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AirForce Bipod for Condor, Talon, and Texan

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PY-A-860

$65.95

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  • Aluminum bipod
  • Spring-loaded legs extend from 9.5" to 13.5"
  • Legs fold up
  • Attaches with large coin-slotted screw
  • Tilts



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Item Code: AFU1006 [PY-A-860]

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3.0 3.0

By one shot wander from USA on 2020-04-20
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Things I liked: It holds my heavy airforce condor up

Things I would have changed: Different way to tighten/loosen the tilt.

What others should know: Not to bad in my opinion, OTHER then the shoddy way you can adjust the tilt for the gun. The ability to tighten/loosen the tilt is fine, but the way the bolt is held in isn't good engineering at all.. I've had the bipod for less then a month and somehow have made the ability to change tilt tightness worthless. It's sad that it crapped the bed the very day I got my moderator for my condor as well.. let me tell you, it's a pain to have long range shooting with a 17" moderator on the front of a 24" barrel with no bipod

 

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3.0 3.0

By Larry from USA on 2020-03-15
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Things I liked: (First, I've been using this about 8 years now.) Folding legs forward when not in use works well. Pretty light and adds little weight. The $60+ price is ok for what it is and seem a fair deal.

Things I would have changed: The thing I most dislike is the rubber pads on the legs can get pulled off too easily. I haven't lost one yet, but when I do it will be a PIA to replace. I have been meaning to JB Weld (epoxy) them on the leg bottoms but that's a boring task.

What others should know: This bipod will serve you well until you enter the upper realm of airgun shooting. Once there, you'd never use this one and will insist on ones (like Atlas) beginning above $200 an soaring up from there..

 

2.0 2.0

2.0 2.0

By Joshua from USA on 2019-12-08
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Things I liked: It's a bipod.

Things I would have changed: The inside bolt with double thread is barely soldered to the inside but that tightens the bolt. What happens is the threads comes loose from turning the lever to tighten the legs. The nut never tightens the double thread bolt because it doesnt have anything anchoring it right enough, it just spins free, leaving you with loose left/right cantering. I put Gorilla glue on the threads and re-screwed it into the nut, hopefully it will hold enough to allow me to tighten the legs enough so that the gun wont spin freely in the grip of the bipod. If not, I'll be getting a another bipod.

What others should know: Buy the UTG or other bipods, the Airforce one is put together quite shoddy.

 

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  • Stephen from USA asked:

    How much does this bipod weigh?

    • Mark from USA:

      1 1/2 lb

  • Nicholas from USA asked:

    Will this fit the new Texan lss.

    • Mark from USA:

      Yes

  • Michael from USA asked:

    Will this bipod fit the Talon pistol?

    • Mark from USA:

      It should.

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