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    New sticks.

    Hi all

    just a quick review of some sticks made by a SD member(mereside) for me.
    took them out stalking this afternoon through some woods so had them fully extended, within minutes I glassed a nice hind at a 100yrds, took the shot from the standing position with the sticks.they felt very sturdy and comfortable.
    After waiting 15 minutes I wondered over to inspect the hind to which another hind came into view about 50 yards away, so I quickly dropped the sticks down for a kneeling shot.
    these sticks are the best I've come across, good quality and very quick to adjust.
    They adjust up and down with clips instead of the twist type.
    so if your looking for a decent set of sticks get in touch with mereside ( Wayne) reasonably priced and very good quality.

    cheers

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    No not yet sorry, mereside had a few that he showed me when I was inquiring about them.

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    glad you like them and great shooting on their first time out, atb wayne
    Last edited by mereside; 31-12-2012 at 11:09.

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    Yep they are the muts nuts mate, ain't bagged anything since October so I had a great afternoon

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    Hi Mereside,

    I got a pair of sticks from John Robson YDS exactly like that, I assume you made them. Best sticks ever, light, sturdy and easily adjusted. The only extra I would like would be a support half way down the leg at about "bipod" height any ideas?

    willie

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    Willie i didnt make the ones from yds as i machine the pins to put the two together but same principle. you can get smaller banksticks in the same thing so you could attach one of those to one leg and then have a velcro strap to keep it in place till needed,atb wayne

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    Mereside,

    "you can get smaller banksticks in the same thing so you could attach one of those to one leg and then have a velcro strap to keep it in place till needed"

    Good idea, where can I get the bank sticks?

    Willie

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    Willie i have sent a pm for you ,atb wayne

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    Happy new yr Wayne
    any plans to do a tri version for the less able shooter .......ie me ! Lol
    cheers doug

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