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Bino Tripod for Vortex Razor HD #7818127 04/24/20 06:43 PM
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Where is the best place to get a lightweight bino Tripod?


For it is not the quarry that we truly seek, but the adventure.
Re: Bino Tripod for Vortex Razor HD [Re: txtrophy85] #7818139 04/24/20 06:54 PM
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How light?

Better question how much do you want to spend ?

Cabelas normally has good deals on Vanguard, they are functional no frills.

Want ultra like you will spend some money

Best all round compromise....https://sandsarchery.com/collections/lightweight-tripods/products/sirui-t-024sk-carbon-fiber-hunting-tripod-with-va-5-video-head


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Re: Bino Tripod for Vortex Razor HD [Re: txtrophy85] #7818149 04/24/20 07:11 PM
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Our pleasure to assist you. Please give us a call, 516-217-1000, and speak to Joel our resident Tripod guru


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Re: Bino Tripod for Vortex Razor HD [Re: BOBO the Clown] #7818292 04/24/20 09:15 PM
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Originally Posted by BOBO the Clown
How light?

Better question how much do you want to spend ?

Cabelas normally has good deals on Vanguard, they are functional no frills.

Want ultra like you will spend some money

Best all round compromise....https://sandsarchery.com/collections/lightweight-tripods/products/sirui-t-024sk-carbon-fiber-hunting-tripod-with-va-5-video-head



Something that is light enough I can pack it around it around and it not kill me, stout enough it won't break mid hunt. I don't know how many frills you can get on a tripod but i'm good with functional utilitarian.


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Re: Bino Tripod for Vortex Razor HD [Re: txtrophy85] #7818296 04/24/20 09:20 PM
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Originally Posted by txtrophy85
Originally Posted by BOBO the Clown
How light?

Better question how much do you want to spend ?

Cabelas normally has good deals on Vanguard, they are functional no frills.

Want ultra like you will spend some money

Best all round compromise....https://sandsarchery.com/collections/lightweight-tripods/products/sirui-t-024sk-carbon-fiber-hunting-tripod-with-va-5-video-head



Something that is light enough I can pack it around it around and it not kill me, stout enough it won't break mid hunt. I don't know how many frills you can get on a tripod but i'm good with functional utilitarian.


1st-Measure how high you need it, by that I mean able to look through binos standing up. Then call CameralandNY he may have some below MAP deals he can’t advertise on line.


Donate to TX Youth hunting program.... better to donate then to waste it in taxes

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Re: Bino Tripod for Vortex Razor HD [Re: txtrophy85] #7818415 04/24/20 11:23 PM
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My Manfrotto CF has been bullet proof and no issues packing it. I have a Slik that is much lighter and more packable but not nearly as stable. Don't forget that you also need a head for it and that is just as important, if not more so, than the tripod.

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