Caldwell Releases Pic Rail XLA Fixed Bipods

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posted on June 20, 2017
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The new Caldwell Pic Rail XLA Fixed Bipods provide a stable shooting platform that conveniently attaches to almost any Picatinny rail fore-end. The integrated 1.5" long pic rail clamp fastens directly to a firearm’s pic or quad rail. The bipods are collapsible so they can remain affixed to a firearm for easy transport. The XLA Bipods are designed with quick target acquisition in mind, featuring an adjustable cam lever lock for rapid deployment, and adjustable leg height for achieving the perfect positioning.

Features:
-Available in two models: 6”-9” and 9”-13”
-Lightweight aluminum design
-Soft rubber feet for enhanced stability
-Spring-loaded legs with lock out knobs
-Cam over lever secures bipod to pic rail firmly

MSRP:
$44.99 for the 6"-9"
$49.99 for the 9"-13"

For more information visit btibrands.com

 

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