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 TScottW How did I hunt before this? I used my monopole for the first time this season. Not quite sure how I hunted without it all these years. Bought it to use with an Encore pistol but found it just as handy for rifle and muzzleloader. Ended the season with the monopod and muzzleloader by making a 140 yard heart shot on a doe. Great tool for walking, hunting and using a spotting scope. March 5, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by Natalie1ShotWonderDallas Can't Live Without It !!! 5-Star ***** As my Nickname indicates, I'm from Dallas. My name was drawn by the Iowa DNR to hunt in a specific zone back in December, 2005, for Whitetail, of course. I went to the Bass Pro up in Council Bluffs once I arrived to where I would be hunting. Before I went to the store, I put together the 14' & 10' Strongbuilt deer blinds I brought along from home (of course I had help!) and as I'm doing this I got to thinking that a 'rest' of some sort would be prudent especially if I'm stalking as I normally do when I hunt. So off to Bass Pro I go. The sales gentleman couldn't be more helpful. I'm not sure if it was because I'm a woman, however, I LOVE that store nonetheless. The Stoney Point Expedition Monopod came highly recommended and holding one in my hands to get the feel and actually placing a rifle on the top instantly made me feel comfortable. I could pivot literally on a dime! No matter what position, in so far as height I put myself in, the Monopod didn't miss an angle! The 'look' and 'feel' is outstanding. The 'ease' in which you can 'telescope' up or down with absolutely no noise from the tubes 'rubbing' was one of my main concerns. Later in the next year (Aug.31-Sept.14, 2006), I take myself to South Africa on a hunting safari and make MY 15yr dream come true. I had saved many years to be able to go. Okay, so I go to the Bass Pro in Grapevine, Texas....near Dallas....and purchase a SKB Double Gun Case (indestructable!) for my .300 WeatherbyMag Alaskan I'm taking with me (Yes, I did all my own paperwork!) and there has to be room for my trusty Expedition Monopod. We are the best of friends by now. Of the 6 animals taken (and ONLY 6 bullets used....LOL), I had the opportunity to harvest 4 of them using the Monopod. I'm sure you're dying to know....BlueWildebeest, Warthog, Blesbuck, Impala(25"+). The Greater Kudu (horns over 54" on the hoof) and Gemsbuck I used other 'rests'. I couldn't have done it without the Monopod. I owe tremendous thanks to Bass Pro for carrying this product. Had I not been encouraged by one of their experienced sales staff to purchase this 'stick', I'm not sure the outcome of my dream would have been the same. Now on the last day before venturing back to the States, I go out to scout elephants, hippos, and other game just for pictures and of course I take my rifle and Monopod just in case. The day was so exciting and so much so that I left my 'stick' in one of the 'hides' (that's what a 'blind' is called in that part of the world). The lodge where I was staying was far too many miles away to just go back and get it. Yes I was sad. The monopod and I were 'one'! I returned home without it, however, I received an email informing me that the Outfitter is going to keep it in his gun vault for me for when I return someday. I still have a list of animals to 'check off', you know;). So here I am today (Dec.4, 2007) about to head off to Iowa, AGAIN, because yes you guessed it...my name was drawn again and I will be in a blind come Saturday (Dec.8...now that's what I'm talking about) and what do you think I need? I will be at the Council Bluff's Bass Pro on Friday, Dec. 7 purchasing my 'trusty' friend the Stoney Point Expedition Monopod. Can't live without it!!!!!! December 4, 2007
Rated 4 out of 5 by JakeinTX Nice Rifle Rest I have used this in and out of blinds. It provides a stable rest for quick shots. November 9, 2007
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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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