BLACKHAWK!® Sportster Traverse Pivot Bi-Pod

   

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6"-9"

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Black

9"-13"

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Black
  • Horizontal traverse for smooth target acquisition and tracking
  • Pivot action for level shooting on uneven terrain
  • Field-proven bipod design
  • Rapid-adjust lever lock
  • Durable all-metal construction
  • Spring-return telescoping tubular legs
Combining traversing and pivoting action in a field-proven bipod design, the BlackHawk! Sportster Traverse Pivot Bi-Pod allows you to smoothly track and quickly acquire targets with its horizontal traverse. The pivoting action offers level shooting by swivelling side to side to compensate for uneven terrain. Features include quick-adjust lever lock; high-strength, spring-return telescoping tubular legs; easy attachment to swivel stud; and durable all-metal construction.

NOTE: Sportster Bi-Pods require a Bi-Pod Adapter; they will not mount directly to a picatinny rail.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Purchase I put this bi-pod on my Remington 700 SPS 308 Tactical and this bi-pod works fine. It is stable and flexible and adds some weight to the rifle. I'm satisfied overall. March 3, 2014
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This is not made for pellet guns.
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I'm just wondering if you can mount this so that the legs fold forward toward the end of the barrel? The pics show it as only folding the legs back towards the receiver. Thanks guys and gals!
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I mounted the bi-pod both ways and it works equally well. When you mount it with the legs pointing toward the trigger end of the rifle, the flange used to tighten the bi-pod from moving is easier to adjust. Mounted with the legs forward, there is not as much room between the stock and the bi-pod to adjust it.
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I think that it is supposed to be toward the barrel. I have two of these and both of mine go toward the end of the barrel.
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