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#2091792 - 09/30/10 09:34 AM Primos shooting sticks
highway
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Has anyone used them? Tall or short? Bipod Tripod? I am looking at getting the bipod but was wanting some user feedback.
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#2092184 - 09/30/10 01:23 PM Re: Primos shooting sticks [Re: highway]
FOOTER
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I use the tall single stick and love it!!
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#2093142 - 10/01/10 06:37 AM Re: Primos shooting sticks [Re: FOOTER]
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The only thing I dislike about the Primos is their weight. Check out the Stoney Point sticks for better options.
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#2125459 - 10/23/10 01:08 AM Re: Primos shooting sticks [Re: TNhunter]
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 Originally Posted By: TNhunter
The only thing I dislike about the Primos is their weight. Check out the Stoney Point sticks for better options.


I agree on the weight but does stoney point offer a tirgger release or adjust? or anybody else for that matter?

I have one of the SP mono pod stick and do like it but am considring one of the primos tripod but don't care for the weight as it see dual use.
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#2134669 - 10/28/10 11:41 AM Re: Primos shooting sticks [Re: Tiny]
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I have a Stony Point bipod and love it...the only thing I don't like is that you must twist the legs to adjust the height and in the heat of the moment it can be a maneuver.
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#2134737 - 10/28/10 12:34 PM Re: Primos shooting sticks [Re: Bagg-it Tag-it]
look'n 4 deer
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I just ordered the Hunters Specialties Tree stand shooter stick.
I saw another thread yesterday where some people on here liked them.
Here is the link

http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/cb/hunters-specialties-treestand-shooter-stick.aspx?a=545733

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#2146776 - 11/04/10 08:57 AM Re: Primos shooting sticks [Re: look'n 4 deer]
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I don't think the Promos stick is heavy. It is lightning fast to adjust without any extra movement.
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#2146791 - 11/04/10 09:08 AM Re: Primos shooting sticks [Re: Hillbilly Hunter]
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Bought the stick for my son and like it. Pricey. $56 I believe.
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#2146800 - 11/04/10 09:12 AM Re: Primos shooting sticks [Re: TN RDG RNR]
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Got my wife the short ones, she really likes them
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#2172604 - 11/18/10 06:55 PM Re: Primos shooting sticks [Re: easy45]
Carlos Viagra
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For use in a blind one of the hiking sticks would do fine and they're less than $20 for two. In case someone wanted to save some cash.

I was gonna order the HS stick, they are probably some of the best but I found a great monopod at Outdoor Connection here in Crossvile for about $20.
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#2195578 - 12/04/10 09:37 AM Re: Primos shooting sticks [Re: Carlos Viagra]
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Used the shorter bipod on elk trip to Wyoming. It the hill side was not too steep they were great. When too much slant on hillsides, I wanted a taller model. Very good on level ground or looking up hillside.
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#2219334 - 12/17/10 11:04 PM Re: Primos shooting sticks [Re: Carlos Viagra]
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I made my own. It's pretty easy actually. Cost me about I don't know, maybe $8 bucks. It's super sturdy, and very durable. It's a bipod too! Can post pictures if you'd like to see (thats after I go to the blind and take the picture, lol). Can probably describe well enough for you to get the idea though, if you'd like?
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#2227645 - 12/24/10 01:15 AM Re: Primos shooting sticks [Re: west_tn_hunter]
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 Originally Posted By: west_tn_hunter
I made my own. It's pretty easy actually. Cost me about I don't know, maybe $8 bucks. It's super sturdy, and very durable. It's a bipod too! Can post pictures if you'd like to see (thats after I go to the blind and take the picture, lol). Can probably describe well enough for you to get the idea though, if you'd like?



Send pic and/or info. Made one, but wanting to try another.
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#2243304 - 01/03/11 05:48 AM Re: Primos shooting sticks [Re: Hillbilly Hunter]
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 Originally Posted By: Hillbilly Hunter
I don't think the Promos stick is heavy. It is lightning fast to adjust without any extra movement.


Ditto
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#2248132 - 01/05/11 07:09 PM Re: Primos shooting sticks [Re: FOOTER]
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 Originally Posted By: FOOTER
I use the tall single stick and love it!!
same here
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#2263326 - 01/14/11 12:41 PM Re: Primos shooting sticks [Re: Carlos Viagra]
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I have used them and will be getting some for next year. They will be a great addition
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#2268693 - 01/17/11 11:32 PM Re: Primos shooting sticks [Re: highway]
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I have the tall one and love it!....X_2
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#2270125 - 01/19/11 01:15 AM Re: Primos shooting sticks [Re: DIRTTRAX]
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 Originally Posted By: DIRTTRAX
 Originally Posted By: Hillbilly Hunter
I don't think the Promos stick is heavy. It is lightning fast to adjust without any extra movement.


Ditto


The Single Stick ain't but the Tripod model is to me anyways.
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#2270772 - 01/19/11 01:53 PM Re: Primos shooting sticks [Re: Tiny]
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My kids and I love our single, short Primos Sticks for turkey and deer hunting from the ground. We are going to get the tall bipods for standing or the treestand. I don't care what they weigh. The extra work to carry an extra few ounces is worth the trouble when it comes to quick adjustments in the field with little to no movement.
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#2271282 - 01/19/11 08:23 PM Re: Primos shooting sticks [Re: Secret Squirrel]
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I have the Primos trigger stick and i love it. Carry it around like a walking stick until i need a rest. Very nice product.
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#2345734 - 03/20/11 11:20 PM Re: Primos shooting sticks [Re: FOOTER]
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X-2 and i feel the same way.
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#2368950 - 04/14/11 08:48 PM Re: Primos shooting sticks [Re: FOOTER]
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x-2 great stick.
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#2414195 - 06/10/11 09:33 AM Re: Primos shooting sticks [Re: FOOTER]
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