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PY-A-9617

UTG Recon 360 TL Bipod, 5.5"-7.0" Center Height, Picatinny

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UTG Recon 360 TL Bipod, 5.5"-7.0" Center Height, Picatinny

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UTG Recon 360 TL Bipod, 5.5" - 7.0" Center Height, Picatinny

  • 3 Position folding legs and lockable leg extensions equipped with nonslip rubberized foot pads
  • Center height adjustable from 5.5" - 7.0"
  • Fine-tunable tension adjustment lever applies the user desired amount of tension to the bipod's 360-degree panning & 15-degree forward, rearward, left, and right tilt
  • Durable aircraft aluminum construction finished in a matte black anodization



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Item Code: TL-BP02-A [PY-A-9617]

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Things I liked:

Top-notch quality. VERY adjustable. Stable. No springs attached.

Things I would have changed:

Warn that the ball joint might be tight ( See below- I thought mine was defective). Warn that it might not fit some guns with short-necked air bottles.

What others should know:

1. WILL NOT WORK with FX Impact M3 compact: the mount interferes with the air bottle. I made it work on mine by McGivering a spacer. 2. It's not obvious, but a ball joint provides the adjustability. Mine was VERY stiff. Don't be afraid to to use some muscle to break it free, then it's good.

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Things I liked:

Very versatile like the small size!

Things I would have changed:

Bend Ford and back for the legs not just one detection!

What others should know:

It dose the job well!

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5.0 5.0

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Things I liked:

No external springs. Easy to adjust. Seems rugged and looks good. Strong enough for good support. Easy to mount and stays securely mounted. Pretty much does everything I need.

Things I would have changed:

As others have mentioned, the release or tensioner for the swivel joint is a little tricky so I'm taking off one star. When I use it it's more like an ON/OFF Lock/Unlock switch. I pull the lever down (such as shown in the pictures) to tighten the swivel, and twist it up to the right to loosen it. The swivel is actually a ball so you can not only pan the rifle back and forth but you can raise or lower the elevation AND you can tilt the rifle around the barrel axis to level your cross hairs. I don't know how other bi-pods work but sometimes I only want to adjust elevation or azimuth individually. With this design you have to adjust all three at once. Not sure if there's a better way to do this but I have been getting used to it and it's fine. With moving targets (backyard rats) I unlock the swivel, hold the bi-pod's left leg with my left hand, then hold the rifle and pull the trigger with my right. When I've made my shot I just re-tighten the swivel. Works for me!

What others should know:

If you have a long lower rail for the mount, find the balancing point of your rifle and mount the bi-pod so that the legs are close to that point. It makes it easier to move and adjust the gun. Be sure to keep the legs close to vertical -- since the swivel is a ball it is possible to move the gun slightly forward or backward causing the legs to tilt and reducing the range of your elevation adjustment. Again, my best results with this bi-pod on moving targets is to release the swivel lock while holding one leg upright and steady, aiming and firing with the other hand, then re-locking the swivel joint after the shot has been taken. With practice it becomes second nature. Overall I consider this bi-pod well worth the price paid.

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  • Ed from USA asked:

    what is best mount for wolverine

    • Matt from USA asked:

      Will this mount directly to the accessory rail of the S510

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