Primos® Trigger Stick™ Gun Rests
Steady your aim in the blink of any eye. The Trigger Stick is a quiet, lightweight, height-adjustable gunrest that's easily and precisely adjusted with one hand and a pull on the trigger. Detachable V-yoke for rock-solid positioning, whether standing or sitting. Straps to your gun to avoid loss. Color: Camo.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 33 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by BigHungry Must have! Really steadies the kill shot up for ya and makes for a more comfortable turkey hunt. Works great! April 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by jrk2585 highly recommend this product I was looking for a shooting stick that was easy to use and quiet. This is one of the best shooting stick I have used. Once you set the height you can just squeeze the trigger and you are ready to shoot. February 11, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Mikel54 Definitly worth the money! I don't own one, yet, but borrowed one during a moose hunt last fall. Would not have harvested my moose without the trigger stick. Worked perfectly to pull-off the 350 yd shot needed to take the moose. I will be ordering one of my own now, especially at this price. January 9, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by 1TURKE Bad stick Purchased the trigger stick and when I opened the package it would not work. The extension will not go in and out without forcing it. Sounds like there is an internal spring that is loose or something. There is no obvious way of opening the stick to see. I'm going to return it to the store and get another store credit, which is the way I ended up with the stick in the first place, trying to spend a credit for returning a Red Head rolling duffel bag that busted at two seams on it's first trip. Is it just me? Or....... Joe T January 8, 2013
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A:No. Tags say do not use for that purpose with good reason.
A:This is not designed to be used as a walking stick.
A:Not recommended by the manufacture, but don't see why not.
A:I've used the monopod as a "walking stick" while hunting, but I'd be hesitant to use it as a true "hiking stick". First, it only has a flat tip, not the "spike" tip that a lot of hiking sticks use. Second, it's a lot more rigid and a bit heavier than most hiking sticks that I've used. The last drawback is that when walking through heavy brush or in mud, those can "grab" the bottom end and pull it out to its full length, and you may find yourself constantly re-adjusting the length.
A:Yes. Not much different than with a rifle really.
A:That's what I was shooting when it broke. So I would say no.
A:Yes, provided there are no moving parts on the bottom of the cross-bow.
A:It's not designed fo that but I think it would help. Would probably go to a store and see how the rest is shaped to make sure you'd be happy. Maybe one with a flatter profile on the rest would help you more.
A:Was using it with crossbow when it broke. So I would say no.
A:As a fellow bow hunter, I don't see a way to use a bow and this shooting stick
A:Approx 6 feet to 3 feet
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