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Hog Hunting Tripod Choices? #8340618 08/04/21 01:12 AM
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I hunt hogs and have a light bipod I use but does not hold up on a rapid fire with my AR10 .308. I've looked at m-lock adapters and lightweight camera tripods, bog pods, etc. Looking at weight/durability/functionality/cost balance. Any advice or counsel is appreciated.

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I think it all comes down to what you're willing to spend, and how serious you are about long distance shooting. I use the heavy Bog Pod with a wide body rest, and think it and the Trigger Stix unit are about the best thing going in that price range. The "best" seems to be a carbon fiber tripod, a high end ball head and some form of ARCA Swiss attachment, for which it looks like you can lay down anywhere between $400 and $1200. There is an exhaustive discussion of the options on the Predator Masters forum.


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For me, I like the Death Grip Bog Pod. Hard to beat the price and it's solid. The only issue with it is the weight, but I'll forgo that due to it's quality.


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Inorrel on Amazon is what I use and love it. It’s very heavy duty and sturdy. I topped it with a Reaper Grip so I can use it with any rifle.

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