Didn't mean to talk down to you, wasn't sure if you were just starting with it. Don't have any experience with them, but I have seen them used and looks like they would be great for the stand.Right , might get a shot at another deer. In Ct. we get 4 archery tags.
I member when I started with my first one I had no idea. I called my brother-in-law and asked him if I should cock it on the ground, or wait until I got up in the stand? He said that he kept his cocked all season long! LOL that was some questionable advice there. ha haNo problem longbow.
Take a look at the “4x4 Kocker” by DrStirrup. Canadian made rope cocker and has extra “pulleys” and bigger handles to aid in making cocking easier.A rope cocking device came with the bow. It's o.k., but I think it would be difficult to cock the bow in a tree stand. Anyone have experience with the crank type devices?