Here’s an unexpected product introduction, one that simply jumps off the page. The Elite Iron Revolution promises a reimagined take on rifle stability in an accessory bipod.
Elite Iron Revolution Bipod
The panning design proves captivating. The proprietary design works with rifles up to .338 caliber. The bipod and mount weigh a mere 24 ounces combined. But its the movement that catches attention.
The Revolution allows the rifle to revolve a full 360 degrees. The bipod maintains control of two axes of motion: side-to-side and up and down. A torsion tri-nut provides immediate lockdown capability for increased stability. Finally, the design places the rifle beneath the apex of the legs, not on top.
The adjustability of the design allows the rifle horizontal movement from 10 o’clock through 2 o’clock positions. The legs adjust quickly, independently. They extend or rotate forward, straight or backward. The center line of the ring measures 7.25 inches with legs retracted, 12.25 inches extended. A short leg bipod compacts the system further. Also, interchangeable feet match to terrain or mission.
The Revolution utilizes quality components as well. It eliminates exposed springs in the design. Meanwhile, the legs and tube stems feature 7075 aluminum. Leg locks comprise 17-4 heat treated metal, while springs utilize 316 stainless steel.
Each Revolution bipod ships with a choice of a free mount. Prices range from $590 to $768. For even more info, please visit eliteiron.com.
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