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Unread 02-05-2007, 12:17 PM
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Sling Stix

Anyone every used these for hunting? Thought about getting one for my son's gun with no bi-pod. Let me know your thoughts. http://www.slingstix.com/
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    Re: Sling Stix

    I have not used one for hunting but I played with one at Bass Pro. It seemed quite flimsy to me but would probably be okay for shooting under 200 yds. Just my impression. I do like the idea, though.
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    Unread 11-23-2007, 09:27 PM
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    Sling Stix

    I have them on my Savage 300 WSM and they take getting used to. They are awkward at first until you can find a comfortable and accurate way to hold them. Probably good up to 250 or 300 yards at best.
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    I live not far from Springfield, MO. Bass Pro and they have sling stixs in their outlet store by the hundreds. I have tried them and they are junk. I think the idea is good but the product is "junk". I hope someone comes up with a better product.
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    Re: Sling Stix

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    I live not far from Springfield, MO. Bass Pro and they have sling stixs in their outlet store by the hundreds. I have tried them and they are junk. I think the idea is good but the product is "junk". I hope someone comes up with a better product.
    We've got them instock but I'm going to have to agree. They are junk!! The only way I sell a pair is if someone asks for them by name. I would NEVER recommend them to anyone.
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