Primos Trigger Stick Tall MonopodItem Number: 4039345
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If you are in need of a lightweight gun rest and optical gear mount for the hunt this season, try the Trigger Stick™ Monopod. It is perfect for sitting, kneeling or standing and comes equipped with a V yoke. The adjustable height feature allows you to modify easily with one hand, so you can keep your other hand ready at the trigger. Steady your shot with the Primos® Trigger Stick™ Tall Monopod.
- Adjustable monopod makes a perfect gun rest or optical gear mount
- Usable when standing, sitting, or kneeling
- Three piece height adjustment system can be changed with one hand
- Adjusts from 31" to 64.5"
- Perfect for cameras, spotting scope, binoculars, and any other monopod mountable device
- Fits 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 threaded fixtures for optical gear
- Includes a detachable V yoke
- Model: 65492
Country of Origin: China
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by tacticalbob Works great Works as adveritised......planning on using it for predator hunting. The trigger mechanism is what separates this from all others. Pricey but had a gift card from Christmas and free shipping so not terrible. January 16, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tennessee Hunter Great Product Great product, I would recommend this to any hunter needing a shooting rest for their gun or crossbow. It can even be used as a walking stick. December 3, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Verlin It is a two fold product, It works great as a walking stick as well. Please with the trigger stick, October 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Beesbite Great Product My boss told me about this product, since I take 99% of my photo's from my car, fumbling with my monpod getting it set for hight every time was a real pain. This is great I can set it up with one hand, and the base works great with the swivel head sidekick that I use for my camera. September 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Yote boys Great This mono pod worked great . It tough as nails and makes for a good walking stick too. I took Dow a lot of coyotes with this stick April 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ralph Perfectly versatile and durable I have been very pleased with mine, had it for three years! For shooting with either fire arm or camera, spotting scope or even as a walking stick. I love mine and wont part with it. I am looking to get several more for our local jrotc rifle team to help them out. Thank you for making a fantastic all round shooting, and outdoor accessory! February 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Spencer GREAT PRODUCT I've had one for a couple of years. Last year i took my cousin out and let him use it. He had never used it before but was able to quickly shot a great buck. After the hunt, he went out and bought himself one. This year I took my 12 year old son out hunting deer. He used it to get his buck, although he had been practicing using it. My son is going to get one for Christmas so I might be able to use mine. My father-in-law also used it on the elk hunt and has requested one for Christmas. December 13, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Oldtimer26 Reliable Hunting Aid I have had this "tall" stick for a year and am very pleased with its quality and durability. I have successfully used it from sitting, nealing, and standing positions to accurately shoot game. It helps reduce "buck fever" wobble by providing a steady rifle rest. The trigger system quietly extends the shaft and effectively locks it in place. However, it does make some noise when contracting, but by then the game is on the ground. While it is not recommended as a walking stick, I have used it to assist in balance without incident when stalking or walking up grades.. I am buying another one for a relative's Christmas gift. November 30, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Roger worth its weight in gold tough enough to stand up to Alaska. Works well as a walking stick and to steady your shot. The only drawbacks are the sharp edges when used as a walking stick. Watch the end cap it will occasionally stick in the mud. September 3, 2011
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