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Primos trigger shooting sticks for hunting. #5244598 08/10/14 01:53 AM
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Many of you asked what shooting sticks I use. So here is a little video demonstration of the primos trigger sticks I use. Hope it helps! The tripod version was expensive and I hesitated to buy them but now I hate it if I forget them.



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Re: Primos trigger shooting sticks for hunting. [Re: Texaslawman] #5244602 08/10/14 01:54 AM
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I do not know why the video embedding system is not working anymore?


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Re: Primos trigger shooting sticks for hunting. [Re: Texaslawman] #5244620 08/10/14 02:09 AM
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Originally Posted by Texaslawman
I do not know why the video embedding system is not working anymore?


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Re: Primos trigger shooting sticks for hunting. [Re: Texaslawman] #5244677 08/10/14 02:53 AM
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My buddy and I use the same sticks ... works pretty good. Ours are a bit beat, need to try the gen 2 sticks.

Re: Primos trigger shooting sticks for hunting. [Re: Texaslawman] #5244719 08/10/14 03:28 AM
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So how did you get the video to work HuntTXhogs?


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Re: Primos trigger shooting sticks for hunting. [Re: Texaslawman] #5245077 08/10/14 02:05 PM
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Originally Posted By: Texaslawman
So how did you get the video to work HuntTXhogs?


Here is what I reworked your URL string to be for it to work.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_E6bFntLsI

The THF website doesn't dig periods in the name youtube or 's' in http, etc

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Yep, the trigger system is hard to beat and it beats the heck out of doing the little latches or twists on other extendable legs.


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Originally Posted By: Double Naught Spy
Yep, the trigger system is hard to beat and it beats the heck out of doing the little latches or twists on other extendable legs.


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Yep, the trigger system is hard to beat and it beats the heck out of doing the little latches or twists on other extendable legs.


I'm told they will start to jam up if they get wet and dirty. So far mine have not and I do not know why. I suspect its because they get used every week and do not have time to freeze up.


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So how did you get the video to work HuntTXhogs?


Here is what I reworked your URL string to be for it to work.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_E6bFntLsI

The THF website doesn't dig periods in the name youtube or 's' in http, etc

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Thanks!


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Re: Primos trigger shooting sticks for hunting. [Re: Texaslawman] #5245287 08/10/14 04:23 PM
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I have the older trigger stix and the bog pod as well. The bog pod is much lighter and is better for shooting while sitting in places where it's safe (no chiggers!) do so. The trigger stix is easier to adjust. I think both have their place.


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Re: Primos trigger shooting sticks for hunting. [Re: Texaslawman] #5245621 08/10/14 08:46 PM
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I have the trigger sticks tripod that I used on an Elk hunt last year and highly recommend it. I like the fact you can level all three legs with just the pull of the trigger which is much faster than dealing with multiple latches on normal tripods. In fact, I am considering buying another one for use for my spotting scope vs. the normal optics tripods. Awesome design. Time will tell how rugged but I can attest that I have used it as a walking stick in steep terrain and I'm a big ole boy.


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