Bipod if mobile but tripod if watching and waiting from a pre planned positionHi Guys looking to buy some shooting sticks for stalking but what do yous find best mono, bi or tri pod. Its my first set so looking for somthing to last and proberly telescopic. Thanks
Definitely try different types before you buy to see how many legs you need to feel comfortable taking a shot. I use the Stoney Point "Explorer Polecat Bipod" which I really rate.The kits we sell aside, long time fan of the B & Q canes.
Particularly if you have yet to decide whether 1,2,3 or 4 legs suit you best, they are a cheap but good way to start - that you may well end up using full time anyway.
I am with you on that.I stripping out all unnecessary gear, just down the the bare essentials that consist of quality equipment that's fast, light, and robust.
a. Roe stalking - two B&Q canes and no bipod
b. Hill stalking - single hazel stick and bipod
I fear some people end up dragging WAY too much stuff around,
+1 JCS. I made the 2 stick version and have used to great effect this year. Nice and light and strong too.4 sticks as per my earlier posts on the topic. Under a tenner from Homebase.