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Cabela's Kwik Stik Bipod Shooting Rest
The Cabela's® Kwik Stik™ provides rock-solid stability for accurate shooting from a wide range of shooting positions on any terrain. The Kwik Stick adjusts silently to any height or any terrain with a simple quarter-twist. The rubberized flex fins on yoke secure your firearm quietly at any angle without scuffing firearm finishes. Made of lightweight aluminum, the Cabela's Kwik Stick folds up small enough to fit in your daypack, yet unfolds in a second.
Rated 4 out of
GoodVery good quality easy to use awesome for the price and light weight
Date published: 2019-06-22
Rated 5 out of
.17 HMR + Kwik Stix = Glorious Rabbit Sniping!Last year I tried for Rabbits in this one area with .22LR. It proved very difficult. They either briefly exposed themselves running from one clump of brush over to another extremely close by clump of brush. OR... they were exposing themselves at 80+yds. And at those distances bullet drop is a bit of issue with the .22 LR. So...I bought a .17 HMR since they shoot flat out to even 150yds. A concealment suit, and the Kwik Stix. The new choices for tools worked amazingly this July 1st! With concealment on from Kill Suit Ghillie suit, chillin at 80+yds away backed up into some scrub oak and deadfall. I had my daily bag limit by 6:40am! And at 80 yds away... with the concealment gear on, they didn't seem to notice when I'd slightly lift-up and re-position the shooting sticks when they'd expose themselfs more to one side and thus required repositioning since I'm like 80+yds awayl Such a treat to pop them EXACTLY where you place the crosshairs upon the animal. The Kwik Stix make taking shots with the .17 HMR an exercise in precision! Such neat and exquisite shot placement! So far the farthest Ground Squirrel taken has been at 92yds. But I'm just getting warmed up here!
Date published: 2018-07-19
Rated 5 out of
Geat productAwesome sticks! I have never used shooting sticks before but was looking for something that would help to steady my shot on coyote and fox for the longer shots without breaking the bank. Just this last weekend my father and the kids and I went out for a little target practice on the farm and I must say that i was impressed on how sturdy these are. Even my father who doesn't ever use a shooting rest was impressed! it also made it easier for the kids to steady the .22 for longer shots which allowed them to shoot the same distance as us old farts lol, I was not expecting the quality to be as good as it was since they only cost $20.00 but i must say they surpassed my expectations! The only issue I have are the feet, They don't do well on hard ground due to the fact they are kinda blunt and metal but Most times your not Hunting or shooting from a really hard surface Example: hard dirt farm rd. cement deck ect. I May try to put rubber feet on them or coat them in rubber but either way you cant go wrong with these sticks for the price!!!! They fold out and assemble with consistency and at a good rate of speed in my opinion. VERY VERY LITE. Anyone who hunts can always appreciate adding another tool to the arsenal in the field without adding bulk and weight!
Date published: 2017-02-06
Rated 5 out of
These things are great!!!First day I used these I shot an elk at 300 yards. The longest shot I ever tried. Too my surprise the elk dropped with 2 busted shoulders. I've used them ever since and love them. I've gone on 2 guided horse back hunts with the same guide and he is impressed with them also. I Ended up giving him the sticks and got another one. My guide said he has had other clients use fancier sticks, mono pods, and push button types. He was most impressed with these and wanted to throw some of the others away. They unfold easy witch is good when you are getting on and off the horse a lot. They are nice to use as a cane when you are sneaking around. All this talk makes me want to go hunting.
I must have brain fade.......can't figure out how to adjust the height....what quarter turn?
Asked by: OldEarnhardtFan
According to a specialist of RedHead - "The legs are a fixed length and you adjust the overall shooting height by widening or narrowing the X shooting position of the legs. Wider / lowers the overall shooting position"