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Old 01-20-2017, 08:57 PM
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I just bought the Trigger sticks, like you I hunt uneven ground and like the fact that the legs adjust independently, Also the yoke rotates 360 degrees. The legs also spread far enough to use is sitting kneeling or standing.
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Old 01-22-2017, 11:30 AM
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One thing about the bog pods is that the yolk accommodates AR wider forearms. I am not sure what the trigger sticks are like but I know some are just a V for the yolk and it does not accommodate wider forearms very well. I have bog pod bipods and as far as adjustment you can just spread the legs wider or narrower for height if needed quickly and the yolk swivels 360 degrees.
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Old 01-22-2017, 12:37 PM
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I treid out a trigger stick short tripod yesterday and I didn't like it for adjustability from the seated position. I much prefer a bipod style shooting stick. I will probably be going with either the bog bipod or a vanguard bipod. Both seemed nice and sturdy and easy to adjust on the fly.
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Old 01-22-2017, 06:22 PM
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I have tried many different styles over 20 years. When I hunt daytime I always sit wearing a speedy yote vest. I have the vanguard bipod but the issue with it is turning or trying to follow a moving coyote while sitting. The legs hit everything. Imo you have to be able to get off of the sticks. I also have a caldwell field pod and it is solid and you spin some to get in position with it and you can get the gun out of it reasonably quick if need be. It still has a third legs which like to be in the way and it is tough to move it and resettle it for s shot.
I find that A I can never get that steady kneeling an B nothing works for me as good as a simple pair of adjustable shooting sticks that are fairly narrow when deployed. Non adjustable wooden style sticks make too wide of a stance that get in to everything when opened wide enough to get low enough to accommodate being seated on the ground.

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Old 01-23-2017, 01:19 PM
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That is what I am looking for, a decent adjustable set of sticks. I am either going with the bog pod sticks or the vanguard sticks. I run an attached bipod now and it doesn't allow many shots on a running or circling coyote.
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