them during the hunting season...they only have to replace the rope every
ten or so years when it starts to fray...if you want a set contact Jim the
inventor at firstname.lastname@example.org he has some left and then that might be it
Rick Quevy: i will use these with the Guidoes web spelling might be wrong...
Ghostman113: Wow, looks nice! Price? And can you buy thoose in Sweden?
David Montgomery: Email the inventor Jim Stepp at email@example.com I think they are 6
bucks a step but he can fill in the details...thanks
David Montgomery: Ira thanks for posting. Jim gets a lot of email requesting information on
the stepps...because of this he has certain information that he sends to
people that are asking for stepp product info. If your not interested in
the stepps thats fine..there are only a few left and then they are
gone..but please don't bad mouth Jim...anyone that knows him knows that he
is as genuine as it gets and not someone to lie or deceive about
anything....thanks David (the guy that posted the videos)
Janiece Moore: V...C...R? Gasp an ancient artifact.
David Montgomery: firstname.lastname@example.org ...did you try that?
Nilesh Bhise: Tried to email them but delivery failed permanently
Miguel Mayorca: Cares who?
jorndis: its till not an excuse and that statement is very unlikely in a forest...
Corey Morgan: @mainemonty How much does a 16' pack run?
Erwin Rommel: Would have more fun if Gary had climbed the steps.
KatJaguar1122: I am going to research this, because if what jorndis say is true, then it
is very important. There is already a fungus all over this country in
forests killing trees, so it is important. Without trees, you don't have
habitat for those deer you likely would like to hunt.
theRivera87: where can I buy this stepp ladder?
bigweb0311: Nope his email ain't workin! Dammit!
173warrior: when all said and done how far will this reach up a tree?
Connor Mitchell: Well how much are they harry?....
David Montgomery: Email the inventor Jim Stepp at email@example.com and he can hook you up
Stepp Ladder...best tree climbing system ever made..good for hunting...yezzr4.2
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