GRS Riflestocks from Norway has released their first bipod. Made from 6061 Aluminum and stainless-steel hardware, this bipod can either be mounted a top-mounted manner (as pictured) or in the traditional way underneath the barrel.
Below you can find the press release about the GRS Bipod:
Even though it was originally designed as a prone shooting, heavy duty top mount bipod for the Ragnarok chassis stock, the new GRS Bipod can also serve in other types of shooting.
It is built around a rugged design, is simple and functional to operate, and is also fitted to the GRS spigot with tighter tolerances than you would normally find in a spigot mounted bipod.
Height adjustable from 220 mm to 315 mm measured from the center of the spigot to the ground – in 10 mm increments. It can be used either in a top mounted manner where the rifle hangs underneath – or it can be mounted in a conventional way, from a spigot mounted in the forend underneath the barrel.
The feet flip around and you can choose the position depending on shooting situation or support surface – with claws on one side and a smooth surface on the other. Every function is easily adjusted with spring loaded buttons – it is also easily adjustable from behind the gun – effortlessly!
Rotation can also be locked down when you have finished levelling the rifle. The GRS Bipod is something we wanted to do for some time now, and after testing it thoroughly we have found it to be a very sturdy platform for long range and precision work, so it turned out to be another nice addition to our product portfolio.
The GRS bipod requires the use of a GRS spigot. The reason is that there are many different spigots out there that varies in length and dimensions of locking grooves and locking pins, so we chose to make a dedicated fit over a – to us – inferior ”universal fit”.
You also have the option of adding the GRS top mounted bipod or other brand bipods made in a Picatinny rail/top mount configuration. The sides and bottom of the tube are designed for using all available M-Lok accessories.
GRS spigots are readily available – with or without a Picatinny rail adapter.
Check it out in action below:
Some detailed views of the GRS bipod:
What do you think of the new GRS bipod?