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  • Strobepro Pistol Grip - Grip Only No Stand

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    PISTOL GRIP ONLY

    Now you can purchase additional Pistol Grips to add to your Strobepro Dual Pistol Grip Roller StandPlease note this listing is for additional grips only and does not include the stand.

    HIGH AND LOW

    The Strobepro Dual Pistol Grip Roller Stand allows you to move your payload anywhere on the column quickly and easily! If you need a rock-solid stand with a wide variety of workable heights and the ability to roll it around the studio, look no further.

    EASY ADJUSTMENTS

    The pistol grips make this such an easy stand to use.  Squeeze to move, release to lock. 

    REVERSIBLE BABY PIN/STANDARD SPIGOT

    The unique spigot that ships with our pistol grips is a baby pin on one side, and a standard light stand spigot with a 1/4" thread on the other.  As with all Strobepro spigots, a squared-off section is present on both sides to prevent unwanted rotation when the locking screw is in place.

    INCLUDES

    1 x Strobepro Pistol Grip
    1 x Strobepro Pistol Grip Spigot

    PSTL-GRP

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    EK
    12/27/2023
    Edward K.
    Canada Canada

    Srobepro Pistol Grip (and Stand)

    This was far more robust and heavy duty than I expected it to be. Definitely the most professional level stand that I own. The pistol grip has a strong grip on the large diameter upright and the Baby Pin on the arm is substantial. The arm itself is far heavier than I expected. "Strong like bull." is a phrase that comes to mind. Well done, Strobepro!