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Please note - these are shipped in an oversized box of 124cm x 16cm x 16cm and as such, Canada Post charges an extra oversized charge. Using a courier makes it a little cheaper though. Please CONTACT US to check on shipping options so that we can figure out the cheapest way to get them shipped to you.
The Blaser Carbon Shooting Stick 2.0 sets new standards. Thanks to the well thought-out, practical hunting optimisations, the aiming stick is not only the ideal solution for a safe shot in difficult conditions, but also even more comfortable to use.
The patented pistol grip, which allows the rifle to remain safely on target over a lateral range of 20m (measured at 100m shooting distance), is unchanged. However, the rest fork, which is located on the pistol grip and in which the weapon rests – unless the forearm of the weapon is connected directly to the target stock with the help of a pin – is reliably fixed by a new safety slide.
The revised elastomer twist locks for the height adjustment allow a sustainably firmer tightening and thus an even more stable stand in any hunting situation. In addition, a scale discreetly printed on the legs helps to quickly and reliably adjust the target stick to the same height every time. A detachable and length-adjustable cord ensures a constant spread of the target stick. A valuable time-saver when things have to be done quickly!
The hard rubber pin secures the position of both foot parts, especially when setting up the shooting stick, and reduces noise to a minimum.
- Material: Carbon Fibre (robust and light)
- Weight: 985 grams
- Adjustable height from 1.24m to 1.98m
- Padded Case included
- Low-noise foam grips and rubber base pieces
- Ideal for stalking and mountain hunting
- The height can be adjusted flexibly and easily via four twist locks
- Pivoting pistol grip to track game at a side-to-side range of 20m (based on 100m shooting distance)
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