TRUGLO TACPOD

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CON­STRUC­TION: Metal

HEIGHT: 9–13 inches, de­ployed

WEIGHT: 16 ounces

AT­TACH­MENT: 1913 Pi­catinny rail (tested) or sling swivel stud

MSRP: $45 URL: TruGlo.com

Sim­i­lar to the Har­ris-de­signed bipods, The TacPod is spring loaded for de­ploy­ment and lock­ing. While there is no pos­i­tive lock­ing mech­a­nism to keep the legs de­ployed, the springs seem to have enough ten­sion to keep them from clos­ing while the bipod is moved around. With the bipod at­tached, the bot­tom of the ri­fle is 8¼ inches from the ground at the low­est set­ting and 13½ inches at the fully opened po­si­tion. Fully ex­tended, it has a width of slightly more than 14 inches and is still very sta­ble. The knob to tighten the bipod to a sling swivel stud is large and easy to tighten. It comes with a Pi­catinny at­tach­ment that will re­quire a hex wrench to at­tach. The legs have a spring as­sist for de­ploy­ment af­ter the ten­sion grip is pressed. Clos­ing the legs re­quires press­ing the ten­sion ad­just­ment and man­u­ally re­turn­ing the legs. This bipod doesn’t tra­verse or cant, but at the $45 price point, it’s a solid sup­port and built pretty durably.

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