3 Minute DIY (Public Land Legal) Bow Hanger
I had trouble finding public land legal bow hanger options that were compact and quiet to carry. I also wanted something that would allow for the incorporation of the 1″ webbing strap I was already using to lash my back pack to my stand platform so as to cut down on the amount of gear I would need to carry into the woods. After trying many different things, I stumbled upon a composite rafter square I no longer was using and it ended up being exactly what I was looking for. I drilled holes to make a slot for the webbing strap to thread through and finished this off with a carpenters knife. A simple band saw did the trick for the rest of the cutting and the hanger is wide enough to accomodate split limb bows and sturdy enough to support even the heaviest models.
Here is a time lapse of the 3 minute project: