What’s Hot in Hunting: Swagger Bipods Shooter Series

Every Shooter wants the rigidity of a traditional bipod, but also have the ability to cant and traverse with ease. Swagger took that desire and put it into the Shooter Series bipods. The Shooter Series bipods have the ability to cant and traverse, track a target and make adjustments down range – all without having to take your eye out of the scope and off the target. That’s what sets the Swagger Shooter Series apart from the competition. Whether you are hunting, competition shooting, or in a combat situation, the shooter series will allow you to shoot with confidence.

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SEA12: Shooter Extreme Angle

-Overmolded flex-ready joint for a more stable shooting platform
-Designed for hunting or shooting situations where extreme angles apply
-Extreme traverse & cant
-Mounts to pic rail

SFR10: Shooter Flex to Rigid

-Quick detach
-Designed for long range hunting, competition shooting, and combat situations
-Adjustable flex tension allows shooter to fine tune flexibility to the situational need
-Legs can set at 45 degree angle for lower shooting position
-Ability to quickly acquire target and load while visually maintaining target in any terrain

 

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