First Look: Millennium G100 and G200 Shooting Chairs

posted on November 9, 2021

Staying quiet and comfortable is often the key to success. Whether hunkered down waiting for the birds to come or scanning for a big whitetail, sitting stealthily is paramount.

Millenium’s G100 Shooting Chair is designed with lightweight engineering, which allows it to either go portable, or stay mounted in the blind.

Aluminum helps with this, while the legs and back fold in for a diminished size. 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. 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. Bowhunters will enjoy the attachable M600 bow-holder, keeping bows close at hand and 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. It is also drilled to accept the G101 shooting-stick mount. Further, all Millennium Climbing Sticks meet or exceed industry standards recognized by Treestand Manufacturers Association.

For more information, check out millenniumstands.comG100 MSRP: $224.99; G200 MSRP: $165.99


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