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CON­STRUC­TION: Poly­mer han­dle and poly­mer-cov­ered stain­less steel leg in­serts

HEIGHT: 8.25 inches, de­ployed

WEIGHT: 7 ounces

AT­TACH­MENT: 1913 Pi­catinny rail

MSRP: $160


Made of poly­mer and su­per light­weight, the Grip Pod GPS-V2 quickly at­taches to a Pi­catinny rail. With a sin­gle push of the ac­ti­va­tion but­ton, it de­ploys to give you an 8.25-inch bipod. It’s a lit­tle loud when de­ployed, and you have to make sure there is enough room for it to open com­pletely. I found that if this bipod made con­tact with the ground when open­ing, it had to be man­u­ally pulled fully open. This is not a big deal, un­less you are in a hurry. When fully opened, it pro­vides enough clear­ance un­der the ri­fle to ac­com­mo­date a 30-round mag­a­zine—but only when aim­ing the ri­fle to an el­e­va­tion of about 10 to 15 de­grees. When closed, it serves as a ver­ti­cal grip, but be­cause it doesn’t fold flat like the other bipods, if you need to be in the prone po­si­tion lower than 6 inches, the grip would pre­vent that. The GPS-V2 is sim­ple in de­sign, with no cant or pivot, but it works well for its in­tended pur­pose.

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