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Were proud to to offer to you a tripod that fits the needs of all shooters alike. We wanted to hit the market with a sturdy and affordable tripod that offers the same features as other tripods on the market at a fraction of the cost. Our tripod features
twist lock legs
4.6lbs weight with bowl
58 inch max height
collapsed length 21.5 inches
55lb max weight rating
8x carbon fiber legs
THIS IS TRIPOD ONLY NO BALLHEAD OR LEVELING BASE IS INCLUDED
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Excellent product. Very sturdy and light weight. Holds my 14lb coyote rig with ease! Customer service was top notch as well! I sent several messages after hours on the weekend and had a response within a few minutes every time!
Lightweight and durable, cant beat the cost and is right on par with other tripods at half the cost. I own 2 and both have function flawlessly in the field!
I've had my no name tripod with the two vets leveling base for about a year. I've used it when shooting prone because I forgot my bipod at home, I've used it to glass for deer with binoculars and a rifle mounted to it. Its lightweight and compact enough it's great for hunting and I use it for PRS practice and spotting for shooters and gathering data for myself before I run the stage. I can easily clean a 22LR KYL rack at 50y with the smallest target being 1/4". And I've went 5/5 hits on a 100% IPSC head at 700y with my 6BRai match rifle off this tripod with little effort. I would 100% reccomend this tripod for the guy who wants a great tripod at an affordable price. In my mind the only better tripod on the market is the 40 mike mike and that's just because it's a little taller for the taller guys and it's a little more stable because of the larger tube size but I do not regret getting the no name in any way. It suits my needs to the absolute fullest. Buy with confidence!
I bought this tripod at the beginning of the PRS season in 2019. It has ridden with me to every match (over 18 matches) in the last year and a half and continues to.
It has been through the rain, dust, snow, mud and cold of the Pacific Northwest and continues to run well for me.
I will say that it's important to keep dust out of the legs when you fold it up as this can cause it to bind up. But I'm sure this is a potential problem of all tripods of this type. If you're diligent to wipe the legs down before putting away every time you won't have any issues. If you do, Dan the owner is very responsive and answers questions promptly. Great guy.
All in all I think this is one of the best budget tripods out there. Would definetely buy another or their heavier 40 Mike Mike tripod.