This is where you will find our selection of bipods for airsoft guns!
Bipods are folding legs attached to your rifle that can provide a steady aiming platform. They can be stowed away when not in use or deployed on the fly to enhance your accuracy. Bipods can be mounted by one of two ways. Many sniper rifles (or hunting rifles) use a bipod stud which looks like a simple eyelet. Traditional bipods mount by hooking into the bipod stud and then clamping down. Another style is rail system mounted. Most military style arms will have rails or a RIS (rail interface system) which allows attaching of universal RIS mounted accessories.
Q: Is a bipod necessary for me to use my rifle?
A: No, this is an optional item. A bipod will assist you in steadying your aim when prone or using a piece of cover that you can plant the bipod onto.
Q: Are they heavy?
A: Bipods do add a bit of weight to the end of the gun so if weight is an issue, do not add one or look for a lightweight bipod option.
Q: Should I go for a metal bipod or plastic?
A: Metal is much stronger but if you do not bump your gun into a lot of things, the polymer built ones should perform quite nicely.
Q: How do I mount a bipod on my rifle?
A: Your rifle dictates the type of bipod you can get. If you have a rail system, you can get a rail mounted bipod. Otherwise most bipods mount by grabbing onto the sling swivel stud. If your rifle has neither you will have to settle for a barrel clamp type bipod (not that secure) or you can modify your gun to have a rail or bipod stud.
Q: Why does my sniper rifle have two studs in the front and one on the back of the stock?
A: This is often found on sniper/hunting rifles and is there to give you a mounting point for a 2-point sling.
Q: What is a bipod grip?
A: This is a unique attachment made for users of rifles or light machineguns that can function as a vertical grip and deploy into a bipod.
Q: Which way should I have them folded?
A: Usually legs forward is the best configuration though you can do it either direction. The reason being is if you push forward on the rifle the legs could close up from under you if facing the other direction. Some may argue differently but this is something you will have to test out.
Q: Do all bipods have to be deployed by hand?
A: For the bipods we offer, you have to unfold them by hand. However the height of the legs can be deployed quickly on some models and even go to a certain preset if you adjust it correctly.
Q: What types of guns benefit from bipods?
A: Sniper rifles, battle riffles, assault type rifles.