Primos® Trigger Stick™ Tripod
More legs result in greater stability when it's time to make your shot count! The Primos® Trigger Stick Tripod is designed for standing/kneeling. It features two-piece aluminum construction and a detachable V-yoke. Adjusts from 36.5'' to 61''. Color: Camo.
Manufacturer model #: 65496.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by ChampRanch FANTASIC! Hunting provides a huge part of my income. I operate Champion Ranch in Colorado City, Texas and we offer hunts for over 30 different species of exotics. Our hunting is primarily done by spot and stalk methods and these shooting sticks are an integral part of my daily operation. I have tried several different brands and styles and these are BY FAR THE BEST!!! March 7, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by GaWolf1 Best tripod i 've owned for hunting/target practic THE DEVICE USED TO ADJUST THE LEGS ON THE TRIPOD ARE UNIQUE. THE WEIGHT, DESIGN AND OVER ALL PERFORMANCE IS GOING THE BE HARD TO BEAT FOR THE PRICE. HANK March 2, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lindalhunter Shooting Sticks Primos® Trigger Stick™ Tripod are fantastic. I have used these for two (2) years and love them. They second as walking sticks. The first time I used them I was shocked at how steady I was while completing a standing shot. The second time I used them I was in a turkey blind and they worked effortlessly. I don't know of any other sthooting sticks that work this good. January 11, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Mortman Primos® Trigger Stick™ Tripod I have only used it for target shooting, it seems to hold the gun steady to hit the bull at 150 yards. I bought the single pole unit first but it was only usefull if you supported it to stop the sidways movement. I am going to try both in my tree stand to see which one works the best this week. November 16, 2010
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A:You can and I have, but it is not very handy because it is a bit cumbersome to manage with your gun or cross bow.
Details:Does the trigger head swivle like a camera tripod?
A:Yes, it does swivel.
A:Yes, Can be used as a camera tripod
A:Yes, it swivels with ease.
A:Not sure what you mean but the trigger unit is seperate from the legs.
A:Trigger unit is separate from the three legs and and unlocks the three legs when depressed.
A:The triger is on top of the three (3) legs that extend below and level when the triger is squeezed
A:It's very easy.. You pull the trigger & the legs adjust to the terrain. Once you're comfortable with the set-up, you just release the trigger & everything is locked in place
A:When you pull the trigger it activates all the legs to move at the same time but you can change the angle of each leg simply by moving your hand forward, backward, left, or right so it will set up easily on uneven terrain.
A:Not sure, doesn't feel real heavy. Check the shipping weight.
A:2 kilos. too much for a day stalking
A:just a few ounces. after hiking for a day, you'll have more concerns about dropping a few pounds yourself instead of the weight of this product
A:Around 3 pounds as a guestimation. I never weighed it but it's not heavy at all.
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