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UTG Recon 360 TL Bipod
Providing a secure and solid shooting platform, the Recon 360 TL Bipod combines high end features, without breaking the bank! The legs can be folded completely, or run in a canted forward or back postion to conform to any shooting situation. The legs are also height adjustable and lockable, so once you have them set, they can be locked in.
This bipod mounts to nearly any picatinny rail and is capable of 360 degree panning. The panning feature can be easily locked or engaged with the simple throw of the tension adjustment lever. This adjustment is easily tuned to suit your needs as well, making it easy to set up for a wide variety of applications.
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Things I liked: The UTG Recon 360 is great Bipod. I now have three of them.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Very stable and like the way I could center the gun up on uneven surfaces.
Things I liked: This is a nice inexpensive bipod that seems to have some extra's, swivel and tilt, that I may need. I bought it to use with my Marauder rifle. But like many just after a small amount of use the tension lever lost the ability to put tension on the turret enough to prevent movement. Well, there is away to do this but for some reason it's not in the instructions! Read the "Anything else airgunners should know?"
Things I would have changed: Include how to adjust current tension in the instructions!! And put a standard screwdriver slot/groove on the cap for easier removal.
What others should know: The "cap" atop the lever unscrews and must be removed to make any adjustments. But it's not easy because the height of the cap, >1mm, does not allow easy grasping with tools. So, beware that you may scuff it up, as I did, when trying to remove it. The best tool I found was a small vise grip. You could put tape on the vise grip to hep prevent damage to the cap. The cap appears to have some possible thread locking compound on it which explains why my first attempt failed. The cap threads are small and on a small center "spindle", not around the edge as I suspected. With the cap removed, the Allen screw can be removed and the lever sits atop a small hex nut. Lift the lever off the nut and advance it one position counter clockwise. Reset the Allen screw, replace cap and your good to go.
Things I liked: Nothing , besides the fact I only ordered 1 but received 2 in different boxes lt does not lock . It is terribly made . Right now it is an expensive paperweight . Also I have called 3 times with no answers or call backs . You are fast losing a customer that has spent 3 to 4 thousand dollars in the last 6 months .
Things I would have changed: Make it where it will lock tight and hold my Impact up like bipods are supposed to !
What others should know: Beware of the quality !
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It's absolutely mind blowing that they upgraded the panning feature to a more convenient lever Instead of two flat head screws, BUT are now making this bipod a 3 position leg angle Instead if the 5 Position It used to be. I was just going to buy 4 more of these, but now I will have to find the 1st or older model of the UTG Recon 360 somewhere else.
does anyone know if this bipod has a stud or something/someway that you could still connect your sling while the bipod is on the gun? Im looking for a good sturdy bipod with nice features, and still allows me to carry the gun using my sling. I feel more bipods should have this. It shouldnt be that you have to sacrifice one or the other.
This doesn't not have that feature . I know the Caldwell brand does from personal use .
Will this fit the FX Impact?
It will go on the FX but it hits the bottle, which means you will have to grind a little off where they hit . Unless you want to risk pushing on the bottle.