Vortex Optics Binocular Tripod Adapter

Vortex Optics Binocular Tripod Adapter
Vortex Optics Binocular Tripod Adapter
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Binocular Tripod Adapter by Vortex Optics
The Vortex Optics Binocular Tripod Adapter makes posting up easy, so you can hang out in your favorite scenic spot and take it all in with no hassle. Attachable to any tripod-adaptable binoculars and most tripod mounts, this adapter lets you easily mount your bincoulars to give your arms a rest as you watch the sunset or wait for critters.

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SKU: VXO000A
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