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GG&G Heavy DutyBipod Fits Picatinny, Black - GGG-1245
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GG&G Heavy DutyBipod Fits Picatinny, Black - GGG-1245

SKU 801657
Brand GG&G Inc.
Model Number GGG-1245
UPC 813157001017
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Product Details


Manufacturer: GG&G, Inc.
Color: Black
Fit: Picatinny


GG&G's Heavy Duty XDS M-14/AR-30 Compatible Bipod Is extendable from 8 to 10.5 inches and the very rugged and strong pivoting mechanism affords 25 degree of cant in either direction of center. Because of the pivoting capability a bipod leg can be used as a vertical foregrip if required for rapid transition. It is built to withstand and operate in extreme environmental conditions from -55 to + 155 deg F. Easy to install onto any Mil-Std 1913 dovetail rail and the built in MIL-STD-1913 rail adapter does not require tools for installation. Fits Picatinny.


  • External tension adjustment knob to adjust swivel cant
  • Thumb nuts adjust the height between 8 to 10.5 inches when measured from the dovetail attachment


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