TacShield Adustable Bipod

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posted on August 19, 2015
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When shooting from a prone or sitting position, having a sturdy bipod makes a big difference in accurate shooting. Tac Shield offers a heavy-duty adjustable bipod to assist in long-range efforts.

All bipods are constructed of high-grade aluminum and have a durable matte finish. Precision tension leg-locks, swivel stud attachment and spring-assisted leg retraction also come standard, and some models feature a pivoting attachment point that allows the bipod to be fine-tuned for precision shooting when needed. The heavy duty models offer 6 to 9 inch, 9 to 13 inch and 13 to 21 inch adjustment sizes, for benchrest, prone and seated positions.

The adjustable legs pull out to their extended length and retract at the push of a button. The pivot attachment is a large lever rotated counter-clockwise to loosen, which allows the attachment to rotate approximately 15 degrees off center either left or right. This is approximately enough rotation so that the rifle would be level if one leg were extended and the other retracted—as might be needed on uneven terrain.

MSRP: $45.99 for 9-13 inch version.

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