MDT acquires CKYE-POD bipod

    TFB has never covered the CKYE-POD but it looks like a really nice bipod for Long Range and Practical Shooting.

    For instance, it features 3 positions from front to back being stowed, 45 degrees, and 90 degrees.

    It can also change 5 positions horizontally, I don’t think I have seen this on any other bipod before.

    The pod offers ~170 degrees of cant, and you can mix and match the leg positions in any configuration to find the bipod height(s) that works best for you.

    You can switch from a low prone shooting position all the way up to a seated shooting position, as the adjustability ranges from ~4.5″ up to 15.5″.

    You can change the feet if you like. It comes standard with it’s own spiked foot/claw or if you prefer rubber feet, the Ckye-Pod will accept any Atlas style feet.

    Now Modular Driven Technologies (MDT) has acquired the CKYE-POD, so it will be parts of their product range and hopefully find a wider customer base than before.

    MDT Acquires CKYE-POD

    We are proud to announce the acquisition of the CKYE-POD bipod from Ckye Thomas, owner of 406 Bullets. The CKYE-POD system joins MDT’s growing suite of products optimized for precision rifle competition.

    The CKYE-POD comes packed with a host of features is the most versatile and modular bipod currently on the market.

    • Pan and tilt functionality.
    • Multi-positional legs attach to an assembly which allows both sides to side and front to back adjustment
    • Made of 6061 and 7075 aluminum, weighs 1 pound, 4.9 ounces
    • Integrated barricade stop
    • Picatinny and ARCA rails mounting that adjusts at the push of a button.
    • 170 degrees of cant
    • 360 degrees of pan
    • multiple height adjustments
    • Simple push-button configuration

    Check out the functions in the video below:

    If you’re a match shooter or hunter looking for a game changing piece of gear, look no further than the MDT Ckype-Pod. Quality craftsmanship and fast, simple adjustments make this bipod the ultimate in versatility.

    Expect a price in the region of about 500 USD. That’s a lot for a bipod, where a rifle chassis may cost less.

    However, plenty of bipods do cost that amount of money. Just check out TFB’s review of the B&T Industries Atlas 5-H Bipod.

    You can find the Ckye-Pod at MDT here.

    What do you think of this bipod?

    Eric B

    Ex-Arctic Ranger. Competitive practical shooter and hunter with a European focus. Always ready to increase my collection of modern semi-automatics, optics and sound suppressors. TCCC Certified medic.


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