I really can’t imagine spending $400 on a set of wood shooting sticks. You’d get 16 attempts at $25 to build yours. Do you have any photos of yours?You can make a set for about $25.00 using six pieces of1/2" hardwood dowel, and either a piece of 1/2" EMT or three1/2" copper repair couplings. I used the EMT because it is much cheaper. I cut the EMT into 12" pieces. I then bought a rubber drive belt for a Kirby Vacuum Cleaner. I used a short screw to permanently fasten a piece of the EMT to the bottom leg which I kept full length i.e.36". The upper leg gets shortened to suit. The three upper legs are held together by the rubber drive belt. This set up works and it doesn't cost an arm and a leg. BTW it packs and or travels very well.
Thanks, prefer used
Officially, you should not. Unofficially, I've put the sticks in my 3-gun case 14 trips to Africa and never had an issue. But I don't tempt fate by putting anything else in the case that is confusing to the x-ray operator that could result in them pulling my bag off the plane, thus ruining my hunt.Are there any issues with TSA shipping in same case with firearm(s)?