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CargoBuckle Up Makes Processing Your Deer a Breeze!

by Bow Staff 13. October 2010 02:53
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As most bowhunters know, once we have the fortune of harvesting a deer, the real work begins.  This often includes trying with great effort loading that monster buck up in the bed of our pickup truck or trying to get it elevated for field dressing and/or processing.  This is can be an exhausting and sometimes painful process for even the most able bodied hunter.  Fortunately, the folks at CargoBuckle have developed a system designed to effortlessly elevate your harvested deer. 

• Unique- The only retractable, ratcheting gambrel on the market. 
• Convenient- Self retracting web eliminates tangled or knotted rope.
• Easy-to-Use- Just hook and ratchet to lift.  Releases with easy-release lever.
• Versatile- Allows single person use in the field or other locations.
• Heavy Duty- 1,900 pound break strength and 633-pound working load.
• Multiple Uses- Can be used as a gambrel or as an additional tie down for your ATV or UTV.

The new CargoBuckle Up lift system is the only retractable, ratcheting gambrel on the market.  The versatile hunting gambrel effortlessly elevates a deer for field dressing or for loading onto an ATV, UTV or truck.  When the job is done, the deer can be quickly released with the easy-release lever.  Just hook, ratchet and GO!

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