Description

Ultra-light Harris Bipods are lightning quick and quality manufactured with heat treated steel and hard alloys. The bipods are quick-detachable and clamp to the QD stud of bolt action rifles with conventional stock design. Carrying your rifle with a sling or shooting off-hand is not impeded by the use of a Harris Bipod. Hinged bases have tension adjustment to eliminate tremor or looseness in the crotch area of the bipod. Bipods have an all-weather black anodized finish.

Technical Information: Harris S-LM Bipod Leg Notch Sling Swivel Stud Mount 9" to 13"

Material:
Aluminum Alloy with some Steel Parts
Hard Rubber Leg Caps

Finish: Anodized Black

Weight: 14 ounces

Method of Attachment: Attaches to sling swivel stud. A sling swivel can be mounted to the bipod's swivel stud clamp.

Leg Notch Model:
These legs are spring loaded and when the release button is depressed, they kick out to maximum height.

Swivel Model:
Hinged base has tension adjustment and buffer springs to eliminate tremor or looseness.

ASIN#: B000TTR0JG

Model number#: S-LM

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Do any of the Harris models attach direct to picitinny without adapters? I got a rifle needing a bipod and I really don't feel like dropping 250 on an atlas

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Not that I know of. I would just buy the bipod and adapter, would still save you money over more expensive bipods that attach directly to a rail...

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