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    Trigger Stick

    Anyone use the bipod or tripod? Are they any good? Are they silent?

    ​Thanks

  2. #2
    i've got a primos trigger stick tripod! save your money and get to b+q and get three garden poles! noisy heavy gimmick in my opinion !

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    Ditto, ditto, and ditto, noisy, heavy and clunky, save yourself some money! Nothing wrong with garden canes....
    Opinions are like arseholes....... we all have them, and most of them stink

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    I have the tripod version and find it very useful, mine is totally silent. I use it all the time, not sure why others think there heavy maybe more wheatabix is needed

    ​Seriously yes they are expensive but mine is used for not only deer stalking but rabbiting foxing etc etc so I use it quite often.

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    I bought on a tripod a bit to noisy for my liking not only that one of the legs doesn't lock any more save your money like reelme says GIMMICK

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by Finnish View Post
    Anyone use the bipod or tripod? Are they any good? Are they silent?

    ​Thanks
    ​Best to do a search on previous posts on these.

  7. #7
    Ok thanks guys.

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    ps... You can also use the tripod trigger stick to mount a spotting scope or a camera.
    Easy to adjust height / angle with one hand.

    ​Can't do that with a couple of b & q sticks or quad sticks .


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