Champion Pivoting Adjustable BiPod (9"-13")
These pivoting bipods are designed specifically for hunters who need a steady, portable and versatile rest out in the field. Available in three length options, you're sure to find the right fit for your hunting situation. From sitting or kneeling to prone position, there's a Pivot BiPod for you.
- Compact and lightweight
- No assembly required
- Extends quickly and easily
- Easily attaches to sling swivel stud of most bolt action rifles
- Telescoping legs have spring return
- Pivot allows for uneven terrain sight adjustments
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
This bipod is an excellent value, suitable for bench shooting and sighting in, as well as for hunting groundhogs and coyotes. Although it may be short for the sitting position for someone who is 6ft tall, with a slight hunch it still gets the job done. It's sturdy yet flexible enough to accommodate uneven ground. The quick 10-second detachment and attachment feature allows for use on multiple firearms without the need for multiple bipods. Overall, the author is very satisfied with this product.
Awesome pivot bipod
This bipod pivots smoothly and offers a decent elevation adjustment, but may not provide enough height for kneeling or sitting positions. It works well for table-top or prone-position shooting. The author previously had a non-pivoting model for 20 years and upgraded to this pivoting version, regretting not making the switch sooner. It provides great value for the price, as it costs the same as the non-pivoting model the author bought 20 years ago. In most cases, it allows for getting the crosshairs truly vertical, and extending one of the legs slightly on uneven terrain should solve any issues.
This thing Rocks. Why by a Harris Bipod?
It can be difficult to navigate through numerous reviews for cheap Chinese-made gun accessories, as some are written by the Chinese manufacturers themselves and others are negative reviews from more expensive accessory brands. However, you can vouch that this bipod is fantastic and is a great value for the money. It is sturdy, quick to install, looks good, can pivot, and can serve multiple purposes. I suggests saving money by not buying the most expensive option, as this bipod can easily compete with the Harris bipods. I am is happy with their purchase and recommends it.
It's as good as a harris bipod
The bipod is a copy of a more expensive version, but with a lower quality finish. It is not made in the USA and the decision to buy the domestic version or the cheaper clone is up to personal preference. The author chose the clone because the cost difference was more than double, but would have considered the domestic version if the price was only 30% higher. Despite being a clone, the bipod works well and has proved to be durable over several months of use, with quick attachment and detachment. The design is fantastic and offers ideal rigidity and stability.
Surprising quality for the cost
The bought this bipod with the intention of using it on their Savage 110 BP (.338 Lapua Magnum) or a less demanding platform. Installation was straightforward using a sling swivel mount. The bipod is robust and suitable for average deer rifles or .308s. The 4-star rating is due to the visible springs, which the author was aware of before purchase. The author may upgrade to an Atlas bipod in the future and transfer this bipod to their .30-06.
not a harris but good for the money
The Harris bipod in 6-9 inch swivel is the author's go-to choice and is of higher quality compared to the Champion bipod, which was purchased due to positive reviews and the need for a smaller size. The Champion bipod is sturdy and adjustable, but with a lower quality-price ratio. The author gave it a 4-star rating. The legs on the Champion bipod spring back instead of having notched legs like the Harris, which is a personal preference and inconvenience during setup. During use, the pivot should be regularly checked to avoid looseness. The author suggests applying blue locktite or oil to the threads to prevent this issue. Attaching the Champion bipod to a sling mount is more complicated than with a Harris.
New used bipod
Just got it haven't even used it yet rating it based upon seeing it and build quality it feels well made and tough like it so far
Champion pivot bipod works great!
I bought two of these bipods. They were an exceptional buy and held up well, even under the recoil of a .308. I would buy this as opposed to overspending extra money on a Harris Bipod. The attachment mount can be difficult to get hooked to sling stud, but once attached, they seem to be reliable. Some of my buddies have Harris products, and the champion seemed to do just as good for about 1/3 the price.