Warne Bipod Now With Rapid-Deploy Legs

Warne Bipod Now With Rapid-Deploy Legs
Warne Bipod Now With Rapid-Deploy Legs

U.S.A.-(Ammoland.com)- The key to being a market leader is to listen to your customers. In an attempt to offer the best products available, Warne Scope Mounts has updated the Skyline bipod to include Rapid Deploy legs. “We have received great feedback about the bipod and the one feature many customers were looking for was rapid deploy legs,” said Randy Parks, Director of Marketing.

The new feature allows the user to instantly deploy the legs to 90° or use the button-locked positions at 0°, 45° or 90°. This flexibility benefits the hunter as well as the precision shooter who needs to rapidly transition from unsupported to supported shooting positions.

“The popularity of the Skyline bipod has been phenomenal and with this added feature along with 3oz. of weight savings, we are confident we have the best performing bipod on the market”, said Parks.



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Warne Scope Mounts has been supplying world class Made in the USA optic mounts to the shooting industry since 1991. A leading innovator and manufacturer of scope mounting systems, WARNE is positioned to supply its branded products worldwide through distribution and dealerships, as well as servicing the industry as a major OEM supplier. WARNE – Confidence in Every Shot!

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I agree it is overpriced. It is approaching the cost of a budget AR.

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This is friggin ridiculous! Do we really need another $300+ bipod? Really? Oh, dont forget all of the “upgrades” you need to make it REALLY good, and more useful, you’ll be up to $400+. And what exactly IS a ” precision” bipod? I’ve never seen one that has anything to do with precision. Slick advertising, overblown hype and a waste of money. Go buy more ammo with your $400, take a carbine class, or a long range “precision” shooting course, or better yet a life-saving medical course that emphasizes GSW treatment or Hell, buy another weapon.