In general tripods can be broken down to 3 categories:
Series 1 – Lightweight/size-restricted; lightweight hunting (Ascend-14; TQC-14;Ultralight Series 1 )
Series 2 – Mid-weight but high rigidity minded, Some Competition use, Popular with Military units needing lighter weight gear. ( TVC Series 2; TFC Series 2; TFCT Series 2)
Series 3 – When high-capacity and rigidity is top priority; weight of tripod is a minimal or a non-factor; most popular for competition, Law Enforcement, and Military (TVC Series 3; TFC Series 3;TFCT Series 3)

Ball Heads – There are various sizes and designs to suit different mission requirements. All have a high degree of articulation, fit any standard tripod, are quick and simple to operate and are the most popular choice.
Leveling Bases – Perfect for flatter terrain requiring less vertical and angular articulation, leveling bases have fewer moving parts, lower center of gravity and maximum stability for rifle mounting.

3-4 Letters in the beginning describe the Apex style and leg material
TQC – Tripod, Quick-Column, Carbon
TVC – Tripod, Versa, Carbon
TFC – Tripod, Fixed, Carbon
TFCT – Tripod, Fixed, Carbon, Tapered

First number describes which Series it is:
1 Series – 28.4mm main tube
2 Series – 32.6mm main tube
3 Series – 36.7mm main tube
4 Series – 40.7mm main tube
The second number shows how many sections are on each leg

Hence, TVC-33 is a tripod with a Versa-style apex, the largest tube diameter is a 3 series, 36.7mm tube and it has 3 leg sections.

•  Custom plates are available for some specific makes and models of chassis; there are also plates for the industry standard mounting systems, like M-LOK (TM of Magpul Industries Corp.), KeyMod (TM of Bravo Company MFG, Inc.) , and of course Picatinny rails (also known as MIL-STD-1913 rail or STANAG 2324 rail).
•  Multi-Purpose Rails (MPR) are for hunters or customizers that want to inlet/bed our dovetail to their traditional stocks.
•  MPR-73, B76. B22, B6, and Cinch-LR are available for most spotting scopes and Binoculars.
•  There are many other types of mounts located in our Rails, Mounts, and Adapter section where we lay out popular items for most all pieces of gear you are trying to affix to your tripod or rifle.

Really Right Stuff Lever-style quick-release clamps are compatible with our RRS 1.5” Dovetail standard utilized by many of the most popular rifle manufacturers and machinists in the firearms industry. Our Lever-style clamp tolerances also accommodate a fairly wide range of over/under-sized plates that do not fully comply with our standard. However, if your plate is too large for our clamp to close or if it easily slides when our clamp is closed, then your plate/rail is not machined to our standard and there is no adjustment feature. The Standard is located HERE and can be used free of charge.


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If you’d like to send your item in for service, please pack it carefully and send it in to:

Really Right Stuff Repairs
720 S. 850 E.
Lehi, UT 84043 USA

Enclose a detailed description of the issue(s) and include your contact information. We will contact you with a repair estimate once your item has been inspected – simple repairs that don’t fall under your 5 year warranty usually start around $40-60, but a repair estimate will be given and your approval is required before the service is done. Present turnaround time is approximately 1-3 weeks, not including return shipping time.

Please see the following steps for processing a return of your recent order:

1. Place the original package into a sturdy shipping carton.
2. Include your shipping box, include a copy of the original packing slip, as well as a brief note with instructions on whether you would prefer a refund or exchange.
3. Please do not place stickers or shipping labels on the original manufacturer’s package.
4. Ship via a method that provides both insurance and tracking.
*NOTE:Return shipping charges are the responsibility of the customer. We are not responsible for lost or damaged packages.

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Really Right Stuff Returns Dept.
720 S 850 East
Lehi, Utah 84043 USA

•All returned or exchanged items must be in new condition, in their original box, and must include all packing material, blank warranty cards, manuals, and all accessories.
•Really Right Stuff is not responsible for personal items left in returned merchandise.
•Defective items may be repaired or exchanged at our discretion for the same model or manufacturer’s equivalent model.
•No Return/Exchange on any used equipment.
•No Return/Exchange beyond 30 days after receipt of order.

Yes. The order can be placed for your required items regardless of the present stock status. This will ensure one is allocated for you in advance and is the fastest way to receive your gear. We fulfill all pending backorders in the order received, so waiting for the stock status to change can take longer than simply placing a backorder, especially for high-demand items. The anticipated time an item is on backorder varies greatly. If it is a simple replenishment issue, it will be within 3-4 weeks on average. If a product is being completely redesigned, it may be over a year, however this is not the norm. Your card will not be charged until everything ships out.