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Hunting tripod recommendations #8302063 06/22/21 11:57 PM
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Getting a new area setup and would like to add a few tripods, looking for recommendations on solid, dependable ones that are reasonably priced.

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I have bought many "South Texas Tripods" through the years. Its been awhile but Im sure they are still around. The main thing about that brand is they are light weight and easy to move around, which to me is main reason for a tripod.


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The last tripod I had was 10’. After a few years, I cut it down to 6’.


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Just called them
about 400 bucks

My brother has one very similiar..it is very sturdy and solid

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I used to really like the old Strong Built tripods but they are not in business anymore. So many are made with cheap metal that will not last but a few years. I would look at these in the 10' model that is made from aluminum:
https://millennium-outdoors.com/millennium-stands/tripod-stands/


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Take a look at the Muddy two man. Several options for one or two chair locations. More room to stretch the legs during a longer sit.


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