Harris Bipod 6-9 Inch Standard Legs - Swivel

Manufactured by Harris
Manufactured by Harris
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Harris Bipods provide an excellent forward rest, steadying the weapon while reducing fatigue and increasing accuracy. These quick detachable bipods mount to any available sling swivel stud on bolt action or modern sporting rifles. The bipod stows conveniently out of the way when not in use, folding toward the muzzle. Stowed legs are kept firmly in place by sturdy spring returns.
  • Swivel base
  • Aluminum alloy construction with some steel parts
  • Common sling swivel attachment
  • Smooth adjustable legs
  • Spring return
  • Extends from 6" to 9"
  • Weight: 13 oz
  • Made in the U.S.A. 

Smooth legs allow height adjustments from 6 to 9 inches. Thumb screws on each leg lock in the desired height. Protected by an all-weather black anodized finish. The base swivels laterally helping level your rifle on uneven ground. Tension adjustment in the hinged base eliminates any unwanted slack. A sling may still be used by attaching to the bipod's swivel stud clamp.
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Accessory AttachmentBipod/Sling Stud
BrandHarris Engineering
Foot StyleRound
Leg StyleSmooth
Mount TypeSling Swivel Stud
Weight13 Oz
California Prop 65 warning

 WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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