First Look: Primos Trigger Stick Apex Carbon Fiber Tripod

posted on January 21, 2022
Maintrigger Stick Apev Carbon Fiber Tripod

Primos Hunting has debuted the Trigger Stick Apex Carbon Fiber Tripod. With carbon-fiber-wrapped aluminum legs and a solid Apex-Clamp design, the tripod allows firearms or crossbows to be secured to it. The Trigger Stick Apex offers long-range shooters and backcountry hunters stability with minimal weight.

The Trigger Stick Apex builds on the design of Primos’ patented Trigger Sticks, which allows a hunter to quickly deploy and adjust the tripod’s legs at any height and on any uneven terrain with a squeeze of the trigger. While most other tripods require unlocking and adjusting each leg section one at a time, the Trigger Stick Apex saves precious seconds that could be the difference between a notched tag or a missed opportunity.

The Trigger Stick Apex Tripod’s carbon-fiber-wrapped legs provide up to 50 pounds of load capacity and durability at a fraction of the weight of aluminum or steel, tipping the scales at just seven pounds. The legs extend for a total height of 62-inches or a collapsed height of 28-inches, with any adjustment in between for sitting, kneeling or standing shots. When collapsed, the Trigger Stick Apex can be tethered on the outside of a pack or carried by the trigger grip while on a stalk.

A removable mounting plate makes it easy to switch back and forth between the gun clamp and a binocular or spotting scope adapter or any ball head designs (not included). That makes the Apex Trigger Stick just as useful for long glassing sessions, as it is when pulling the trigger.

For more information, check out Primos.comMSRP: $499.99


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