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    UTG Bipod, SWAT/Combat Profile, Adjustable Height, Rubberized Stand

    UTG Bipod, SWAT/Combat Profile,
Adjustable Height, Rubberized Stand
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    1-year limited warranty

    SKU PY-A-2769


    List Price $24.95 Save $5.00 (20%)

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    • Bipod
    • Panning
    • Posi-lock
    • Telescoping legs (6.7" to 7.5")
    • Folding legs (reversible)
    • Swivel stud or Picatinny mount
    • Rubberized feet
    • 6.2" to 6.7" center height
    This is a smaller bipod & is recommended for smaller shooters.

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    Item Code: TL-BP28S [PY-A-2769]

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    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

      By Vincent from USA on 2014-07-26
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    Things I liked:Seems to be well built. I wanted something for my MROD.22 and T200 so that I had a "rest" but didn't have to bother with bags, etc. The legs only extend about an inch, which I thought was kind of silly at first. I was looking for things to shoot from (stable areas) on the back deck. I shoot the MROD 50 yds into a target backstop in the pole barn. I tried shooting from the table on the deck, but eh height was too low to be comfortable. Then I found the cover of the hot tub was just right... BUT it was sloped a little. Oh yeah! the legs adjust independently.... not very much, mind you, but certainly enough to level the rifle on this surface and its been great! So, all in all...yeah.. great value for the money, especially compared to the $70 units at cabelas.
    Things I would have changed:Nothing comes to mind... it works just fine for my needs.
    What others should know:The "adjustable height" is a bit misleading... it's more of a level adjustment since you only get about an inch of leg extension.

    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

      By Sylinias from USA on 2014-03-10
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    Things I liked:Nice anti-tilt feature and stability, and it has a nice aluminum construct.
    Things I would have changed:Not a thing, its pretty great.
    What others should know:Its good for the price of money, if you are thinking of getting a bipod get this one, unless you are looking to spend a bit more.

    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:4.0 4.0

      By Todd from USA on 2014-02-21
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    Things I liked:Increased stability, small size to allow for support on a variety of items when standing, less bulky (when a smaller unit can be used)
    Things I would have changed:The description of the mounts. Advertised for airguns, I thought would be the smaller 10mm mount. It was a full size 20mm type (approx measurements). Just a problem with the description on the sales site, not a judgement on the product itself.
    What others should know:Nice short bipod!
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    • Sebastian from USA asked:

      Will this fit the rail under the pump on an Crosman M4-177? These legs are to short to apply them on the rail under the front sight.

      • Jerry from USA:

        I wouldn't suggest using it on that gun

    • Daniel from USA asked:

      would this fit the crosman fury 2 blackout?

      • Sebastian from USA:

        There isn't a rail on the bottom of that rifle, you would have to get a UTG Dragon Claw Clamp on bipod for the barrel.

    • Micah from USA asked:

      Can this be put on an RWS 350 Magnum?

      • Stacey from USA:

        You would need to mount it pretty far back by screwing a small weaver/picatinny rail to the stock where it would not interfere with the barrel when cocking. Bipods on springers is generally not a good idea, best to rest it on something soft if you don't want to use the proper artillery hold.

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