The Elite Iron Revolution Bipod superior design starts with stronger construction—like no exposed springs and no cheaply made stamped parts. The new Revolution Bipod legs and tube stems are made of 4140 chrome moly steel. Leg locks are made from 8620 high-grade cold-rolled steel. Even hidden springs are made from 5160 steel. All parts are finished in magnesium phosphate for a more resilient bond to the steel surface and better protection against corrosion.
The mount is positioned lower on the bipod so less “weight over mass” can add more stability. The adjustable, lockable legs open to an ideal 60° angle for a solid stance. The feet are designed to sit flat and still “grab” rough or slippery surfaces. The bipod attaches very securely to 1913 MilSpec rail, spade, or rigid bipod mounts. The all-steel model weighs 2 pounds. A lighter version weighs 1.5 pounds. The Revolution Bipod was designed to work with rifles up to .50 caliber BMG. (eliteiron.net)
The Elite Iron Revolution Bipod superior design starts with stronger construction—like no exposed springs and…
by Tactical-Life / Jan 17, 2013