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First Look: Millennium Q200 Buck Hut

First Look: Millennium Q200 Buck Hut

For deer hunters looking for a ready-to-deploy elevated shooting house rather than trying to construct a DIY version, Millennium Treestands has a solution with the Q200 Buck Hut. The shooting house framework, platform and ladder are constructed of heavy-duty powder-coated steel using Millennium’s SteelTough construction, while the rugged exterior shell is made of heavy-duty water-resistant fabric. The Buck Hut incorporates Millennium’s SilentHunt Design to keep things quiet, and the sturdy steel ladder features non-slip steps and a pair of steel rail handles up top to help keep hunters steady as they enter and exit the shooting house through a large side door.
Q200 Buck Hut Shoot House on White
The room itself measures 7.3-feet X 4-feet, with a 7-foot interior heightplenty of room for standing shots. Each of the windows can be configured for hunting with a rifle, crossbow or vertical bow, and each window has an adjustable shooting rest. Even the door doubles a window so hunters can see what’s happening from behind. Black windows and an all-black interior finish off the interior, for the sake of concealment.

Q200 Interior Window

The Buck Hut is made to allow up to two Millennium M369 Revolution ComfortMax contoured tight-sling hunting seats. These seats swivel 360º, and lift up and out of the way for standing shots, allowing the hunter to move around the shooting house as necessary.
Q200 house section
For more information on this shoot house, which is rated to hold up to 750 pounds, and stands at a total height of 15 feet 8 inches, check out millenniumstands.comMSRP: $855.99

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