TODAY’S PATENT – SAFETY HARNESS FOR HUNTERS
The SAFETY HARNESS FOR HUNTERS was invented by Paul Leggett (Jackson, MS) on the 16th of June, 1981 bearing patent number US4273215A.
The present invention relates to a safety harness and the major focus on this invention was its comfortable safety. This safety harness has a chest, waist, and shoulder web, and each is engaged slideably by a rear gang connector which is a lifeline web. The lifeline web has one end which is the object web which is an adjustable loop for the attachment to a tree and the other end is connected to the rear gang connector. Quick-release adjustable buckles are attached. The shoulder web is attached to the rear gang connector near the center of the web and is attached to the chest web at its ends, with one end affixed to it, the other end forming a loop and attached to a front gang connector that is attached to the chest web. Attaches the web to the slide. The webs are made of a suitably two-inch-wide seatbelt-type material, and quick-release buckles may include suitably auto seatbelt-type buckles. This safety harness increases the comfort of the user and even diminishes the chances of getting injured. Thereby, this safety harness is a more comfortable as well as convenient one.