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Old 05-02-2010, 10:31 PM
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Default UTG Tactical OP Bipod Review

I bought this UTG Tactical OP Bipod at a gun show about a month ago for $30. It's a copy of a Harris bipod. It's very sturdy. I absolutely love this bipod. The legs stay sturdy when there fully extended. Everything functions like its suppose too. I would highly recommend this to anyone out there.



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Thanks for the post. It's nice to know there is a good inexpensive bipod around. Definitely an accessory I'm considering.
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Yea I was a little skeptical of it at first it works great. I love it so much I find myself using it all the time when I shoot. I don't even like to shoot off free hand now It really helps your accuracy also. I definitely give it 5 stars and recommend it.

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Nice review. I saw those at the gun show in my area and thought about picking one up.

Is your cantilever mount mounted backwards? Or do you like running it like that?
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Nice review. I saw those at the gun show in my area and thought about picking one up.

Is your cantilever mount mounted backwards? Or do you like running it like that?
ahh as long as it hold that scope on their i dont think it would matter
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I was only saying because i thought the cant mounts were designed to push the red dot forward.
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Everything came mounted in the box like that. So I just mounted it on and didnt worry about it. Works fine for me. When I get my magnifier I'll definitely switch it around.

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Is your cantilever mount mounted backwards? Or do you like running it like that?
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