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    wooden stalking poles

    I have jsut broken my second sets of telescopice tripod poles in as many years this morning. And more important it made me miss the chance on a lovely buck!

    I do nt need to collase them down so does anyone know where I can buy a really nice wooden set??

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    save your self the money and get a pair of green garden sticks from B&Q or focus etc , bit of bike inner tube and sorted for under TENNER !

    cheers lee

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    Quote Originally Posted by leec6.5 View Post
    save your self the money and get a pair of green garden sticks from B&Q or focus etc , bit of bike inner tube and sorted for under TENNER !

    cheers lee
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    Thanks Gents,
    Just orderes a set of quads from milfield & co
    Regards
    Simon

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    I like to keep my stalking kit as light and as uncluttered as possible. I found that 6 months of shooting practice with crossed telescopic sticks paid off in the end. No need for quads or tripods. Practice make perfect.

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    These are the ones I made following tips off someone off this site:



    Plastic canes - 1.99 each
    Foam handles - 4.99 for a pack of 4 in Halfords.
    Hoover Rubber - 2.25 for 10 off E-Bay
    Tape - free

    Going to add foam above where the sticks cross so there is less chance of noise/slipping when in use. Good thing is they are really light, and you can stick em in the ground without them falling over if you are in an ambush point, waiting for deer.

    cheers

    Stu

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuey View Post
    These are the ones I made following tips off someone off this site:



    Plastic canes - 1.99 each
    Foam handles - 4.99 for a pack of 4 in Halfords.
    Hoover Rubber - 2.25 for 10 off E-Bay
    Tape - free

    Going to add foam above where the sticks cross so there is less chance of noise/slipping when in use. Good thing is they are really light, and you can stick em in the ground without them falling over if you are in an ambush point, waiting for deer.

    cheers

    Stu



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    My set of homemade Homebase green garden sticks. Bolted through & using a couple of Duplon rod grips then riveted a piece of webbing on top.

    They work brilliantly

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    i think you should patent those and get your arse on dragens den, they are spoy on!!

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