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CON­STRUC­TION: 6061-T6 alu­minum HEIGHT: 6.5–8.25 inches, de­ployed WEIGHT: 17.5 ounces

AT­TACH­MENT: 1913 Pi­catinny rail MSRP: $201


The QD XDS-2C Com­pact Bipod is lighter than it ap­pears. It is solidly built, and de­ploy­ing the legs into the open po­si­tion is very quick. At 90 de­grees, the gun height is 7.5 inches, but when the legs are in the for­ward lock­ing po­si­tion at 45 de­grees, the height drops to 5.5 inches. This bipod has a 20-de­gree tra­verse and 25-de­gree cant. The leg ad­just­ments are easy to get to, but this is not so with the cant knob, which was dif­fi­cult to get at, es­pe­cially when canted to either side (al­though I have big hands). Keep in mind that this is a com­pact bipod: With legs ex­tended, the base width (9 inches) is nar­row. It was dif­fi­cult to keep my Ruger RPR from fall­ing over from the weight—some­thing to think about for heav­ier rifles that need a wider base. How­ever, ARs won’t be a prob­lem. The nice thing about this bipod is the de­sign of the Ac­cuForce QD sys­tem, which makes it ex­tremely easy to add or re­move the bipod. To save space, I usu­ally re­move the bipods from my rifles be­fore putting them back in the gun safe.

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