United States -(AmmoLand.com)- If the wind blows your camper awning or tent canopy away, then your attempt to chase it down as it rolls through the rain-soaked campground in the dark might make a good story years later, but at the time, you won’t be having much fun.
In fact, hikers, hunters and anglers face all kinds of situations in which they need to safely secure all kinds of gear, from tents to pop-up hunting blinds, no matter how windy it gets.
More and more outdoorsmen are turning to the Claw, a lightweight, high-strength, multi-purpose anchoring system made by Millennium Outdoors, the same folks that hunters know make industry leading tree stands. It’s a simple, easy-to-use system: you set the Claw in the ground and tie your guy line to it, and whatever is on the other end of the line stays put. The Claw not only works reliably, it is compact, tough, and extremely economical.
That makes the Claw better than stakes, which are notoriously likely to fail, especially when the windy shifts direction. The low-profile Claw is also more convenient than screw-in anchor systems, which …Read the Rest