| Harris Bipods are ultralight and lightning quick. Folding legs have completely adjustable spring-return extensions except for the BRM and LM Models. The sling swivel attaches to the clamp. Time proven design and quality manufactured with heat treated steel and hard alloys. Bipods have a black anodized finish. |
Series S Bipods rotate to either side for instant leveling on uneven ground. Hinged base has tension adjustment and buffer spring to eliminate tremor or looseness in the crotch area of the bipod. They are otherwise similar to non-rotating Series 1A2 Bipods.
Model BR: Lowest of the Bipod models. Most useful for shooting off the bench. Preferred by pistol shooters. Bore height from approx. 6 - 9 inches. Models include: 1A2BR - 1A2BRM - SBR and SBRM
Model L: The world's largest selling commercial rifle rest. For prone position or benchrest. Compact and light, you won't know it's on the gun until you need it. Barrel bore height is from approx. 9 - 13 inches. Models include: 1A2L and SL
Model LM: An improved version of the original leg notch bipod. The legs eject by spring action. Seven height settings from 9 to 13 inches. Models include: 1A2LM and SLM
Model H: For prone or sitting this rest is satisfactory for those of average physical structure. This bipod with its improvements has been the varmint hunters favorite since 1966. Extends from 13 1/2 to 23 inches. Models include: 1A2H
Model 25: For some, the model 25 may be a bit more comfortable in the prone position. From sitting position, the extra height allows more leeway in shooting at an elevated target. The most versatile of the tall rests. Three piece legs. Height extends from 12 to 25 inches. Models include: 1A225 and S25
Model 25C: The tallest of the bipods, useful in snow. It may be better suited for unusually tall or heavy shooters. Three piece leg construction. Extends from approx. 13 1/2 to 27" barrel height. Models include: 1A225C and S25C