The bipod has long been a tool used by shooters to obtain a more steady firing position in the field or on the range. However, in its many years of use, the fundamental design and function of a lot of traditional “stiff” bipods have not changed all that much.
Swagger Bipods, a Nebraska-based manufacturer, has developed a couple of bipods that offer the shooter a ton of flexibility and functionality, all while remaining incredibly lightweight. Using what the company calls Crazy Legs Technology, these bipods afford the shooter a wide array of shooting positions. The flexible, hyper-extending Crazy Legs are shock-corded and are easily adjustable with a simple twist motion.
Gun Digest Editor in Chief Eric Conn had the opportunity to experiment with a Swagger bipod this winter while sighting in for an upcoming predator hunt and came away very impressed with the bipod’s flexibility and ease of use.
For more information on these great shooting aids, check out the video above, or visit the Swagger Bipods website.
Know Your Gun From the Inside Out
Identify the parts you need for almost any cleaning or repair project with Gun Digest Book of Exploded Gun Drawings, 3rd Edition. With coverage of over 1,000 models, this indispensable guide is the definitive one-volume resource for collectors, gunsmiths, and hobbyists. This collection of “exploded guns,” or line drawings illustrating each piece of a disassembled firearm, is the ideal aid for anyone wanting to identify and order replacement parts, or take a gun apart for cleaning and simple repair. Get Yours Now