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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-21-2011, 11:53 PM Thread Starter
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Primos Trigger Stick

which one ? mono pod short,long Bipod? i want just one for allaround blind stand for everything from Crossbow to flinter. Any thoughts?
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Re: Primos Trigger Stick

I have been eyeing the mono, that way it can be used as a walking stick also.
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Re: Primos Trigger Stick

Primos are all very heavy..There are others on the market like feathers..
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Re: Primos Trigger Stick

I got the monopod and I love it. The triggerstick is the best rest I have used or seen. The adjustment is so easy to raise or lower so that you are in a comfortable position. I got the taller monopod, so I can shoot standing or when sitting in a chair. It would be too high if you are sitting on your butt, but if I am sitting like that I would prefer to shoot off of my knee anyway.

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Re: Primos Trigger Stick

I have and Like the Primos tri-pod, it works great when you are walking along ways and you are getting tired, for and off hand shot..............

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Re: Primos Trigger Stick

I have the monopod for in the ground blind and the shorter mono for predator/turkey. They bipods are sweet though. Tough to beat the trigger stick in terms of quality and ease of adjustability.
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Re: Primos Trigger Stick

I don't have A trigger stick but I have used both homemade and bought mono and bipods.The bipod is a lot more stable. I practice shooting baloons up to 400yds using field positions off packs, monopods,and bipods you soon find out much better a bipod is compared to a mono
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Re: Primos Trigger Stick

I use the longest made trigger stick in bi-pod configuration when hunting from a blind, stand or for walking, when set at its lowest point its good for sitting on the ground and adjustable upward for when sitting in a seat inside a blind or stand. I would suggest you try the longer bi-pod, besideds the mono pods are stamped "not to be used as a walking stick". hope this advise helps. here is a pic from my homemmade blind I had ona bait pile for coyotes last winter its not the best of pics but it shows versatility I used the blind as my front rest and the bi-pod under the rear of the rifle to make a rock solid shooting rest.

It may be a poor choice of words but I am smart enough to understand what you meant.
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