Warne Introduces the New Affordable Skyline Lite Bipod

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Warne is probably most well-known for producing scope rings. However, more recently, Warne has started to diversify its offerings and has released its second bipod the new Skyline Lite. The Skyline Lite bipod is a durable yet lightweight (17 oz) bipod that incorporates the most desired features for PRS and carbine shooting but at a more affordable price for most shooters.

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Warne Introduces the New Affordable Skyline Lite Bipod

TUALATIN, OR—(January 15, 2024) Warne Scope Mounts, a leading innovator in the world of shooting accessories, proudly announces the release of their latest product—the Skyline Lite bipod. Engineered for the next level of strength and versatility, this bipod is a rugged and adaptable platform suitable for any shooting endeavor.

The modular bipod is available in ARCA, quick-detach, and fixed picatinny head orientations and features 44° of total cant range, a cant tension lever, and one-handed adjustability. Additional highlights include a quick-deploy feature from horizontal with three additional locking leg positions at 0°, 45°, and 90°. The
legs include 13 height increments offering a total height range from 6.5” to 11.15”.

“The design and materials chosen for the Skyline Lite Bipod represent a meticulous process aimed at achieving the perfect balance of strength and lightweight performance,” says Victor Ianciuc, Director of Operations at Warne.

Precision machined from aircraft-grade aluminum and finished with a durable hardcoat anodize, the Skyline Lite bipod is crafted to endure the most challenging environments without sacrificing its lightweight design. Designed and manufactured in the USA, it embodies the perfect blend of durability and precision

The Skyline Bipod will of course be offered directly from Warne in several different configurations to mount to just about any rifle. The Fixed, Picatinny version is the lightest at 1lb (16 oz) and is also the most affordable at $224.99. ARCA and QD versions are also available for $284.99 and $249.99 respectively. For those looking to get the most use out of the Skyline Lite, the QD Picatinny head, and ARCA accessory adapters are available separately for $100 each. The set of features and adaptability that the Skyline Lite has put it on par with a lot of other, more expensive bipods, but comes in at a much lower price as is often the case when it comes to Warne products. For more information visit http://warnescopemounts.com/.

• Available in quick-detach, fixed or ARCA head orientations
• A.R.M.S.® 17S universal head interface accepts multiple
mounting configurations
• Reversible head
• 44° of total cant range
• Cant tension lever
• One-handed adjustability
• Rapid leg deployment from horizontal
• 3 additional leg positions at 0°, 45°, and 90°
• 13 height adjustment increments
• Minimum height: 6.5”
• Maximum height: 11.15”
• 13” extended footprint
• Accepts Atlas®-style feet

Luke C.
Luke C.

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