Stoney Point® Expedition Monopod
Stoney Point's high-strength, lightweight aluminum walking/shooting monopod provides a steady rest for off-hand shots. Two telescoping tubes quickly lock in place. V-cradle allows for unlimited panning. Includes camera stud for attaching photo gear or spotting scopes. Adjusts from 35" to 65". Weight: 11 oz. Made in USA.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by snowman777 Super sturdy I bought the 2-tube Expedition, it's very light in weight, great quality and super sturdy. Fully extended the V-yoke reaches to about eye level on me [I'm 6'4"]. Changing/resetting/adjusting the height of the monopod takes literally one second by turning the Posi-Lock. I highly recommend this product. January 3, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by BHMonster Steady!? I have both this product and a bipod. I tend to like the bipod because it is steadier, but I do like the fact that this also is a good walking stick. I used it a couple times in Wyoming and was successful with it. I would recommend the product. April 24, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by ejkkj Good product Used it in Wyoming for antelope and prairie dogs, it worked great. Also did lots of walking using it as a walking stick in some rough and steep areas, also worked well. It is not as steady as a bipod or tripod but much easier to carry and since it doubles as a walking stick, it is a very good compromise. December 7, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2045129 Best monopod you can buy I just bought one of these (though it is a shorter 24"-62" version). I haven't had a chance to use it in the field, but I have handled just about every monopod/bipod out there and this one is the sturdiest I've ever seen. Most monopods I have handled feel wobbly when used as a walking stick, but this thing is rock-solid. I can't believe that it costs so little. I truly would expect to pay $80-$100 for something like this, considering what other monopods are going for. October 26, 2008
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A:Fully adjustable within the range. Just unscrew, pull to length and tighten. I like that you tighten the shaft, not some collar.
A:from 32 to 64 and anywhere in between
A:it will adjust and lock tightly any where i have tried it i am not over six foot tall however. if u are much over that u might want to make sure it will adjust to your comfort level
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