New TUBB Non-Symmetrical Bipod

David Tubb has released a video announcing the availability of a new bipod which he calls non-symmetrical bipod. The reason why it is called so is the different way of leg spread adjustment which is done by rotating the legs independently from each other resulting in an unusual asymmetrical appearance. It was introduced during the SHOT Show 2017 along with their Dynamic Target Rifle and now it is available for purchase.

Tilting the legs in opposite directions should give you more options to adjust the weapon’s position in any particular terrain. That feature also makes it possible to have an incredibly wide leg spread. The TUBB bipod also allows a wide angle of cant adjustment in either direction. Another feature is that this bipod can be rotated 360 degrees around its axis. The tension of cant and rotation is also possible to adjust depending on the operator’s preferences. The bipod attaches to the rifle via Picatinny rails using some sort of a quick attachment method which allows to detach it as easy as a press of a button and snap it back in place even easier and quicker.

To learn more about this bipod, watch the video below.

The TUBB bipod is available through David Tubb’s company at an MSRP of $385.

While for many of us the advantages this product offers are probably not that critical to pay the price, it should be a great value for long range shooters and hunters.





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  • Rnasser Rnasser

    ??????? Looks overcomplicated and flimsy/springy with the legs wide open. I don’t like the asymmetry for support. And only $385…
    I’ll stick with the humble Harris S, thanks.

    • LGonDISQUS

      Spreads wider than my ex did during MS3 rotations/residency…

  • catfish252

    $385? I’ll use a forked branch for a bipod before I’ll pay that much money. It seems like a decent idea, but way over-priced.

    • LGonDISQUS

      I could pay a hobo to be a portable benchrest for a week at that price. If I rounded it to $400, he’d prolly carry my gear and windex my scope lenses when needed.

      • Porty1119

        I like the way you think.

  • Beju

    Asymmetric bipods for… asymmetric warfare?

  • Sunshine_Shooter

    Interesting visual, don’t really see the benefit unless it’s to spread the ground contact w/o raising the rifle a lot, but what does that do?

    • micmac80

      Its about having the tallest possible bipod that can still work low down in this case also offering a wide stance , average joe that only shoots prone and from the bench at the flat range gains nothing others that do more shooting in the wild where terrain doesnt allways alow prone such bipods become golden.

  • MrBrassporkchop

    Needs silly googley eyes.

  • micmac80

    Its a updated Daniel Horner Sierra 7 bipod developed around 2012 just branded Tubb , price has always been just shy of 400$ .

    Many bipods with locking leg positions can be used asymetricaly but what makes this one better at that is a unlimited panning

  • Goody

    Looks good to me, but at that price I’ll stick with a clenched fist.

  • LGonDISQUS

    Do your weird things, Tubb.

    Keep being you!

  • noob

    one interesting feature of the Tubb/Daniel Horner Sierra 7 bipod is that the bearing in the top will still allow smooth pan and track even with the legs canted at crazy angles. kinda clever really.

  • Nick

    You can achieve a similar result with an Atlas, and it’s about 25% cheaper.

  • Julio

    Interesting video production: false endings and distorted sound. Actually an effective way of imparting a longish set of points whilst maintaining attention. What was it about again? ; )

  • Sua Sponte

    I’m all for innovation, but a $400 innovation?…Especially for something where the entire firearms community is not screaming for it…

  • Bill

    The price is in line with equivalent photo/video pod tech.

  • Ryfyle

    I use a stick, that I charge four grand for. Any takers?

  • Blake

    I would love to use one of these new fancy and super cooling looking bipods like the Falkor, Atlas, or Accu-Tac but none of them offer sling stud mounting. When using an Odin Keymod adapter and a Harris bipod the bipod legs are within a half inch of the rail when folded, unlike the rail mounted options which leave like a 2″ gap there.