The No Name JR Tripod

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$225.00 - $230.00

Product Overview

The No Name Jr tripod is truly a back woods back country hunters best friend. Offering a light weight compact solution to rucking a tripod in. This tripod is a sitting or high kneeling shooting tripod without the center column or a spotting tripod with the center column.



2.3lbs W/O Center Column 2.7lbs With 

Leg Sections 

4 / 3 Twist Locks 

Main Tube Diamater 

28MM Main Tube

Collapsed Height 

18 Inches W/O Center Column 

Deployed Height 

49 Inches W/O Center Column 63 Inches With  

Leg Adjustment Tabs 

Racheting Ears 

Twist Locks 

1/2 Turn Twist Locks 

Intergrated Spikes In Feet 


Head Options 


Whats Included 

Tripod, Spiked Feet, Center Column & Carrying Bag

Max Weight Rating 





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  • 5
    No name JR

    Posted by Milkman Andersen on Mar 9th 2021

    Lightweight and very sturdy, this is a great product tripod!

  • 5
    Great product

    Posted by MKF on Dec 11th 2020

    Compact, light weight and durable. What more could you ask for?

  • 5
    Disappointed..that I waited so long to buy one!

    Posted by Wyatt A. on Aug 5th 2020

    Received my “No Name Jr.” in the mail recently and was tremendously impressed in the craftsmanship. It’s rugged, extremely rigid, lightweight, and I can not stress enough how great of a value.

    I am thoroughly convinced that this is the absolute best value in tripods in the ENTIRE market. For around $200 you receive your tripod, a bag, your center post (if needed), and spiked feet along with rubber feet (installed), a hex key set for maintenance/mounting accessories and some awesome customer service from the owner.

    I mounted a sirui VA-5 fluid head to my tripod and it’s performing flawlessly. I cannot wait to get an ARCA mounted rifle brace so that I can shoot off of this tripod as well.

    My only complaint, I’m incredible disappointed that it took me so long to dive in. I should’ve had this tripod in my hunting kit years and years ago.

  • 5

    Posted by Mary Linker on Jul 14th 2020

    Very impressed with the No Name Jr - perfect for hunting in the back country - super lightweight, STURDY, affordable, and very versatile! Very happy with this tripod and have had zero issues

  • 5
    No name jr

    Posted by Brent on Jul 14th 2020

    Just bought this tripod mostly for glassing and self filming hunts with. The thing is so light it doesn’t even feel real. I already know it is going to be perfect for taking on long walk in hunts where you want to go in as light as possible (hoping you will be carrying out a couple hundred pounds of venison On the way out). I did mount my larger rifle to it and take a few shots and it performed flawlessly for that too! This isn’t a tripod you want to shoot with standing fully extended, because the center stem would have to be in to get the right height, but sitting or laying prone it is a solid choice. Perfect for spotting scopes or longer range 12x-15x binos.

  • 5
    No Name JR

    Posted by Brandon Nily on May 26th 2020

    Bought this tripod to use for predator hunting, glassing on backcountry mule deer hunts and photography and love it Ive used multiple different brands of tripods carbon fiber and aluminum for shooting off of while predator hunting the No Name Jr is my favorite it checks off every box super sturdy and stable while also being very light and compact highly recommend it I was looking for one tripod that I could use for everything and this one is it no more different tripods for different applications this one covers all the bases

  • 5
    No Name Jr

    Posted by Russell Frazier on May 9th 2020

    The No Name Jr checks all the boxes for an all around tripod. With it's super light, compact yet sturdy configuration, It fits perfectly on the side of my X3 Lo Drag Eberlestock pack and you cant even tell it's there. Fully extended, its tall enough to use for your spotter/bono's needs and at any height can be used to support your rifle.

    Daniel, the owner of Two Vets, is super friendly, outgoing and a wealth of knowledge and has no problem jumping on the phone and helping in any way. I've called on him a few times to help me decide on what suited my needs the best.

  • 5
    No name JR

    Posted by Scott Green on May 9th 2020

    Can’t say anything bad about this tripod. Light weight. Sturdy. And a ton of adjustability for this light weight hunting set up. Spotter and binos stay rock solid! This has made its permanent spot in my gear.

  • 5
    NO-Name Jr

    Posted by John Owens on Apr 27th 2020

    This is my second tripod from TwoVets. I have been using a 40MM for a while and when this was introduced, the smaller package intrigued me. If me getting to my observation point required a nice little jaunt through the woods...believe me you're going to want to pack light. In my career in Law Enforcement, sometimes we have to furnish our own equipment (if we want good stuff know budget problems) . That doesn't mean I am less hard on my gear if I own it or not. So I was expecting this little jewel to live up to it's big brother. and It came through with flying colors. You could easily strap this on your back with your rifle and not know it is even there. It can be deployed in seconds as a versatile and rugged piece of gear. Another great point is that it's serviceable. Carbon Fiber and metal hinges bolted together makes this thing durable. Nothing is tacked together to break when you put stress on it. If you did happen to break it(highly unlikely because I tried on my last training day) it can be repaired fairly easily just like those overpriced units. Besides, Daniel the owner, is super to talk to and will help you get where you need to be equipment wise. You will like this tripod!