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Stoney Point PoleCat Telescoping Bipod has been discontinued by Stoney Point and is no longer available. Our product experts have helped us select these available replacements below. You can also explore other items in the Bipods, Shooting Accessories categories yourself to try and find the perfect replacement for you!

Stoney Point PoleCat Telescoping Bipod Product Info

Maximize your ability to make an accurate shot at the moment of truth. For a responsible, one-shot kill, depend on Stoney Point PoleCat Telescoping Bipods. StoneyPoint bipods provide rigid, steady support with unequaled versatility and portability. Stoney-Point Bipods won't alter the gun's accuracy or damage the firearm as attached bipods can, especially when shooting heavy-recoiling guns.

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  • Stoney Point PoleCat Telescoping Bipod

Stoney Point PoleCat Telescoping Bipod Related Products

Stoney Point PoleCat Telescoping Bipod Unorderable Models

Stoney Point Crusader Bipod, 2 Section Legs, 42in Max Height - T2B42, MPN: T2B42-BXX, UPC: 787945048136, Code: YP-B0-BIPOD-T2B42-BXX
Stoney Point Compact Bipod, Black, 3 Section Legs, 38in Max Height - T3B38, MPN: T3B38-BXX, UPC: 787945047672, Code: YP-B0-BIPOD-T3B38-BXX
Stoney Point Expedition Bipod, 2 Section Legs, 65in Max Height - T2B65, MPN: T2B65-BXX, UPC: 787945047665, Code: YP-B0-BIPOD-T2B65-BXX
Stoney Point Explorer Bipod, Black, 3 Section Legs, 62in Max Height T3B62, MPN: T3B62-BXX, UPC: 787945047689, Code: YP-B0-BIPOD-T3B62-BXX

Stoney Point PoleCat Telescoping Bipod Comments

Customer Reviews
Helpful Positive Review PoleCat Explorer Bipod by Legacy Reviewer, July 27, 2007
I bought this after trying a few other bipods/tripods and being dissatisfied. This bipod is definitely superior. It is more sturdy, easier to lock in place, and the shooting yoke offers more flexibility than other shooting platforms I tried. ...
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7/7 found this helpful
Helpful Negative Review Stoney Point bipod by Legacy Reviewer, October 25, 2013
Purchased this bipod with 3rd leg for my wife's use in the field. After 1 season the leg sections started to separate completely when extending. Result is they would not lock. Ended up using 5 minute expo for what might be a permanent repair. Buy...
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Most Recent Review Brittle Plastic by Legacy Reviewer, December 20, 2013
The plastic portion that forms the "V" in which the rifle sits broke during my first hunt with the product. Tried to contact Stoney Point with no success. Product is light, but not very strong. Bought Primos shooting stick 2 and I am pleased thus far...
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Most Recent Review Shooting sticks by Legacy Reviewer, March 25, 2013
I am an LEO/SRT sniper and find myself almost always shooting for a position other then prone. I have a tripod system but for longer range accuracy I find it is still not as stable as a bench or prone. I decided to try the shooting sticks to use off ...
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2/2 found this helpful
Most Recent Review Cant Live Without It by Legacy Reviewer, May 28, 2011
I have been using one of these for 6 years now and I dont know how I lived without it! It makes it so much easier to make a good steady shot. They are very light weight and yet very tough. They can be used for much more than making a steady shot t...
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