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Primos Triggerstick Jim Shockey Tripod

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Product Description

Jim Shockey Trigger Sticks allow you, with just one hand and the pull of a trigger, you can adjust the Primos Trigger Stick to your desired height. The Trigger Stick is a lightweight height-adjustable gun rest and optical gear mount, perfect for sitting, kneeling or standing. It comes equipped with a detachable V yoke. The Trigger Stick fits 1/4 inch-20 & 3/8 inch-16 threaded fixtures for securing optical gear. It is perfect for cameras, spotting scopes, binoculars, laser range finders and almost any other mono pod mountable device.

Jim Shockey Trigger Stick Includes:

  • 360 degree Rotating V-Yoke – The rotating V-Yoke and Fluid Twisting Handle Keeps you on Target
  • Removable V-Yoke – Remove V-Yoke to work with Cameras or Spotting Scopes
  • Trigger Lock – With the flip of Switch you can lock the trigger to keep your desired height
  • Trigger – With the pull of a trigger, you can adjust the Trigger Sticks to your desired height
  • Smooth – The Trigger Stick GEN 2 features an improved fluid handle movement
  • Extreme Angle Adjustments – Adjustable leg angles allows shooting from sitting to standing
  • Whisper Quiet – The Trigger Stick GEN 2 coating allows for whisper quiet telescoping leg operation at the pull of a finger
  • Lightweight – Stronger, Lighter 7075 aluminum legs for easy carry

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