- Aggressive traction on dirt or any soft surfaces
- CNC machined and black oxide treated
- Drop-in replacement for HD-50, FC-10, FC-G2, LR-10, LR-10 QD, LR-10 G2, SR-5 G2, and BR-4 G2 bipods
- Made in the USA.
- Material: Aluminum Alloy with Steel Hardware
- Finish: Type III Hard Anodize
- Weight: 1.66 oz
- Height: 1.666"
- Accu-Tac HD-50, FC-10, FC-G2, LR-10, LR-10 QD, LR-10 G2, SR-5 G2, and BR-4 G2 Bipods
- 2x Accu-Tac Bipod Spikes
**Bipod not included
You’ve invested your time and money into the best components to create your dream rifle, that weapon system that exists only to serve your needs in the field. You’ve even invested in a superior quality HD-50, FC-10, FC-G2, LR-10, LR-10 QD, LR-10 G2, SR-5 G2, or BR-4 G2 tactical Bipod from Accu-Tac, but there’s just something that’s not quite right.
If there’s still just a touch of instability when you deploy your bipod and set up to take your shot you need to make your rifle dead solid before you’ll be truly accurate from the first shot to the last. When your bipod legs don’t quite have the traction you need, there’s a simple fix to your problem. The addition of Accu-Tac Bipod Spike Feet to your SR-5 or LR-10 will give your bipod the purchase it needs to hold you steady for every shot.
Accu-Tac Bipod Spike Feet are precision machined and coated with a black oxide treatment. They’re designed to be a direct swap for the factory original rubber feet that come installed on the Accu-Tac SR-5 G2, BR-4 G2 and LR-10 tactical bipods. The simple screw tight design makes it easy for you to install Accu-Tac’s Bipod Spike Feet. It’s an easy upgrade for those of us who rely on the support of a bipod on natural surfaces. While sometimes a rubber foot slips through loose dirt or won’t hold the position on a weathered surface, spike feet will get a grip and remain solidly married to the surface you stick them into until you choose to move them.
Like all of Accu-Tac’s quality firearm accessories, their bipod spike feet are designed and manufactured by skilled American Craftsmen at their home in Upland, California.