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Do-All Outdoors Gobbler/Predator Monopod

Do-All Outdoors Gobbler/Predator Monopod - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Avoid the tired arms and legs that cause you to miss your shot when the time is right with the Do-All Outdoors® Gobbler/Predator Monopod. The Pod attaches to the barrel of the gun so that when you make an adjustment, your rest moves with you. Simple thumb latches make it easy to adjust the height up to 32 inches with easy to read height marks. Switch to use the included V yoke when needed with the Do-All Outdoors® Monopod.

  • Monopod shooting stick to eliminate tired arms
  • Attaches to and folds under your rifle barrel
  • Adjustable height to 32" using simple thumb latches
  • Included: V yoke
  • Model: GP1
  • Do-All Outdoors
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 17655846

Customer Reviews:

Do-All Outdoors Gobbler/Predator Monopod 2.3 5 3 3
Needs Improvement This monopod is definitely a good 'idea' that needs some improvement. Fortunately, I have always been known as a guy who can fix just about anything. The instructions which came with this monopod were quite clear and easy to follow; however, that's just about where it ends! This hunting aid is supposed to fit all gauges from 20 to 10, which is some of the inherent design flaws. They give you two different thickness slick rubber spacers for 12 and 20, and a very thin clear plastic one for 10 gauge. These spacers are needed in order to mount this pod on the underside of the shotgun barrel, if this is the option you are choosing. If you decide to use this as an unattached 'V' monopod, then none of the barrel mounting hardware is necessary and the problems and fixes I went thru will not apply. I found out when mounting the 'U' shaped clamp under the barrel of my shotgun {12 gauge} that it would not get tight enough to stop rotating wherever it wanted to. This obviously defeats the purpose of this so-called 'hands free' feature of this monopod. If you over tighten the barrel clamp, it simply 'jumps off'! I tried various solutions, but found success with using a high grade of 'double stick' tape, which is the thicker foam variety. I needed to use two layers for my shotgun, which replaced the slick supplied rubber spacer. The only way I achieved total success, was to go completely around the barrel with two layers, under the ventilated rib, and then clamping down on this sticky tape. After a period of time, this tape may remove the camo finish underneath? I don't know, but I took that chance. The other problem which was much easier solved was when I folded the pod up under the barrel, the standard nut kept loosening and needed constant tightening. I replaced the nut with a plastic 'Nyloc' type locking nut that I had in my parts bins, and doing that stopped the problem. All in all, I look forward to trying this out next turkey season, as having this monopod mounted directly to the shotgun has lots of advantages. The pod is strong, easily adjustable to any terrain while sitting, and even has a rotating rubber foot, which allows changes in shooting angles. With the pod attached and padded with foam rubber, it eliminates the adverse 'sound' factor so detrimental to turkey hunting, and does not require the shooter to hold onto it. Also, in situations where it's not needed, it does not interfere with shooting the shotgun while in the folded position. July 17, 2013
Small pieces get lost Third trip out, the rubber "gasket" the fits between the mount and the barrel of the gun disappeared. For lack of a piece of rubber, I couldn't use the device. The price was good and all the other aspects of the product are great. If you own one or buy one, invest in some silicone or rubber cement to glue the gasket in place. Now I suppose I'll have to find an old inner tube so I can fashion a gasket. April 15, 2013
Not so good for walking around I bought this product to go spring Turkey hunting and it was easy enough to attach to my shotgun with the supplied spacers. Walking around the woods with it was akward though, because it doesn't fold up well while on the gun. It kept falling off, even though I tightened the screws on it as tight as they would go. You also need tools to to put it on tight, so you wouldn't be able to carry it with you then put it on quickly once you got set up. Overall, not very effective, I think just plain old shooting sticks are easier and more user friendly. March 26, 2013
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