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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 09-04-2014, 11:23 PM Thread Starter
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I need something to support the weight of my crossbow from a sitting position.I need it to pivot for a shot of course.Any suggestions?The weight is a main concern also.

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post #2 of 22 (permalink) Old 09-04-2014, 11:29 PM
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Re: crossbow holder

Primos makes a monopole Called a trigger stick.I got one last year for gun season and plan on using it this year with the x-bow
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Tenpoint makes a good pivoting crossbow monopod called the steddy eddy that attaches right to your crossbow and folds back under it when not in use. You could check it out on their web site.

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post #4 of 22 (permalink) Old 09-05-2014, 12:25 AM
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Re: crossbow holder

I have one and don't really use it since I have shooting rails on my treestands, but Ready-Shot makes a nice rest. It goes from you leg up to the bow. For a groundblind, the Primos Triggersticks or Caldwell Fieldpod are also nice to use. The Ready-shot would work for that application as well.


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I love my trigger stick !!!
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I bit the cost bullet and bought a trigger stick tripod for my 8yr old son to use with the crossbow this year. He shoots great off it.
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Primos makes a monopole Called a trigger stick.I got one last year for gun season and plan on using it this year with the x-bow
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Re: crossbow holder

Ready-shot.com if you are looking for a knee pod type rest. It does pivot as well.

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The Caldwell may get the nod.I need something to hold my crossbow.Now I need to find a good price on a crank cocking device.Thanks to all for the input.I may just sit out this season.Pretty bad when you use a crossbow because of an injury 24 years ago then you get a new injury and have figure out a plan to use the crossbow.

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What kind of crossbow do you have?

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