- Load Capacity: 44 lb
- Max Height: 68.1″
- Folded Length: 18.9″
- Leg Sections: 4
The CT-3441T Rapid Carbon Fiber Tripod from Feisol is a solid set of heavy-duty four-section carbon fiber legs that weigh 2.6 lb, hold up to 44 lb, and can be extended to 68.1″. The legs are reverse-folding so that they enclose the center column and optional ball head, allowing them to fold down to 18.9″. Feisol’s Rapid anti-leg rotation technology prevents unwanted leg twist. A tripod bag is included for storage and transport. We pair this with the Sirui VA-5 pan-head to create an extremely solid package that will handle about any optic you’re man enough to pack short of a Kowa Highlander or Docter 80mm binocular. You could shoot off this tripod if you have a well balanced rifle, but if that’s an important factor to you, I would step up to our RRS tripods for better performance.
Feisol 3441 Tripod Legs
Sirui VA-5 Pan head
Tripod Adapter Plate and 1/4-20 Mounting Screw
|Dimensions||6 × 6 × 30 in|
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This is a very solid tripod with a robust weight rating of 44 pounds in a sub 4 pound kit when paired with the Sirui VA-5 head. It’s not the lightest or most compact, but if you need more stability than a typical backpacking tripod, then either of our Feisol tripods are worth a look. I’ve run this with the BTX 95 and was pleased with how it handled. It’s not going to manage wind vibrations like an RRS, but this tripod and head combo is over $700 cheaper and is more affordable as a rental item too. Anyone 6’2″ and under should be able to use this as a stand up tripod on flat ground when fully extended.
If you can shoot kneeling or sitting, with the center column down, this tripod will provide good support for a hunting rifle under 12 pounds.
|Load Capacity||44.1 lb / 20 kg|
|Maximum Working Height||68.1″ / 173 cm|
|Minimum Working Height||18.9″ / 48 cm|
|Folded Length||18.9″ / 48 cm|
|Head Mount Type||3/8″-16 Screw|
|Weight||2.6 lb / 1.2 kg|
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