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Caldwell® XLA Fixed Model Bipods

   

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6"-9"

Bipod

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  • $44.99

  • SKU: 1593765

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9"-13"

Bipod

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  • $49.99

  • SKU: 1593766

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13"-23"

Bipod

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  • Attaches to almost any firearm with a swing swivel stud
  • Lightweight aluminum design
  • Features notched legs for easy indexing
  • Soft rubber feet and a padded base
Stable shooting support! Attaches to almost any firearm with a sling swivel stud. Lightweight aluminum design deploys quickly with spring-loaded legs that go to the shooting position with the touch of a button. Features notched legs for easy indexing, sling connection point, multi-section collapsible legs, soft rubber feet, and a padded base.  
Caldwell® XLA Fixed Model Bipods 4.4 5 25 25
Good Value Easy to install. Not as easy to use as a Harris. The indents on the legs limit the placement of the legs, as the stops will only "set" in the indents. The indents also make the diameter of the legs smaller & I suppose subject to breakage. Only time will tell. Legs do not spring back to original location like Harris legs either. Overall a good value, sturdy & stable. Next time I'll though I'll spend twice as much and buy a Harris. I don't want to risk that shot of a lifetime, even if this will work fine. November 22, 2010
Dissapointed I have been looking for a bipod for my Remington 700 for a while, but I did not want to spend $90-$100. When I saw this one I ordered it immediately. It arrived in the mail today so I tried it out on my rifle. No matter what I tried I could not get it to seat properly. It will attatch to the rifle, but there was about a 1/4" gap between the bipod and the stock. I tried it on two different rifles with two different type stocks and had the same problem. I will be returning it on Sunday. October 14, 2009
Great for rimfire. I use this on my Savage 93R for target/varmint and it works great. No rattles, good price, and having the fixed increments when extending the legs is a plus. No guessing if the legs are even or trying to hold the leg out while tightening and needing three hands. No problems with anything coming loose to date, but the main screw for tightening the assembly to the stock could be beefed up. Even hand tightening it causes it to deflect and start to torque to one side. April 8, 2013
Works good I bought this for my ar15 carbine just to see how well it works. The bipod is great and I love the way it functions and it seems to be holding up great. The only thing is if you want to mount it to and ar you will need a bipod adapter that mounts to a pictanny rail. I found another way to mount it by taking off the front sling loop and using the holes to mount the bipod in. It works well but it's not the right way. Overall though I really like the product. April 9, 2010
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Has anyone used these out of a deer blind? Also, any problems with installing one on a Cooper 243?

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They require a front sling stud to mount onto the front of the forend.
In a blind the legs might not extend long enough to prop you above the window, so you may need a box or table to jack it up.

Excellent for prone shots, longer legs for sitting or squatting.
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SKU 1593767 would be the best option for blinds. There is no guarantee that it will work out of any and all ground blinds due to the height being adjustable to 13”-23”.

This bipod attaches to the front Swivel stud of the firearm. Thank you.
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Wil this fit a savage 17

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Yes. I'm currently using this bipod on a Savage 93r TR. There is a slight gap along the center, but still plenty of contact along the outer edges.
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Yes it will as long as you have the sling stud.
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No I do not think it would because of the action/cycle of the rifle. This does not mean that there is possibly a system on the market that WILL work. I just don't feel this would be a good choice for a pump action rifle
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don't think so
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As long as your rifle has sling swivel studs on it you should be able to use this bipod.
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Attaches to almost any firearm with a sling swivel stud. Thanks
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Attaches to almost any firearm with a sling swivel stud. Thanks
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This should fit with great ease to your Savage. Depending on how high you want the rifle the Caldwell XLA Model Bipods should do a very nice job. I have mine set between 6-9", and I am very pleased with its perfomance.
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No, almost any firearm with a sling swivel stud. Needs to be a swivel stud.
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If your gun has a swivel stud on the front of the forend then this should fit.
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Attaches to almost any firearm with a sling swivel stud. Thanks
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you should get a clamp on style bipod they work pretty good they clamp on to the barrel
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If this bipod will not fit my AR-15 what bipod and/or bipod adapter will solve the problem?
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Attaches to almost any firearm with a sling swivel stud. Thanks
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if it has a standard ball stut sling mount i should
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