A.R.M.S.® #32™ Throw Lever® Adapter for Harris-type Bi-pod
U.S. Patents 4,845,871 & 5,276,988.
Designed to allow the fastest attach/detach ability possible.
100% MADE IN THE USA.
No gunsmith required, simply remove the adjustment screw assembly and install the A.R.M.S.® Throw Lever® assembly.
Designed to allow the lever to be attached to either side of the bi pod, for a light weight low profile attachment.
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
Best Harris bipod mount
Well built, reliable & easy to use, best bipod mount ever. I have it on all my Black guns. I have on a couple of different heights of pods quick & easy to switch. I would recommend it to anyone wanting a Bipod.
ARMS Bipod Mount
Excellent quality and worked precisely as designed. A tight fit and easy assembly.
THIS IS ABSOLUTELY THE BEST QD HARRIS BIPOD MOUNT MADE. EXPENSIVE, YES, BUT WORTH EVERY PENNY
Oldie but goodie
ARMS may be one of the older attachment systems, but they were among the first to offer a quality QD option, and they still work today. I picked this up to finish an Mk12 clone. There is a nice bonus in that it replaces the irritating standard Harris Bipod screw/sling stud attachment system and it is lower-profile than many mounts.
AL loves it.
My AL (yes, it's a Lefty) has the A.R.M.S. mounts for it's optics, which can quickly be removed for backup sight use, then when remounted (pushing the optic down and forward) it ALWAYS returns to a 100 yard ZERO, so I thought it only fitting the bipod mount should be of the same quality and match. As it turns out it has an added plus over other rail bipod mounts, in that on the for-end of the picatinny rail I have a hand stop mounted by a screw which I don't want to remove each time, so the A.R.M.S. bipod mount doesn't care, as it can be put on anywhere on a picatinny rail WITHOUT having to slide it on. It simply clamps over. I only gave it 4 stars, because unlike my other A.R.M.S. "stuff" this one is very hard to open the arm once clamped onto the picatinny rail. At first it needed to be pried open using a bullet, but seems to be getting a little easier to use with use.
Cannot find any faults with A.R.M.S. #32, Workmanship & Finnish A1, simple to use, comes with Loctite & Allen Wrench.
As close to perfect as it comes
I searched a long time to find a way to mount a harris bi-pod on an airgun that had only dovetail mounts. I used the harris standard mounting system on rail with a pin, but the bi-pod still would *roll* a bit under weight. This was the answer. It is the FIRST and only funcitonal solution I have found to mount a harris securely to my dovetail rail (after using a low profile dovetail to weaver rail adapter). As long as the price doesn't scare you away, this is a solid piece of craftsmanship.
A.R.M.S. HBP A/Throw Lever
Awsome product! Can pull bipod off of my rifle in one second if I need more bench rest space.
This outstanding little gadget makes mounting a Harris Engineering bipod to a picatinney rail a piece of cake. Set up is simple. Replaced the sling swivel stud claw with the ARMS block and you are done. In use, this allows the mounting of a bipod to any rifle with a picatinney rail type forearm. It is quick to employ and remove, meaning you do not have to leave the bipod attached all the time. The only downside, if you can call it that, is that once modified, you cna no longer use the bipod on a standard rifle sling swivel studd...meaning all you cheap wankers using one bipod for 10 rifles will be out of luck. However, you can convert your bipod back to original configuration with relative ease. Or for that matter, mount a picatinney rail block in place of your old style stud. I use this bipod adapter on a Mk12 Mod 0 and an AR10 SASS as well as an M4 Carbine with a free float picatinney rail. Love it.