Tip: How To Silently Transport Rattling Antlers

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Most whitetail hunters consider this to be, “…the most wonderful time of the year!” The whitetail rut is kicking in, buck sightings are increasing and the chances of killing a bruiser buck are at an all-time high.
This is also the time of year when mimicking the sound of a buck brawl can be the ticket for getting a buck within shooting range. But how can the bowhunter silently transport a set of noisy antlers?
silently transport rattling antlers
First, I have to give credit where credit is due. This tip would never have been possible had not Todd Pringnitz, Owner/President of White Knuckle Productions-Whitetails Inc and Wicked Tree Gear, handed me a package at the Indianapolis Deer, Turkey and Waterfowl Expo and said, “Try these!”
What Todd handed me was a pack of two small rubber straps made by a company called Kwik-Strap. Todd informed me these convenient straps were the answer to silently carrying rattling antlers to and from a stand.
Mr. Pringnitz (the whitetail guru) was right!
These small rubber straps can be adjusted to fit most any size set of rattling antlers and will literally ‘silence’ them. Say goodbye to accidental rattling and unwanted noise.
So, if you’re tired of your rattling antlers making noise when you don’t want them to, check out Kwik-Strap today.
These babies work!

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Christ follower, husband, father and founder of 365 Whitetail. Randy is the former Online Editorial Director for Petersen's Bowhunting, Petersen's Hunting, North American Whitetailand Bowhunter Magazine. His passions include fly fishing, photography and exploring wild places.

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