NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Javelin Bipod

posted on December 24, 2017

Low on weight, high on performance, the Javelin Bipod from Spartan Precision Equipment will change the way you look at field-expedient shooting supports. The Javelin’s primary features are its pegged, telescoping, carbon fiber legs, and a locking, canting head unit that contains a powerful magnet to engage a firearm-mounted attachment port. Besides shaving ounces during adventures afield, the Javelin is quick and quiet to mount before a shot, and easily detached when on the move, preventing hang-ups in dense vegetation. The Javelin includes one Universal Rifle Adapter. Gunsmith adapters are sold separately. Joe Kurtenbach is a proponent of the Javelin, and has used it with great success on big-game hunts, and he gives his report in this week’s NRA Gun Gear video. For more, visit Javelinbipod.com.









    






 

 

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