9 Customer Reviews
by Dylan S. on 03/21/2009
"Very good made high quality, but be ready to work up your arms cause this thing weighs a lot! This how ever is not a big deal because this is for snipers which aren't counted on to move too much. Another perk is that there is some lee-way that lets the gun turn a little bit without the bipod legs move on the ground, which makes is much easier to make small adjustments without any noise.
by Craig B. on 01/31/2009
"i got a bipod that was made by agm, it looks the same. i got it for my utg m14 false wood version. there is a little washer looking thing on the bottom of the end of the foregrip next to the little weaver rail. i had to remove the rail but it only took me 3 minutes to figure it out. This bipod works for the utg m14 and it is very sturdy when it is put on. The gun can be turned slightly when the bipod is used but the anchor part connected to the grip is solid. This bipod is all metal and can be adjusted to different heights.
by Jacob Y. on 01/22/2009
"I have an L96 sniper rifle and in attaches by a small hole in the gun. There is a metal piece that slides into that and clicks. One thing though, is that some guns (like the l96) already have the piece that a ttaches to the gun. So, you just have to take the attachment part out and put it on. Overall a good bipod.
by Red U. on 10/28/2008
"would this fit on a Jg tactical AK 47 ?????????????????????????????????????????????
by jake s. on 10/25/2008
"Thats the idea but it is a multi purpose so i bet it is universal
by codey c. on 10/17/2008
"no idea but i really hope it attaches to a L96 sniper rifle i need one bad, but i think it does since it said it was a multi purpose bipode set.
by josh k. on 02/07/2009
"GOOD NEWS EVERYONE!!!........................ It fits on l96 rifles! sweet.
by Aidan K. on 09/19/2008
"How does this thing actually attach to the gun? does it screw into the sling-mount hole or what?
by R. H. on 08/02/2016
"Bipod is extremely durable and the QD bipod adapter worked well with the G&G96. When I purchased mine, it did not come with a QD sling swivel. The bipod is made of steel and therefore adds some weight. The height of your bipod is adjusted by two steel legs that lock into place. There are three complaints I have: (1) unlike a harris bipod, the legs are not held in the closed position by a spring or lock. This causes the legs to unintentional open while on the move. (2) the bipod legs are not spring loaded making it hard to quickly set the desired elevation with one hand. (3) there is a groove that runs vertically along the feet of the bipod; it should run horizontally against the terrain to make for better traction (however this is a minute flaw that well probably go unnoticed).