The long-range hunter needs a quality tripod for both glassing and shooting. Shooting off a tripod opens a wide range of shooting opportunities that the prone-only hunter otherwise misses. Gunworks configured the Revic Stabilizer Backpacker Tripod as the perfect all-around application for balancing weight, stability, features, quality, and affordability.
The RS-255c carbon fiber tripod legs feature a 22mm max tube diameter, five leg sections, 50” max height, and twist locks, with a max load capacity of 8.8 lbs. The large-diameter carbon legs are stiff and lightweight providing you with a solid shooting and glassing platform without weighing you down. Three angle stops on the legs give you adjustability in a variety of positions and terrain.
The RB-30 Ball Head is Arca-Swiss dovetail compatible and features a large 30mm ball diameter with a 3/8-16 mounting hole, pan feature, and multiple tensioning knobs. The RB-30 head provides a stable platform for glassing and plenty of articulation for shooting from any angle or position. With the Stabilizer Backpacker Tripod, you can leave your bipod at home and achieve a solid shooting position while prone, sitting, kneeling, or standing.
The Phoenix Shooting Bags Tony Bag of Doughnuts is a great option if you don’t want your rifle attached to the tripod while shooting, simply lay the bag over the tripod head and rest your rifle on the bag. The kit includes two Arca-Swiss plates, interchangeable spike feet, a weight hook, Allen wrenches, a carrying case, and instructions.