DCLW Head- Manfrotto 458B Neotec Pro tripod - $475

Discussion in 'Other Stuff For Sale' started by elkregulator, Oct 8, 2011.

  1. elkregulator

    elkregulator Well-Known Member

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    DCLW Head with side pressure plates, practically new. Foam added to pressure plates to not scratch the mounted rifle.
    Attached via a dovetail or screw in mounts to tripod. Once you mount your rifle you can tilt and lock your rifle in place.


    Manfrotto 458B Neotec Pro. It is also virtually new, with little field time. This is one of the best tripods you can buy.
    Awesomely fast and easy to use the 458B has the innovative Neotec rapid opening and closing mechanism-just pull each leg downwards to open and automatically lock it in any position with no screws knobs or levers to tighten or loosen. Then to fold it back up again press the mechanism release button and push the leg closed. Combined with the 458B's high load capacity great min-max height range and its full range of professional features this makes it the ideal tripod for location work under pressure. The 458B has a built in carrying handle; a two-section centre column for low angle or normal shooting and four set leg angle positions. "Upside down" leg construction also stops the worst of the mud you're standing in from ending up inside the tripod.
    This is the best system I have found for 13+ lb rifles while standing, sitting in a chair, or kneeling.
    Tripod can even be used prone.
    The tripod alone sells for over $400.

    Price for the complete system shipped is $475
    Please ask any questions.
    Shipped insured CONUS
    Shipped after payment clears (checks, MO, etc)- paypal (you pay fees) accepted
    Thanks for looking!
    elkregulator@gmail.com

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  2. elkregulator

    elkregulator Well-Known Member

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    Sold pending funds....
     

  3. gmckee

    gmckee New Member

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    Is this still available? How tall does the tripod reach (high and low)?