Preview: Nightforce Carbon Fiber Tripod

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posted on January 27, 2017
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The idea behind the new Nightforce Carbon Fiber Tripod is to carry less and do more. Designed as a platform for their spotting scopes, Nightforce also made it usable as a shooting rest. This small and durable unit can even be transformed into a monopod with minimal effort. What if the legs could morph into sturdy, adjustable trekking poles? This tripod can do that, too.

The tripod also features a panning ball head and a modular center stem. Additionally, the carbon fiber legs are divided into four sections.

MSRP: $395. Not as big and bulky as other field tripods, the combination of innovative features, as well as the light weight and durability of carbon fiber—make this tripod a best buy.

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