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Tech Force Bipod for Wood Stock, 8.5"-11.5" High, Foldable

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Tech Force Bipod for Wood Stock, 8.5"-11.5" High, Foldable

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PY-A-3459

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$49.99

List Price $90.00, Orig.Price $69.99 Save $20.00 (28%)

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  • Description
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  • Q & A: 3 answered questions
  • Tech Force bipod
  • For a rifle with a wood stock
  • 8.5" to 11.5" center height
  • Legs fold
  • 1.95 lbs.
  • Incl. wood screw, bolt, nut and sling/bipod rail attachment

Tech Force's sturdy bipod is a solid piece that will stand up to rugged field use. Extend the legs independently and adapt to any type of terrain...even if it isn't level.


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Item Code: TF-8213 [PY-A-3459]

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Things I liked: Its solid metal

Things I would have changed: Add more Screw Sizes

What others should know: The Screw Style Similar To My Marauders Swivel Stud Screw Was Too Small In Diameter

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  • David from USA asked:

    What is your advice mating this near the far end of the wood on a RWS 54 or 56TH? Is it still negative?

    • Tyler from USA:

      With those guns it can be done pretty easily. You would just have to install a swivel stud into the fore stock.

  • paul from USA asked:

    will this work with my RWS 350 mag. .22 cal?

    • Tyler from USA:

      That would require you to drill a swivel stud into the stock. And that would be mounted very far back on the stock as well. You'd be better off with a barrel clamping bipod. That said, generally, bipods and break barrels do not mix as the bipods tend to throw the accuracy way off.

  • Marty from USA asked:

    what is your take on putting this on a break barrel rifle,back behind the cocking mechanism. please advise,i have a Hatsan 1000x vortex GP

    • William from USA:

      Hi, can this be used on Benjamin Trail NP2? What is the alternative? Thx.

    • Ray from USA:

      James, I was wondering the same thing , the more I look at this I'am thinking forget about putting this on a springer ! We will have to buy the " clamp on the barrel " type .

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