HAWKE QD STUD RIFLE BIPODS
WARNING: ALWAYS PRACTICE SAFE FIREARMS HANDLING
Before attaching bipod, ensure your rifle is unloaded and the action is open.
When using the bipod ensure your rifle safety is on and never reach across the muzzle.
HAWKE QD STUD FITTING BIPOD
Approx 288 grams.
Approx 345 grams.
Approx 379 grams.
Approx 437 grams.
Approx 392 grams.
Approx 451 grams.
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Hawke QD stud fitting bipod.
Rebranded and upgraded version of the Deben bipods.
Choice of a Fixed, a Tilting or a Swivel with Tilt model.
Height adjustable spring loaded legs.
Easily attaches to your rifles forend sling swivel stud.
The sling can then be fitted to a stud on the bipod.
Lightweight high grade alloy with black anodising.
Designed to help improve accuracy and stability.
ATTACHING THE BIPOD:
Your rifle must have a swivel stud attached to the forearm of the stock.
Unscrew the tightening screw to allow the stud clamps enough movement to fit through the square hole and over the swivel stud.
When the clamp is in position, tighten the screw.
Ensure the bipod is straight prior to finally tightening the bipod clamp securely on your rifle.
Slings can then be attached directly to the bipod using a sling swivel.
EXTENDING THE LEGS:
The bipod legs can be adjusted to suit different shooting positions; they are spring loaded to assist in opening. Each leg is also notched for specific heights.
To extend the legs, simply press the release button.
To retract the legs, press and hold the release button while pushing the legs back.
MORE INFORMATION ON THE DIFFERENT MODELS:
- FIXED MODELS:
A simple rock solid design.
- SWIVEL MODELS:
Rotation from left-to-right allows tracking of moving targets.
- TILT MODELS:
The bipod can be levelled for use on uneven ground.
Simply loosen the locking nut or lever and adjust until the rifle is level.
To lock back into position, tighten the locking nut or lever.
- SUPPLIED LEVER MODELS:
The lever allows for quick adjustment and can be installed instead of the knurled locking nut on the front end of the bipod.
To operate correctly, the cylindrical spacer should be installed with the deeper section first, and then attach the lever.
The lever can be moved to the desired position using the ratchet feature.
Simply pull the lever away from the bipod and rotate into desired position.