The 10 Best Shooting Accessories – Bipods reviews
Harris Pivoting Bipod
Caldwell® Nonpivoting XLA Bipod
- 6" to 9"
- 9" to 13"
- 13" to 23"
- 13-1/2" to 27"
BLACKHAWK!® Sportster/TraverseTrack Bipods
Hey YouTube just making this video tonight following up in my series of review of the hardware. Ipurchased for my 308 rifle I'm sorry. It has taken this long to make. This last video but I've had. Some bad fish a couple days ago. And it's taken me a couple days to get over. And my dog died that was rough as well but anyways back to. What we're here for I wanted to do. This review tonight on my Blackjacks Sportster bipod. Ipurchased from a savage 308. Ipurchased this bipod. Ipurchased I bought. It but a little bit cheaper. What I had originally planned paid for a bipod. One of the reasons why I went ahead. And bought because uh. Iknew the Blackjack brand was a good reliable brand like. They make good quality stuff. Iwas kinda hoping this bipod followed in. That a good quality nature at the Blackjack brand ass. And for the most part. It is a good quality bipod. You can just look at. And kind of tail that it's pretty well put together it's kind of rugged feeling but. Icome to realize this bipod was not designed for a higher caliber round. What I mean by that is uh. It would be perfect for a 22. Or 17 HMR something around. That size rifle just. Something small to kind of play around with maybe do. Some small game like varmint hunting with but. Nothing big like a 308.
One of a rifle of that caliber the reason why I say. Because the way this bipod works. Several moving parts on. When did the legs fold which standard on. All by pods one pivots in the cradle here. This cradle here the rifle will pivot from side to side. And sway and then the legs extend from six inches down to nine inches. And that's basically. All the movement that you're going to have out of. This box I first put. And was just kind of testing and see. It would fit I just feel comfortable. And whatnot it was. All working great I tightened up the pivot so. It would it was dead-on. It was working great. And World War two Jacks got out to shoot.
And on the same day. Itested those NATO rounds. We shot about 10 to 15 rounds. Inoticed it started to sway in. This harness rocky and the harness like. If the pivot adjuster had started to loosen but. Ichecked it was still as tight as. Ihad originally had. It tightened to I just tightened. It as much as I could keep shooting and. It was just still kind of pivoted a little bit. And then the harness. And then at one point. And World War two Jacks. We can be moved. It up towards the targets. Iwent ahead I extended the legs out to. This nine inch there nine inch extension. Ilay down to test and fired two shots. And on the second shot. Iguess the force of the bullet exiting the rifle. It triggered the release button here.
It triggered it the leg came back up in. And went back to its six-inch position which caused the rifle to dip like so. That was a bit of a surprise. Iwent ahead I pulled the leg back on out fired again the same thing happened so. It will it's been a good bipod but. Iwould not try to rely on. It too much with a high caliber rifle as. You can tell the bipod is still on my rifle. One of the reasons why is. Because as of right. Idon't have a gun safe. Or a gun cabinet and it's convenient to have the bipod so. That the rifles not just laying in a corner in my room. And it's actually kind of hood up so to speak. And it's I have for now. It is shortened up into the 6-inch position.
It does a well enough job. Imean it's not like. Isaid it'll pivot a little bit in the harness but it's not too bad of a pivot. Ihave to take the bipod off but. Iget the chance I'm going to pick up. Something that it'll cost. Me a little more but it'll be it'll be worth. It but yeah that's that's the black hawks Forster good for small caliber rifles but. You start getting to the bigger caliber then that's. You can't really save too much money but um appreciate. You guys watching this video hit. That thumbs up button like. It hit the share button show. All your friends I really appreciate. You guys share the video. You liked it leaves a comment about. What you thought about. This video comment about. And leave some questions about those my papa. You want and tell what you might want to see in an upcoming video I'm always open to suggestions but uh like said really appreciate the views. That subscribe button. And stay tuned for more but remember keep shooting god bless you.
Caldwell® AR Prone Bipod
Weight: 10.5 oz.
Min.-Max. height adjustment: 7.5" - 10".
Colors: Black, Desert Tan.
Vanguard Pivoting Bipod
Available: 6"-10" (adjusts from 7" to 10"; Wt: 0.7 lbs), 11"-28" (adjusts from 12" to 28"; Wt: 0.96 lbs.).
That's Steve with desert dwellers. And today we're going to be talking about shooting sticks okay watch my video last week taking it with my 18 here the excite to HD on. This rifle Moss berg bolt-action 2 to 3 with suppressor bipod full magazine. Now without the t65 eliminator. This is 14 pounds still very heavy, so I'm out there. And I'm trying to hold steady trying to get. This rabbit and I miss his ass. And mrs s like four. Or five times okay so trying to hold a heavy group heavy rifle up off hand. It is not easy so I bought. Me Vanguard the be 62 Scout bipods okay right here hey well it's a shooting stick house it'll be necked. Ido put the rifle in. It swivels left-right legs have adjuster. Now this ain't gonna be fast but there're three steps to. It four segments all together. And there's still a little step. Because it's brand-new anyway. This thing will reach up to like 62 inches. Imean you can see it's higher. Then the camera so I could probably. Even stand and shoot with.
This stuff one more — but. Ithink I'm gonna try kneeling instead. Or maybe from a chair from here but anyway yeah. All you got to do is go back up little wands mmm still not high enough second set let's see you've got a bunch of junk in the way okay so that's. How that's gonna set. And then to rifle now at. This point I won't have the bipod on. It on the rifle butt. You just set it in like. That and you can swill ball oh yeah look at. That much better now. That 14 pounds of this rifle as. You can see I'm just kind of balancing it but it's holding 14 pounds right there so. Ihave no worries about. This thing at all that the legs has a little strap in. It you would you can't quite see I'll show. You in a moment it's gonna work great I'm gonna make a lot easier as. You watch the video trying to hold. This rifle up for not. Even all day, and we're talking just maybe thirty minutes. All together over a course of maybe three hours my left arm was so sore. All the way up into my neck here's the little leg straps to keep him from going out too far.
And it's adjustable so. You can do it wherever. You want so yeah the vanguard. Now any cheating sticks will work. You know some people want the monopole which basically is just. One leg but I figure. Icould just do that here by just keeping one of these clothes down yeah let's do. That now it's a model PO like they're shooting stick no big bill I'd rather have the devil give. Me a little more brace got. It off Amazon like $35 so price was definitely right. I and my brother bought him cuz. He had this heavy ar-15. Now he shoots with the suppressor, so we're gonna get. These out and filled hopefully next week. And give you guys a little bit.
More video on how. It works and how its handling but. You can see it's holding up 14 pounds of rifle right there that's not too bad I'm happy about. It yeah thanks you for watching the videos thank. You for subscribing those who have. You haven't subscribed subscribe. If you do a more product stuff in the coming weeks. And months I'm they actually got a lot of stuff. Ihaven't shown you guys. Yet so hopefully we'll be seeing you again sometime thanks a lot. And have a good day buy.
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