Primos Trigger Stick ?

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Primos Trigger Stick ?

Postby #1jumpshooter » Tue Jan 31, 2012 4:15 pm

I would like to purchase a primos trigger stick and would like to know which one you guys like the best? or any problems you have had while using one.

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Re: Primos Trigger Stick ?

Postby johnsonthehunter » Tue Jan 31, 2012 7:26 pm

I would highly recommend that you do! :lol3: I got one of those and they are really awesome! Shot my deer this year off of them actually :thumbsup:
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Re: Primos Trigger Stick ?

Postby #1jumpshooter » Tue Jan 31, 2012 7:37 pm

johnsonthehunter wrote:I would highly recommend that you do! :lol3: I got one of those and they are really awesome! Shot my deer this year off of them actually :thumbsup:
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which one do you have the monopod, bipod, or tripod?
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Re: Primos Trigger Stick ?

Postby johnsonthehunter » Tue Jan 31, 2012 10:40 pm

#1jumpshooter wrote:
johnsonthehunter wrote:I would highly recommend that you do! :lol3: I got one of those and they are really awesome! Shot my deer this year off of them actually :thumbsup:
Good luck!
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which one do you have the monopod, bipod, or tripod?

Well i have the bipod, but i tripod would give you the best rest, but it is a lot harder to set up if you jump a deer or see one when you dont expect to, im sure some places will let you try it out. It all depends on how you hunt. But i would go with the bipod
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Re: Primos Trigger Stick ?

Postby #1jumpshooter » Wed Feb 01, 2012 8:47 am

thats an excellent point... i will probably go with the bipod for my south dakota mule deer hunt then
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Re: Primos Trigger Stick ?

Postby barryboy08 » Tue Feb 07, 2012 1:05 pm

I have the biopod and they work great they are easy and light to carry as well as quick and efficient to set up.
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Re: Primos Trigger Stick ?

Postby QH's Paw » Tue Feb 07, 2012 8:36 pm

I'm curious how many seasons and hunts the people giving good reviews have used these.
I say save your money.
I bought the tripod, The tallest they sale. I bought it for a Mule deer hunt in WY fall 2010. I had no issues with it that season. I pulled it out last summer in preparation for 2011 antelope season and it doesn't work. The mechanics of it is not releasing the legs to allow them to drop and equalize.
I plan on tearing it apart to see if I can fix it for my elk hunt in fall 2012.
I would think, for the price, it should work for more than one hunt or one season.
I'd say a sticks will likely work just as well and you will know what to expect everytime you use them. :thumbsup:
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Re: Primos Trigger Stick ?

Postby duaney2 » Wed Feb 08, 2012 12:52 am

I've got the bi-pod version and it is a really nice solid unit. Tried the mono-pod and didn't like it, too much movement. Bi-pod is super quick to deploy, have used it for sage rats and rock chucks with zero issues.
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