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derquhart
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Oct-09-16, 
11:02 PM (MST)
"Stay-in-truck tripod"

Looking for a tripod to leave in truck/quad. Something solid and tall enough to use standing. Weight obviously not an issue and reasonable price. I have looked at vortex pro gt. Any other recommendations?

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elkhunternm_13
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Oct-10-16, 
08:46 PM (MST)
1. "RE: Stay-in-truck tripod"

Im using a pro gt now and I like it. A little on the heavy side for packing but in the truck no problem good tripod for the $$!

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Mar-14-17, 
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2. "RE: Stay-in-truck tripod"

I bought a Swarovski tripod with a manfrotto head when I bought my spotter. Picked it up at Cabelas. It's been a good solid tripod, but not ideal for packing around. Alothough it's been on plenty of hikes. It would be a good solid tripod in my opinion and is not likely to get tipped over in a slight breeze, easily bumped over etc.... Might want to check one out. Hope you find one that works great for you!

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