The need for a bipod becomes all too evident in the field when squeezing off a shot at 100 yards or more. Today’s rifle bipods are ultra-versatile and utilitarian.

CAA (Command Arms) NBP

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CAA’s bottom rail mounting bipod, the NBP is targeted at the military and law enforcement market. It is produced in Israel by CAA Industries Ltd. and made of stainless steel and polymer with no external springs. It is designed for semi-permanent attachment to a Picatinny rail by the use of two cross-bolts. Two springs push the mounting clamp open when the cross-bolts are unscrewed, making installation and removal of the bipod a bit easier. Each leg can be easily attached/detached to change leg lengths (available separately). Legs can be folded fully forward and fully backwards, as well as locked at 90 degrees and set at one of five different heights for use on uneven terrain. A 3-inch-long removable Picatinny rail is attached to the bottom of the mount to allow attachment of a forward grip or other accessories. MSRP: $165 | Website: www.commandarms.com

This gallery also appeared in the Winter 2015 issue of Modern Shooter magazine, presented by Gun Digest. Click here to download this issue.


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