BOG Death Grip Clamping Tripod

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The BOG Tripod is engineered to be the most stable shooting platform for its price point. The legs offer unmatched durability year after year. The patented clamp secures any weapon, hands-free, freeing the BOG hunter to glass or call on the hunt with ease. Take on your UNKNOWN, season after season, with the most reliable shooting tripod.

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product works great! thirdhand for those recovering from a stroke.
October 30, 2020
3 weeks ago
Solid as a rock
Hunted twice with it now, and it holds an 8 lb. crossbow with no issue. Makes sighting in a breeze also with scopes. Looking forward to my son or myself taking a deer with it in the next month or so.
October 17, 2020
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Awesome addition to my hunting gear!
Bought the aluminum Deathgrip from Bass Pro last month and my buddies all thought I was nuts for paying over $150 for such a thing. But after spending less than 90 minutes at the range last weekend and yet completely sighted in 3 rifles with new optics on each one, they all becamr very interested in my new favorite long rifle accessory.
My only concern has actually been expressed in a couple of other reviews above mine. The clamp is definitely high quality and capable of handling harsh conditions that you face while shooting. But I did get frustrated that my Winchester XPR 308 kept creeping up and almost of the clamp with each shot. The factory stock on that rifle isn't high quality, but I think the real problem stems from the clamp's sturdy design. That rifle stock has a moderate taper to it and the clamp has very minimal slack in it when being tightened down. While it works phenomenally with my Magpul Hunter stock on my Remington 700 chambered in 223, it has difficulty holding on to my 308 for more than 4 shots before I'm forced seat the rifle in the clamp again.
October 16, 2020
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Stable Hunter
Picked up the BOG Death Grip for hunting prairie dogs in ND. It’s a stable platform and makes for stable shots at distance. I saw some complaints about stability however with the spikes deployed and the grip locked down I spent hours away from the gun in 30 mph winds without issue. If you want to compare it to a RRS Tripod it will fall short but for the price I haven’t seen anything else that even remotely comes close.
The BOG Death Grip works great for Prarie Dog hunting. Frees up the hands for spotting and lunch.
The BOG Death Grip works great for Prarie Dog hunting. Frees up the hands for spotting and lunch.
September 22, 2020
1 month ago
Above and beyond
I bought the death grip a month or so ago for my daughter. She is using it for hunting and shooting in general. This thing surpassed every expectation I had of it. Very well built and easy to use. I would suggest if you are in the market to purchase this one.
September 22, 2020
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I love this tripod, but...
I absolutely love this tripod with three exceptions: 1. I wish there were measurement lines on the legs, and 2. I wish that it had a beefy camera/spotting scope head that you can swap with the gun mount. 3. I wish it was available in camo. Otherwise, I love the robust legs, thick and solid. I highly recommend this tripod for shooting.
September 6, 2020
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It’s a little heavy, but works well.
It was a present from a friend. The one that was purchased for me is not the carbon fiber. I lost my left arm last November with an amputation. The death grip works well but it’s a little heavy for me. I’ve only used it once but I was able to hit the bull’s-eye at 100 yards. I wish I didn’t known about the carbon fiber I would like to exchange the one I have for it. I would give it an excellent rating.
August 29, 2020
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My best tripod!
I not only shoot guns, but I shoot photography as well. This tripod is literally the best in my inventory. It’s light, robust and easy to use. In my opinion, it only has one flaw, the ability to quickly convert from weapon platform to camera platform. I do wish the screws and clips were made of “metal.” That being said, I love this tripod and know that it’s main intent to put rounds down range, so I give it 5-Stars!!!
August 23, 2020
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More than happy with this Tripod. Stable, sturdy, and reliable at a great price. Will be buying another for law enforcement training courses.
August 3, 2020
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Tried 2x so far w a Winchester M70 30/6. Experimented with for aft positioning of the rifle. After 1-2 shots the rifle slips in the mount. Wrote support no response after 2 days. Will try calling. Nice materials but unit does not function as I expected.
July 22, 2020
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