Product Preview: Rugged Ridge Extreme Pod

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posted on September 13, 2017
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The Extreme Pod by Rugged Ridge Outdoor Gear is a Picatinny-rail-mounted bipod capable of 360-degree rotation and extreme high-angle target engagement thanks to its ball-and-socket neck construction. A tension lever also allows the bipod to be securely locked in position once the desired orientation is found, and the telescoping legs can be quickly deployed by pressing a button on each side of the unit. Available in three sizes, the 7"-10" model (shown) weighs only 12.6 ozs. thanks to its carbon-fiber legs and black satin anodized, 6061-T6 aluminum construction. Price: $315. Contact: Rugged Ridge Outdoor Gear; (770) 274-9205; ruggedridgeoutdoorgear.com.

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