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To understand the principles behind the design of BipodeXt™ it helps to visualize a rifle as a lever and a bipod as the fulcrum on which the lever rests. While BipodeXt™ is not utilized to move heavy objects, the principle of the lever/fulcrum axiom is still in effect. By using this principle of thought, we can state that the effect of force applied to one end of the lever directly translates to the effect of that force at the opposing end. As for BipodeXt™, the further out the bipod is placed the effect of movement at the toe of the rifle is drastically reduced at the muzzle.
Some BipodeXt™ models, such as the TAC III, provide the ability for the shooter to extend the resting point (fulcrum) beyond the muzzle of most rifles, thus reducing the point of impact shift caused by un-intentional movement at the toe of the rifle system, during the climax of the firing sequence. BipodeXt™ functions as a telescoping attachment allowing the shooter to adjust and extend the resting point of the rifle system as the situation dictates. Due to its tubular design, BipodeXt™ can quickly correct canting errors with the use of the integral clamping system. This allows the shooter to employ more rigid bipod systems, by excluding the need for a bipod equipped with a canting function. The entire line-up of BipodeXt™ products weigh-in beneath 33oz.
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FCSA Great Britain .50 Cal shooting team – Captain
“A fantastic piece of kit that we are all sold on and pretty much blown away [by]. It [BipodeXt] solves many problems of stability, from moving the bipod so far forward, the system becomes massively stable. ALL twitching is removed and follow on shots and target acquisition is pretty much instantaneous.”
REX Defense / Rex Reviews / Precision Rifle Instructor / Cancer survivor
“The BipodeXT dramatically increases the felt stability of the firing platform. It was awesome to see how steady the crosshairs had become once again, despite my twitching and neuropathy. I am shooting again, it was the BipodeXT that got me back on my feet after such a rough time.”