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    Quadupole shooting sticks with a difference, ( quad sticks )

    Quad sticks.

    Made with alumuinium powder coated black rigid poles.

    Soft non slip roller rifle rests, these can be made to non roll if required.
    Can be angled down to nealing or sitting position with the opening rifle gap staying the same dimmension,
    Adjustable strap to suit all size rifles,

    Greater movement of 110mm horizontally on rifle rest to track target, no need to lift complete unit to reset, this I have found to be great producing more acurate shots than the " V " type sticks.

    Rifle rest can be set at any angle if shooting on non level ground, this I have found this to be fantastic and you can see this in picture 2

    Soft grip hand area for when carrying,
    Magnets to top and bottom to keep together when not deployed.
    Height dimmension of 1600mm which can be cut down to suit your requirements by removing the bottom attachment and cutting down the poles, or we can cut down for you before sending.
    Weight off product between 1200 and 1300 grams. ( 2.6 to 2.8 pounds )

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    Last edited by 2-dead-in-the-air; 06-06-2015 at 14:21.

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    With a 5th leg option attached, with new photo.

    Last edited by 2-dead-in-the-air; 20-06-2015 at 14:39.

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