Primos Pull-Up Rope

Primos Pull-Up Rope
From Primos Hunting Calls

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Average customer review:
(4.5 stars, based on 186 reviews)

Product Details

  • Sales Rank: #573 in Sports & Outdoors
  • Brand: Primos Hunting Calls
  • Model: 6533
  • Released on: 2010-07-01
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 2.00" h x 3.00" w x 4.75" l, .24 pounds


  • Quality materials used for all primos products
  • 100% designed and tested for the toughest situations and environments
  • Whether you are a professional, recreational user, or even casual, primos will fit the mold for all types of people

Primos Pull-Up rope< br/>< br/>•hoist gun bow or gear into treestand •3/8 inch diameter< br/>< br/> 30' long camo nylon rope •snap hooks at both ends.

Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
1Wouldn't recommend it.
By Brooklyn C. B.
My second time using this the plastic clip broke in half as I was pulling my rifle into the tree climber. It dropped my rifle to the ground from about 5-10 ft up. Wouldn't recommend it.

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
5Good for pulling things up into a deer stand.
By R. S. Rehmel
What can I say its a rope with two hooks. The hooks are of a good plastic. Ends of the rope are passed through the loop on the bottom of the hook. The bitter end is placed parallel to the line and then a 20mm long metal clamp has been pressed down to hold the lines together. Not sure how well this will hold up. So far so good.

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
3A decent haul line
By Thomas J. Venditto
INITIAL IMPRESSION: I like the two biners. The rope resists knotting up.

UPDATE: I actually used the rope many times this season. The two biners I love so much are terrible. They're too small to easily clip my bow cam and they're difficult to engage especially with cold or wet hands, forget gloves! Ok, so I have to pass the rope thru the cam and engage the biner on the rope. It may be better for the cam.
The rope gets knotted like all haul lines, but if you get them soon, they come out easy.

Also, the rope seems VERY long . . . that's a good thing, I guess.

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