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CON­STRUC­TION: Bil­let alu­minum

HEIGHT: 6.25–10 inches, de­ployed

WEIGHT: 20.35 ounces

AT­TACH­MENT: 1913 Pi­catinny rail, quick at­tach/de­tach MSRP: $276


The SR-5QD bipod is a bit heav­ier than the vast ma­jor­ity of the other bipods tested. How­ever, that be­ing said, it is high qual­ity and very rugged. The legs have pos­i­tive stops at 90 de­grees, 45 de­grees, front and back, and fold in either the for­ward or rear­ward po­si­tion. Height ranges from 6½ inches in the 45-de­gree locked po­si­tion to 10 inches in the cen­ter po­si­tion with legs fully de­ployed. This bipod also fea­tures a cant ad­just­ment with a large lock­ing lever that is easy to get to and easy to lock. The QD lock is a plus and fea­tures a thumb screw ad­just­ment for pre­cise siz­ing that is also ad­justable with a hex bit. The rub­ber feet are re­mov­able to switch out with spikes for solid ground con­tact. Legs de­ploy with a pull on each leg, with pre­loaded stops at ½-inch in­ter­vals. A push of the leg ten­sion lever snaps the legs to their closed po­si­tion. This bipod has a wide, sta­ble base at 11 inches, with an 8-inch height and 13-inch width with the legs fully ex­tended. It is hard for me to find fault with the Accu-Tac (ex­cept for the price), but if you want real qual­ity and per­for­mance, it’s worth the price.

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