Preview: Swagger Bipods SFR10 QD

posted on December 19, 2021
Swagger Bipods SFR10 QD

Rifle shooters know all too well that a sturdy and versatile rest for use in field-shooting situations is imperative for precise and consistent downrange accuracy. Quite a departure stylistically from the large, boxy housings of its Hunter Series models, the new SFR10 QD from Swagger Bipods nonetheless retains a similar flex-leg design that greatly enhances the user’s ability to track a target’s movement without the need to reposition the rifle.

Swagger’s Shooter Series (SFR10 QD) is built from the ground up to give support and flexibility to any rifle system with Picatinny rail, allowing the shooter to “traverse with ease.” Installing instantly to a gun’s lower rail thanks to the quick-detach head, the SRF10 QD bipod adds slightly more than 15 ozs. to a rifle’s overall weight.

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Hunters and tacticians alike understand the game of trailing a moving target, and with Swagger’s adjustable leg system tracking targets is made much simpler. The SFR10 QD’s legs are independently adjustable and spring loaded for resistance. A rubberized collar at the slip joint secures and unlocks the legs for their respective height modifications. Length adjustments in each leg allow for a maximum length of 9½" and 7¼" long in their most compact configurations. Adjustments are quick and easy to make. Swagger includes leg-angle adjustment with the design through a push-button lockwork that allows its operator to alter the unit's position from 90 to 45 degrees and back to 180, or parallel with the barrel.

Topping the bipod legs is Swagger’s spring-loaded leg system, which is the key ingredient in Swagger's versatility equation. It is important to note the amount of flex present in each leg is adjustable by using a 3/16 Allen wrench. This adjustment allows shooters to fine-tune the bipod to the situational need. Supplied rubber feet prevent surface marring, increase cushion and stiction on surfaces. Retail pricing is set for $250. Please visit for more information.


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