FAB Defense TAR Podium Bipod

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posted on July 13, 2016
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The TAR Bipod by FAB Defense offers bullpup rifle shooters stability when shooting prone, or off any surface. With the simple push of a button, the TAR Podium quick deployment system instantly falls into place to become a maximum stability bipod at a moment’s notice.

The TAR Bipod attaches with a single screw, without interfering with gripping the rifle. Its design is conducive for carry, for it is compact and sleek, and lacks any protruding parts that could get caught on gear or clothing. Additionally the TAR Bipod is made of extremely light, yet durable, reinforced polymer composites.

Installation is fast and easy, and, when attached, the bipod leaves room for needed accessories. Available in black, olive drab green or desert tan.

MSRP $92.80.

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