TAC Shield Introduces Precision Engineered Heavy Duty Bipods

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posted on April 30, 2014
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TAC Shield introduced the company's new line of precision engineered standard and pivoting heavy-duty bipods. High-grade aluminum components are matched with a tough and durable matte finish ensuring a lifetime of shooting performance and protection.

TAC Shield pivoting bipods offer side-to-side pivot capabilities for uneven terrain with a quick adjustment pivot lever. The precision leg locks offer secure variable length adjustment for each leg, accommodating terrain or surface variations. Each leg offers an additional fast extension that locks in place. On the bottom of both legs, ribbed grip caps provide a secure and steady rest. Legs retract quickly and positively with spring return release buttons.

TAC Shield products are available from many leading tactical, sport and military retailers across the country. All products are backed with a lifetime warranty.

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