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Primos Trigger Stick 62 in 65492 has been discontinued by Primos Hunting and is no longer available. Our product experts have helped us select these available replacements below. You can also explore other items in the Monopods category yourself to try and find the perfect replacement for you!

Primos Trigger Stick 62 in 65492 Product Info

Primos Hunting Calls Trigger Stick 62 in 65492 on sale and available from our online store. OpticsPlanet, Inc is an Authorized US Distributor for Primos Hunting Calls Monopods. image

With just one hand and the pull of a trigger, you can adjust the Primos Trigger Stick to your desired height. The Trigger Stick is a lightweight height-adjustable gun rest and optical gear mount, perfect for sitting, kneeling or standing. It comes equipped with a detachable V yoke. The Trigger Stick fits 1/4"-20 & 3/8"-16 threaded fixtures for securing optical gear. It is perfect for cameras, spotting scopes, binoculars, laser range finders and almost any other mono pod mountable device. Available in 30" and 62" Trigger Sticks.

Specifications for Primos Hunting Calls Trigger Stick 62 in 65492:

Mfg Item Num: 65492
Category: GUN RESTS/BIPODS/TRIPODS
Description: Gun Rest

Package Contents:

  • Primos Hunting Calls 65492 Trigger Stick 62 in

Primos Trigger Stick 62 in 65492 Related Products

Primos Trigger Stick 62 in 65492 Unorderable Models

Primos 65492 Trigger Stick Monopod, Black - 62 in 65492, MPN: 65492, UPC: 010135654924, Code: UX-MN-65492

Primos Trigger Stick 62 in 65492 Comments

Customer Reviews
Helpful Positive Review VERY USEFUL AND FAST!!! by Legacy Reviewer, June 21, 2011
I absolutely love this product. It can be used on spot and stalks, hunting from a ground blind or even used out of a tree stand. It's super fast to use and very steady. The trigger system is brilliant. I highly recommend it. Pros: very useful, fast, ...
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Most Recent Review Great hunting accessory by Legacy Reviewer, December 3, 2011
I originally purchased the mono stick, then switched to the bi-pod as it provides a steadier platform for short ot long shooting. Pros: Good for steady shooting Cons: hard to balance long shots
Most Recent Review Great hunting stick by Legacy Reviewer, September 20, 2011
Mono pod stick hard to hold steady for long range shooting. Pros: Great design in a quick adjust hunting stick Cons: none
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