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Millennium’s Versatile G100 and G200 Shooting Chairs: The Ultimate in Stealth and Comfort
Avid hunters know that staying quiet and comfortable is the key to success. Whether you are hunkered down waiting for the birds to come or have your eyes on ultra-scan mode for a big whitetail, sitting stealthily is paramount to staying in the field longer and being successful.
Millenium’s G100 Shooting Chair was designed by hunters for hunters. The lightweight, portable engineering allows you to take this chair on the go or leave it in the blind to slip into the next morning.
Aluminum construction keeps the chair lightweight, and the legs and back fold in for portability. Carry it in one hand, sling it over your shoulder, or attach it to your pack to hunt game on the go or get farther into the backcountry.
Comfort was at the forefront of the development, and the ComfortMax fabric is breathable for those hot days and provides plenty of support no matter what the weather is.
Hunters seldom find level ground to set up on, but the G100 has legs that extend from 13 to 18 inches, allowing the chair to be leveled and remain sturdy with three solid contact points.
When accuracy counts, the G101 shooting stick mount can be attached to the chair to ensure you are on target when opportunity knocks. Bowhunters will enjoy the attachable M600 bow-holder, keeping your bow close at hand and your arms well-rested.
The G200 Shooting Chair is a specialty design for elevated and box stands. With all the comfort and portability of the G100, the G200 extends 18 to 23 inches, giving more adjustment to ensure visibility out of the windows in different configurations of blinds. Sit quietly, comfortably, and well-rested with a bird’s eye view while enjoying the comforts of total concealment from the elements. The G200 is also pre-drilled to accept the G101 shooting stick mount.
As with any Millennium product, these chairs are built to last. Well-engineered and durable construction will ensure years of use no matter how rigorously you test these seats.
Whether you’re a hunter on the go or one that has a favorite box blind, the G100 and G200 shooting chairs cover all the bases for a hunter with patience that wants the stealth to match.
All Millennium Climbing Sticks meet or exceed industry standards recognized by Treestand Manufacturers Association. More information is available at www.millenniumstands.com.
G100 Shooting ChairThree Independently adjustable legs for uneven terrainAdjustable height: 13-18 inchesSeat swivels at 360°All aluminum constructionDurable powder coat finishComfortable, quiet, easy setupQuick & easy pack-up for transportationExclusive, patented ComfortMAX contoured, tight sling seatPre-drilled for the G101 Shooting Stick MountCapacity: 400 lbs.Weight: 8.5 lbs.Seat Size: W 20” D 17”Seat Height: 16-19”MSRP: $224.99
G200 Shooting ChairSteel baseSeat swivels at 360°Aluminum and steel constructionAdjustable height: 18-23 inchesAdjustable feet: up to 2”Reclining aluminum seatDurable powder coat finishComfortable, quiet, easy setupQuick & easy pack-up for transportationExclusive, patented ComfortMAX seat designCapacity: 400 lbs.Weight: 17 lbs.Seat Size W 20” D 17”MSRP: $165.99
At Millennium Outdoors, manufacturer of Millennium Treestands, OL’MAN Treestands, and Millennium Marine, we are committed to ensuring each hunter and angler can make the most out of every season, from the big bucks in the fall to gobblers in the spring, from redfish on flats to crappie and bass in lakes, and every species and season in between. From innovative hang-on and ladder stands to ground blind chairs, fishing seats, and rod holders, Millennium Outdoors and its brands are dedicated to providing quality products to avid outdoor enthusiasts. Millennium’s reputation has been built on comfort, safety, quality, and versatility that hunters and anglers recognize and appreciate.
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