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1-year limited warranty
List Price $39.97 Save $12.00 (30%)
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Things I liked: Price.
Things I would have changed: Not compatible with benjamin sling. The metal piece on end of sling gets caught in the pivot mechanism of the bipod legs, therefore legs do not close completely. Have to really jimmy the sling around into a perfect position before closing the bipod so it does not get caught. Also, this unit more bulky than others i have used.
Things I liked: Everything
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: I put this on my Hatsan Bull Boss. I really like that the legs can be moved forward when not needing to use it or when storing. Better then others I have seen. Very sturdy and easily attaches to pic rail.
Things I liked: yes, this IS an inexpensive bipod, but don't let the price fool you. this is a quality little bipod for the money. the telescoping legs provide ample adjustment and as a relatively small pair, it doesn't add too much weight to the front of the rifle. i only bought this for my .25 Air Force Condor SS because the Air Force brand bipod has a cant swivel and i was always having to sway the rifle to try to get rid of cant because of it. nothing wrong with their design, i just wasn't a fan of the swivel, so i got this to replace it, and it's just as stable as i wanted it to be.
Things I would have changed: nothing, really.
What others should know: this is meant to clamp onto a picatinny/weaver rail. if you have an 11mm/3/8" rail on your rifle, you will need an adaptor
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will this mount onto a picatinny rail?
description states it will mount to a picatinny rail.