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    What sticks do you use if any

    As titled i recently had a deerhunter tripod but found it too tall and also still allowed me to wobble all over the place, what do you guys use??. Ive seen the ones that have 3 legs then a one that comes and sits under the butt of the rifle are these better. I am only used to a bipod lying down but i need to vary my styles

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    Stoney Point rapid pivot type

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    I use quad sticks made from 4 B&Q garden canes cheap and simple.

    Whats more if you forget them its not too hard to find a garden centre to replace them.

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    Standard telescopic ones. I've had them for so long I forget what make they are. I use a length of 3/8" web strap as the 3rd leg.

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    Either,

    B&Q Garden sticks (3 Legs) or Hazel Sticks (2 Legs). I prefer wood myself.

    Wouldnt use telescopic again


    Sam
    "Even at the very bottom of the river, I didn't think to myself, Is this a hearty joke or the merest accident? I just thought, it's wet." - Eeyore

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    I now use either x3m1 telescopic 2 legged sticks which are always in the truck, or B&Q garden sticks x3 which have pipe insulation stuff to support the forend and are wrapped in cammo gaffer tape.
    I also have a set of the expensive German quad sticks, but i found them to be a pain to set up and noisy, but they really do give you a rock steady support.

    Cockerdog

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    Bushwear bi pod sticks or single hazel.

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    I use the set of 4 sticks in the photo. It's not me with the rifle. I probably doubled my success rate with bucks using these.

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    I use the stoney point polecat telescopic bipod sticks and they are excellent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcampbellsmith View Post
    I use the set of 4 sticks in the photo. It's not me with the rifle. I probably doubled my success rate with bucks using these.
    agreed ! have been using quad sticks for ovver a year now , the bipod is practicly mothballed !

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