[SHOT 2018] New Model from Swagger Bipods

    TFBTV’s Corey Wardrop joins Swagger Bipods’ Marketing Director Josh Kinser at the Industry Day at the Range, 2018.

    Josh first takes us through the company’s Hunter series, which utilizes stiff springs instead of rigid joints for the ability to adjust, traverse, etc. When not in use, the legs are retained within the body. It can be attached via sling swivel stud or Picatinny rail.

    Josh then shows us a model so new, so fresh to the market, that we forgot to ask what it’s called. The traditional-looking bipod shows several innovative features, including several methods of dropping the bipod legs and extending the bipod legs, from behind the firearm. A lever arm locks or frees a traverse mechanism.

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    Corey R. Wardrop

    Corey R. Wardrop is the Museum Curator for the Institute of Military Technology in Titusville, Florida where he manages one of the finest, if not the finest, firearms collections in the country. Corey is a former OIF infantry Marine and has worked professionally in the firearms industry for over 20 years. In 2014 he obtained an unrelated Bachelor of Science degree from one of the nation’s leading diploma mills. Through his work at IMT he is currently studying CAD design with an emphasis in reverse engineering rare firearms.
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