Shooting Sticks for $10 aka (Bi-fur-pod)

Discussion in 'Northwest Hunting' started by sprocket3, Jun 3, 2011.

  1. sprocket3

    Oregon - Wet Side
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    I wanted to make sure you all knew about these. We have been using them for a few years and really like them. The first set was a nice commercial job that I lost in the sage brush one trip. I used this great site to come up with a real cheap option that can be used from the ground on coyote hunts and also from a chair for shooting sage rats and targets.

    It's not as steady as a short bi-pod, but you don't have to lay on the ground either. My Harris bi-pod has been on the shelf since i started using sticks.

    Hint: Make two at one time. In case you want a short and long version. Or when one gets lost. It would take another 15 minutes to double the job.

    Varmint Al's Bi-Fur-Pod Page

    400 yard Coyotes would be no problem off the sticks.
  2. SAR1846


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    Yup... they work!! I've made a couple pair when I had access to the R&D model shop, many moons ago. Very handy to use as a walking stick, move rattlesnakes out of the way, and checking the depth of a creek before crossing.

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