• Perfect for long range, target, competition and tactical shooting
  • QD rail mount attaches to 1913 Picatinny rail without extra tools for tightening
  • Adjustable bipod height - 5 positions, with the advantage to position each leg differently
  • Leg position can be deployed in a 45 or 90 degree position either forward or backwards
  • Made in the USA.


  • Material: 6061 T6 Billet Aluminum
  • Finish: Flat Black Hard Anodize
  • Weight: 28.39 oz
  • Min. Height (45-degree): 5.25"
  • Max. Height (90-degree): 8.25"
  • Min. Stance (45-degree): 12.25"
  • Max. Stance (90-degree): 16.50"


  • All Picatinny rails


Any shooting can be challenging. However, long-range targets pose a unique set of issues. Sometimes your target doesn't behave itself and stand still. You must adapt, adjust, and overcome, or you lose. A smart shooter stacks the deck in their favor. You do this through practice and choosing the right equipment. In the long-range shooting game, without a serious bipod on your rifle, you might as well be naked.

It's Not An Option.

No doubt, a bipod is a must have to make a steady, accurate shot. But, do you need an Accu-Tac FC-G2 bipod? Well, this baby does a lot more than hold up the front of your rifle. The Accu-Tacs legs adjust independently to allow for uneven terrain. Additionally, once you get the legs where you need them, they securely lock in place. Then too, the Accu-Tac FC-G2 bipod can pan and cant for you to adjust the position of your rifle. This function quickly locks down when you don't need it. Adjust, acquire the target, make the shot, that's all you need.

Make Things Easy On Yourself

No doubt, a bipod is essential for accurate long-range shooting. But, you don't need it until you get there. The less stuff hanging on your weapon while you're walking in the better off you are. Here's a neat idea, a QD bipod. You can stash a QD bipod in your pack and snap it in place when you need it. You want a quality QD bipod that will let you do your job. Lock in Accu-Tac and lock down the win.

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