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shooting sticknoun [C]

uk   us  
a ​walkingstick that has a ​sharppoint to ​push into the ​ground at one end and a ​foldedpart that ​opens out to use as a ​seat at the other US a ​stick that you ​rest a rifle (= ​longgun) on to ​keep it still when ​shooting
(Definition of shooting stick from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “shooting stick”
in Chinese (Simplified) (顶端可以打开当作凳子用的)折叠座手杖…
in Chinese (Traditional) (頂端可以打開當作凳子用的)折疊座手杖…
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