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bowhunt
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Feb-07-11, 
00:55 AM (MST)
"shooting sticks review help "

Hi all

We will be doing a shooting sticks comparison next week. We plan to compare 5 different brands.

I would like your input on 2 things.
1: give me the 3 sticks we should compare.
2: what are the 2 most important things a set of sticks must do?

Thanks.

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 Subject   Author   Message Date   ID 
 RE: shooting s...  SLIVER      Feb-08-11   1 
  RE: shooting s...  beavis14      Feb-08-11   2 
   RE: shooting s...  Deerlove      Feb-08-11   3 
    RE: shooting s...  bowhunt      Feb-08-11   4 
 RE: shooting s...  tailgunner      Feb-09-11   5 
  RE: shooting s...  ultra7mm      Feb-10-11   6 

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SLIVER
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Feb-08-11, 
10:10 AM (MST)
1. "RE: shooting sticks review help "

Not sure what other brands are good but here is my vote

1. Snipe Pod
2. Stoney Point
3. Mossback

These are the only shooting sticks that I have had any personal experience with, and I like the snipe pod best.

The 2 most important things.

1. Allow you to shoot at any angle ie. if you are standing on a side hill, being able to cant your gun back to a vertical postiion.
2. Be steady and durable.

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Feb-08-11, 
01:58 PM (MST)
2. "RE: shooting sticks review help "

triger stick, trigerstick, triggerstick ! i have used them all but love this one the " on the fly " adjustment really helps. i had a cabellas out on a whitetail hunt last fall ( i forgot my trigger stick ) and spotted a buck walking thru the timber at about 250 yards. by the time i got the adjustment made he was gone . with my triggerstick he would have been toast. my 2 pennies

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Deerlove
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Feb-08-11, 
02:16 PM (MST)
3. "RE: shooting sticks review help "

compare snipod vs harris

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bowhunt
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Feb-08-11, 
09:12 PM (MST)
4. "RE: shooting sticks review help "

Thanks guys very helpful.
I will get all listed so far.

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Feb-09-11, 
08:22 PM (MST)
5. "RE: shooting sticks review help "

I've tried a bunch here are my top three.
1. Bog pod
2.mossback
3.primos trigerstick

Two things that are important
1.Must be steady
2.Must be easy to setup and carry

My favorite is the bog pod.

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Feb-10-11, 
06:48 PM (MST)
6. "RE: shooting sticks review help "

I have only used bog-pod (and I'll be buying another set since they were stolen out of the truck while I was elk hunting last fall).
I really needed them while doing long hours of glassing on an Alaska hunt. It was best if I could stand while glassing and I could use the tripod-bog pod to support the glasses. Very sturdy, yet relatively light.
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