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Magpul Bipod now shipping

Since showing off its bipod at NRA’s annual meeting earlier this year, we’ve been patiently and politely emailing, texting, DMing, PMing, IMing, VMing, contact forming, and snail mailing Magpul’s offices asking for a release date. As we knew it would, our persistence paid off with a note from Magpul’s marketing team this morning letting us know the bipods are now available to order on its website.

  • Features:
    • Low-profile design and internal mechanics reduce snagging during movement
    • 2.3 inches deep and 3.3 inches wide when stowed under the barrel
    • Optimized for rapid one-handed adjustments
    • Spring-tensioned legs snap down and lock into position for use
    • Seven 1/2-inch spaced locking leg detents
    • Legs extend 4 inches, from 6.3 inches to 10.3 inches
    • Knurled locking knob for 50° of  tilt and 40° of pan adjustment
    • Rubber cap on adjustment knob is a non-marring forward rest when the bipod is folded
    • Pan can be locked at 0° while maintaining tilt functionality
    • Includes staggered soft rubber feet
    • Uses Atlas compatible replacement feet
    • Available in Black and Flat Dark Earth
  • Construction & Materials:
    • 11 ounces
    • Stainless steel internals
    • Hard anodized 6061 T-6 aluminum and injection-molded polymer construction
    • Made in the USA
  • Part numbers:
    • MAG933 for M-LOK
    • MAG941 for 1913 Picatinny Rail
    • MAG951 for A.R.M.S. 17S Style
  • MSRP $110

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