DLOC-SS Aimtech Warhammer Bipod a SWHAT VIDEO Review

by Jonathan Owen of SWHAT.com

Texas, USA – -(Ammoland.com)- When it comes to bipods, we still love the Harris designs for their universal appeal, but the improvements to those designs by ZRODELTA can really pay off. Here we’ll focus on their DLOC-SS Aimtech Warhammer Bipod.

Thanks to my discovery of the DLOC mount system when SHWAT.com was still in its infancy, I’ve enjoyed watching the design grow and transition. Putting DLOC on a bipod proved a great idea.

ZRODELTA DLOC-SS Aimtech Warhammer Bipod

I imagine that like many of you, my first bipod was a Harris model. Harris might lack some of the extra cosmetic additions of more recent “tacticool” models, but they remain widely popular to this day. I first used mine on an inherited base model Remington 700 .30-06. That gun became the basis for the “Grandpa’s Gun Reborn” series we did, converting it to a sweet 300 WinMag you see featured here. Modifying my Harris was required to attach it to the pic rail on the new chassis. That’s when I discovered what become known as the DLOC-S.

The DLOC-S kit simply swaps with a few parts on the Harris to give you a DLOC picatinny rail mount and SARG knob (Shooters Adjustable Rotary Grip). The SARG knob facilitates quick positive adjustments to your rifle cant as you can see in the video. My DLOC-S modified Harris served me well in my 1000 yard school and has gone hunting a few times.

The improvements to the Harris using the DLOC-S kit are great, but sometimes you might want more. You might need more, as you pan left, right, left, back again. Typically, you’d rightly expect to fight your bipod as we show in the video. The legs either drag the ground or start to fold. That doesn’t exactly make for smooth effective panning, and that’s aggravating.

ZRODELTA came up with a well engineered and built solution, the DLOC-SS system. Start with the same functionality as the DLOC-S I’ve used for several years and add a panning function. Milled from 6061-T6 aluminum, a tongue extends forward from the base of the DLOC mount. The mount pivots from the rear on that tongue.

ZRODELTA DLOC-SS Aimtech Warhammer Bipod
ZRODELTA DLOC-SS Aimtech Warhammer Bipod

A bolt equipped with a SARG style knob at its base extends up through the tongue’s arced slot. Tighten the bolt and you lock down your bipod’s panning. Loosen a little or all the way to its stop, and you get buttery smooth panning.

If you already own a Harris S Style Bipod, you can purchase a DLOC-SS upgrade kit from ZRODELTA for $189. I’ve been to both the original manufacturing facility and the huge ZRODELTA plant. It’s no accident that these components are top shelf.

If you’re looking for a new bipod, ZRODELTA has put together the DLOC-SS with an Aimtech Warhammer bipod. The bipod is a Harris style bipod and instead of the SARG knob to lock or release the cant function, you use a rotary lever as I show you in the video. It’s adjustable so you reposition the locked lever to 12 o’clock, 2 o’clock, whatever. You can buy the DLOC-SS with the Aimtech Warhammer bipod from ZRODELTA for $269, $80 more than the DLOC-SS kit alone.

Upgrading isn’t the cheapest thing you’ll ever do, but in the grand scheme of what you likely have invested in your rifle and optic, it’s really not bad. And as you’d expect, the higher price reflects the higher quality. If all you’ll ever do is shoot paper off a bench, an old school Harris is probably just what you need. But when you leave the bench for uneven terrain or multiple target engagements, like me, you’ll be quite happy with yourself for having upgraded.

Read the full length detailed review from SWHAT found here.

 

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Dave
Dave
3 years ago

Who can afford this?

JS
JS
3 years ago

+1 ^^^
I am all for effective products but there is a category of products that are stupid overly expensive. This is one of them. Its not going to help you shoot better or straighter. Get something for $100 and go enjoy shooting. Take the kids or take a friend with you.

Kenneth Waggoner
Kenneth Waggoner
3 years ago

Once again something so expensive most shooters would not be able to afford it.