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Excellent tripod, very steady and holds the Bushnell Ultra HD Scope with no...
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The tripod appears to be cheaply made with the workmanship leaving a lot to...
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Vortex Shooting Stand Tripod ST2

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, MD Written on February 10, 2013
This Vortex Shooting Stand Tripod ST2 is very sturdy, strong and well built. I expect to get a lifetie of reliable use from it. It's a perfect match for all shooting situations with my Vortex Nomad 20-60x60mm Angled Spotting Scope NMD-60A.
Pros: 100% professional and well built....
Would recommend: Yes
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Benchrest Bobby

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on October 26, 2012
Best table top tripod I've used yet much
better than the 14" plastic tripod from Cabela's
Pros: very stable table top tripod
Cons: scope controls/adjustments-are hard to lock-up...
Would recommend: Yes
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Vortex Replaced my broken tripod

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, NC Written on December 17, 2011
So I just wrote a review that my Vortex stand broke. After writing the review I went to the Vortex site and emailed customer service. When it was all said and done, Vortex shipped me a new stand and a call tag to ship the broken one back to them. They trusted me to ship the broken one back. Now thats customer service. 110% satisfaction here. You can bet I'll buy Vortex again.
Pros: Great Vortex customer service.
Cons: It broke, but Vortex took care of it....
Would recommend: Yes
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It Broke On Me

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, NC Written on December 10, 2011
I had the same experience as MikeR51 below. He could have written my review, I could have written his. I didn't crank on it or anything like that. Just broke and the knob came apart in my hand.
Pros: Squat size for my spotting scope
Cons: I think it was cheaply made and it broke...
Would recommend: No
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VORTEX TRIPOD ST2

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, FL Written on November 4, 2011
Excellent tripod, very steady and holds the Bushnell Ultra HD Scope with no problem. Great buy.
Pros: Easy setup, light carry but very sturdy, well made.
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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An OK Value, Good For Liter Camera's

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, AZ Written on January 8, 2011
I purchased hoping to use for a spotting scope but this tripod is not heavy enough or machined with tolerances tight enough to prevent shaking with heavy attachments. Turned out that it works fine with my digital camera though.
Pros: Price, Good For Lite Camara
Cons: Loose construction, not for heavy Spotting Scope or Binocs...
Would recommend: Yes
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Disappointing

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on July 8, 2009
The tripod appears to be cheaply made with the workmanship leaving a lot to be desired. I bought this tripod for for my Nikon 16-48x65 spotting scope hoping to use it for target shooting. After mounting the scope to the tripod I proceeded to tighten the lock knob of the base so that I could then set the tripod on its legs and see if there were going to be any problems with weight. The knob is made of plastic and it came off in my hand. I found that part of the knob that was afixed to the locking mechanism (I'll call it a collar for lack of a better term) broke rendering the whole apparatus useless. I didn't "over-torque" the knob ... I was attempting to just snug it down to ensure the scope didn't tilt when placing the tripod on it's legs. ...
Would recommend: Yes
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