MAD Gunner Tri-StiX

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posted on June 5, 2013
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6/5/2013

Flambeau Outdoors has introduced a new version of its MAD Gunner StiX with a third leg called the MAD Gunner Tri-StiX.

Featuring something being called a living-rubber connector, the third leg on the Tri-StiX can be swung to the front or the back, depending on the situation.

Made of non-glare tubular fiberglass, this gun rest allows quick deployment while also creating a sturdy saddle to protectively cradle the hunter's gun. Each leg is also a single piece, so there is no telescoping or in-field assembly. MSRP $24.99

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