Leapers UTG Heavy Duty Recon 360 Bipod - 8.1" to 12.0"

Manufactured by Leapers UTG
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The Leapers UTG Heavy Duty Recon 360 Bipod puts control of your rifles set up back into your hands. The independently locking legs can be locked in any of 5 positions including forward or back, allowing clearance of accessories and grips, as well as greater versatility when dealing with uneven terrain. The tension adjustable base allows for a full 360 degrees of panning and multi-axis tilt to ensure you can keep your rifle level while scanning or tracking moving targets.

The high profile bipod allows for five settings for central height, ranging from 8.1" to 12.0" with the legs in the 90-degree position.

  • Offset picatinny mount frees up Picatinny rail space and improves stability
  • Independently angled legs can be locked in 5 positions
  • Tension adjustable 360-degree panning with multi-axis tilting
  • Legs feature 5 height positions with thumb wheel locking
  • All terrain non-slip rubber foot pads
  • Includes kit for mounting to swivel studs
  • Center height adjustable from 8.1" to 12.0"


BrandLeapers / UTG
FinishHardcoat Anodized
Foot StyleRound
Leg StyleNotched
MountM1913 Picatinny
PanLeft-Right Panning
Weight15.3 Oz

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Ratings & Reviews

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Best Money I ever spent!


Bought one of these several months ago and absolutely love it. I can pan, tilt and lean into a shot with no problems what so ever. I have used this bi-pod on my AR15, 270, 30.06 and .308 with consistent results. The pivoting ball set up is ingenious, you can make it as stiff or loose as you want by tightening/loosening the pivot ball screw. My son, grandson and a couple of buddies have fired my rifles from this bi-pod and after doing so got one for themselves they liked it so much. <br>It is light weight, easy to install and attaches to your existing picatinny rail or you can use the included sling swivel kit and turn your front sling swivel into a mount for this device and still have the sling attachment point for use with your sling. It is easy on/off and has a square lug to lock it in place on your rail.<br>Best $50.00 bucks I ever spent. I wouldn't trade this bi-pod for the world. It is as good or better than a Harris without the extra hundred price tag that goes with that name.


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The mount broke free from the pivot ball and spun freely on the bolt. It happened shortly after mounting it to my gun and trying it out. I couldn't fix it because the bolt was epoxied to the ball. It was as if the bolt wasn't tightened enough and epoxy was holding the mount because it was crunchy.
<br>I wouldn't recommend this mount on that experience alone. If it weren't for that I still wouldn't recommend it. You can't load into it because it has to travel forward until it stops itself. The ball pivot is highly overrated. It really only needs to rock left and right.
<br>I returned it for a refund and the refund was $6.86 dollars less than what I paid so if you buy one expect to lose money if it fails out of the box.