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RedHead Monopod Shooting Stick
A lightweight and stealthy shooting stick system, the RedHead® Monopod Shooting Stick's makes a solid base for your gun or optics. Made of a lightweight and sturdy aluminum alloy, the Monopod's leg adjusts easily with quick and quiet Speed Cam Locks. The comfortable foam hand grip on the leg provides a sure grip and control. Detachable for use on any setup, the rubberized V-Rest swivels 360Á to make aiming adjustments simple. Folded size: 27"L x 4"W x 1.5"D. Height adjustment: 25.5" - 61". Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Lightweight, solid shooting base for lightweight and stealthy hunting
Sturdy, lightweight aluminum alloy construction
Adjustable leg with quick, quiet Speed Cam Locks
Comfortable foam hand grip on legs
Detachable, rubberized V-Rest - swivels 360Á to work great on any setup
Rated 1 out of
TrashMy daughter took a shot with this resting her .243. The head broke off literally the first shot. We even took the packaging off at the truck before we walked out. So it's not like it was damaged on the way there. She didn't fall on it etc. She got the doe but I don't recommend this product to anyone.
Date published: 2016-11-25
Rated 2 out of
Not VersatileCouldn't stomach the price of the more expensive monopods. I see why now. If you're set up in a blind that doesn't require a lot of movement for different angles you'll be fine. Carried in and out of the woods and banged it all over without issue.
But to adjust you need to reach down to the bottom of the stick. Try doing that with a rifle in your hand and being quiet. A grip adjuster with trigger would be much nicer. For the price this is ok if you're not needing to flexible.
Date published: 2014-12-23
Rated 1 out of
Be Carefule - not ruggedThought it was pretty good item - held up to back yard practice sessions. Had the mono pod strapped to side of my back pack. First time using in the field - Slung my pack into the bed of the truck ( my fault forgot it stuck up higher ) and snapped the head right off . Unable to use now .
When I looked at it - found an doubled end alloy ( cheap ) screwing the V rest to the pole. I wasn't "That " rough on It - one bump and it broke -
I'm going to drill the screw out of both ends and "JB Weld a metal rod inside to fix the problem .