JCS Bi-Pod Model 1 #73355
fits any barrel 7/8" dia to 1" dia
Black Anodized. Clamps securely to any barrel that is 7/8" diameter up to 1inch diameter. Leg are adjustable from about 6" to 9-1/2". Only weighs 200g (or 0.44 pound). Tools required for assembly are a 5/32 allen wrench and a 3/8 socket.
The Blackpoint Engineering Bi-Pod is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
14" progressive and 20" worrpig with bipod
(someday somekind of stock, debating what kind.)
Stays on gun, does not move much, very durable, and adds nice looks
If you play speedball, take off before speedball, it may be in the way
Since I got this, it has improved my accuracy alot, it is real easy to set on what you want to shoot on, aim, and fire off at who you want..........You can use this on any field but speedball, if you can somehow set the bipod on the firing position, that its up to you, but I recomend this to anyone that likes to play in woods, trenches, or alost any recball field
if it passed my test, it can pass almost anyone elses
Very nice, and gives snipers excellent support. Get it, thats all ill say. Great for MILSIM players no matter what they do (Snipers, Assulters). I had it but had to get rid of it when i got my intruder. GET IT. GET IT. GET IT. it is very solid and durable.
Tippmann A-5, Ricochet R5 Loader, Blackpoint Engineering Bi-Pod, BSA Optics 30mm Red Dot Scope, remote line, 20 oz CO2 tank, response trigger, A-5 Folding Stock, 12 in sniper barrel.
This is a MUST for any Woodsball "team". You can use it for sniping or (like my woodsball team does) use it for a machine gun. With this bipod and a response trigger it could be a full fleged machine gun (if your going to do that have an assistant with lots of pods and extra CO2). The bipod gives you more control in the prone postion. It also make laying down and shooting more comfortable.
Easy to set up in battle, durable, stable enough to snipe
Speedball, but is any bipod good in speedball?
Now, I am mostly a woods player with a sniper A-5 set up. I used to miss a lot because I get adrenaline rush in games and my hands shake. But the bi-pod keeps me far stabler
during a game. The bipod can also easily be set up during an assault. This is not good at all during speedball (only played speedball 2wice) because it can only be set up on the ground. This is not great for a frontman either. The best way to use this is sniping and assault. It doesnt add much weight to the gun but it's weight is similar to a 9 oz. co2.
My bipods best success is when I was getting charged at with 4 peeps and I set it up in a bush and got people that kept missing because their guns were unstable.
Great for scenario, rec., and woods. Good for sniping and assault. Bad for speedball.