Hunter's Specialties® V-Pod Gun Rest - Model 00614

   

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Adjustable 15.5"-32.5" height

  • Helps stabilize gun for clean targeting
  • Simplicity and stability combined
  • Two telescoping aluminum sections for stability
  • Heavy duty springs
  • Designed to fit 12- and 20-gauge shotguns
  • Adjusts from 15.5" to 32.5"
Let Hunter's Specialties help guarantee a good clean kill shot on that big tom you have been waiting for. The Hunter's Specialties' V-Pod Gun Rest combines the simplicity of a monopod with the stability of a bipod. Features two telescoping aluminum sections made of larger aluminum stock. Heavy-duty bottom springs on the legs open for two points of contact with the ground, keeping the gun stable. Clamps to 12- and 20-gauge barrels.
Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by This thing is great. I bought this gun rest because the mono pod shooting sticks are a pain in the neck ,to carry ,and put on your gun while trying to set up quick. this rest stay's put on your gun barrel. It doesen't slide off. And no noisy velcro tabs that alert game. Iliked it so much i put one on my slug gun. April 22, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Investment/Addition I've been searching for a good quality monopod to use on my turkey gun for the upcoming 2009 PA spring gobbler season. The first thing I like about this product is the ease of installation. I have a Benelli Nova 12ga turkey gun and had the shooting stick installed in less than 5 minutes. I think it actually took me longer to open the packaging. I've taken it out with me on a few test runs during preseason scouting. It doesn't add much weight at all and is quick to set-up in the field. I was able to sit for hours without the gun falling over. The shoulder harness is a nice bonus as well. Great for hands free calling and keeps your gun in shooting position. I would definitely buy this product again for another gun. It's nice when a company can deliver a quality product and actually deliver on what they say it will do. It's a great investment and addition to my turkey/hunting accessories. April 16, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by Hunter's Specialties Shooting Stick The only problem that I had after puechasing the V-Pod shoothing stick was that no set screws were included. Other than that, it was easy to use and is very nice. Just as the ohers stated, I did have to use the thin piece of rubber for my 12 GA April 14, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by Its a good product I got this for Christmas 2008 and went to put it on my gun and it broke right off. I sent it back and Bass Pro sent me another one really quick. I got it installed on my 12 gauge real quick. But like the other guy said I had to use the thin rubber pad and not the one for the 12 gauge. I can't wait now to use it for turkey season this spring!! February 8, 2009
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Use Remington 700 for deer hunting. Have tried monopods and bipods and am not happy with results.

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I would not recommend using the shooting rest during hunting. It is designed for target shooting and sighting in your rifle.
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The manufacturer list this to fit on 12-gauge and 20-gauge Shotguns only. Thanks
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Out of the package it will not. You would need to make an adapter to mount to the base of the forearm.
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I don't think so.
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No, it has a rounded tube for connecting to shotgun barrels only
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no because it mounts to the barrel not the fore end stock.
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unless u have a crossbow with a barrel on it, nope. sorry
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Yes. But the barrel clips break very easy.
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Yes.
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it sticks out about 2inches farther then my barrel is long
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Yes, It does fold up parallel to the barrel. I wouldn't advise shooting with the shooting stick in the folded up position, especially if you have a shorter barrel. It will stick out in front of the muzzle approx. 6"-2". Hope this helps!
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If you have a round barrel, probably.
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I believe so as .50 cal. is a 12 gauge; I certainly plan to use during muzzle loader season. Device fits 12 and 20 gauge guns.
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dont think so but u could allways return it
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I doubt that it would work, but you could always try it and see, and if it doesn't send it back, but I would assume that you need to use those shooting sticks or something where all you have to do is just set your gun on it and not fasten it to anything
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