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UTG Low-Profile Dragon Claw Clamp-on Barrel Bipod
Choose the UTG Dragon Claw Clamp-on Bipod for rock solid mounting to your gun and exceptional durability.
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Things I liked: The bipod fit perfect on the gas tube of my M1A Scout rifle. It stayed snug firing 50 rounds and continues to be sturdy product.
Things I liked: Exactly what I wanted! I had it out of the box and mounted on my rifle in 5 minutes. Just what I needed to steady my shooting squirrels ! Thyanks for a great and inexpensive piece of equipment.
Things I would have changed: N/A
What others should know: N /A
Things I liked: EASY TO INSTALL
Things I would have changed: NOTHING
What others should know: I PURCHASED THIS FOR MY WINCHESTER M14. IT INSTALLED WITHIN 30 SECONDS AND TIGHTENED INTO PLACE WITH A THUMBSCREW. IT HOLDS THE WEAPON NICE AND STEADY. IT IS VERY DURABLE AND CAN TAKE A FAIR AMOUNT OF ABUSE.
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Hi, will this UTG bi-pod fit a Beeman Silver Kodiak X2 Dual Caliber?
Would this work on my Gamo Varmint? It's exactly 19mm.
It will fit, I tried it, absolutely amazing.
That is very close to the outside measurement that the bipod will fit. It will be very close.
Allow me to refer back to Michael's inquiry if bipod needs to be removed to load breakbarrels. Stanley responded and within his reaponse had made the statement ..."Most spring or gas piston rifle aren't accurate when shooting from a bipod."... If this statement is true, outside of bringing a gun vise/lead sled, what platform should those shooting gas piston breakbarrels utilize in the field for added accuracy and stability?
If you place the bipod too close where the barrel breaks, you won't be able to properly load it. If you place it more towards the muzzle, it's fine. This bipod in particular works amazing for stability, highly recommended.