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Outdoorsmans Panner

$ 109.99
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Overview

The Outdoorsmans Panner offers a smaller, more stable glassing option. The panner will turn without the need to squeeze a pistol grip, but can also be locked tight in place using the "Pan" lever. These new features make for much smoother glassing. Our panner is great for use with heavier binoculars and spotting scopes, but can be used with any pistol grip option. As with all of the Outdoorsmans products, the Panner is 100% manufactured aluminum; it is guaranteed to last.

Weight: 2.5oz

3/8 stud will be needed to attach the panner to an Outdoorsmans tripod.

 

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Smooth to Move

I've been using this system since the panner came out some years ago. Much smoother and easier to move in small increments than the pistol grip alone.

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R.K.
Essential Item

If you want to make your glassing more efficient attach this panner to the Trigger head. Effortless glassing my simply adjusting the tension so that you can bump your optics with your nose and move it along the landscape. In cold conditions allowed you to keep your hands warm while still very effectively glassing. Essential!

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
100%
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M
M.L.S.
Smooth to Move

I've been using this system since the panner came out some years ago. Much smoother and easier to move in small increments than the pistol grip alone.

R
R.K.
Essential Item

If you want to make your glassing more efficient attach this panner to the Trigger head. Effortless glassing my simply adjusting the tension so that you can bump your optics with your nose and move it along the landscape. In cold conditions allowed you to keep your hands warm while still very effectively glassing. Essential!

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