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.