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Recommendations for kids tripod #8045336 11/10/20 06:55 PM
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What do y’all use for a tripod for kids shooting and hunting. Something that will help them with holding the rifle steady


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Re: Recommendations for kids tripod [Re: DSST_Construction] #8045392 11/10/20 07:32 PM
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I use collapsible shooting sticks but there are many choices of different designs out there and im sure others will chime in. Mine are very lightweight and easy to carry on your belt at all times.


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The shorter set of trigger sticks or caldwell used to make a gun holder called the field pod

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My kiddo uses this

https://www.boghunt.com/shooting-rests/bog-xtreme-shooting-rest/735539.html#start=1


Its mounted on a bog pod tripod and has served her well!



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I have a little bitty one. Think that will do?

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My son uses the Caldwell field pod. He’s killed 3 deer with it. Does a good job holding the rifle steady.

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Originally Posted by TGT
My kiddo uses this

https://www.boghunt.com/shooting-rests/bog-xtreme-shooting-rest/735539.html#start=1


Its mounted on a bog pod tripod and has served her well!



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Is that just the upper section or includes the tripod also?


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Re: Recommendations for kids tripod [Re: Txhunter65] #8045727 11/10/20 11:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Txhunter65
My son uses the Caldwell field pod. He’s killed 3 deer with it. Does a good job holding the rifle steady.



I liked mine but the regular was too small. If you buy one, I'd suggest the middle one, the Max (not the magnum). That way it will fit everybody.

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My kiddo uses this

https://www.boghunt.com/shooting-rests/bog-xtreme-shooting-rest/735539.html#start=1


Its mounted on a bog pod tripod and has served her well!



TGT


Is that just the upper section or includes the tripod also?





I bought it all together in one package but looks like separate on website. I think I got it at academy.. has killed lots of stuff...


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I have a little bitty one. Think that will do?

Re: Recommendations for kids tripod [Re: DSST_Construction] #8045945 11/11/20 01:14 AM
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Not sure how young the kids are...but the sooner they can learn to use a sling for support the better. It will be awkward at first until they find that right adjustment that works for them, but once they do it becomes natural and progresses to a better overall understanding of good shooting positions. IMO

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I use reaper rest but have also used the big pod death grip and for price it’s hard to beat


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