S7 Bipod, 9-12" legs with Raptor Feet
The S7 is the most up-to-date, fully featured, and reliable small arms bipod on the market. The S7 gives the shooter the control and stability to make the perfect shot, even under the most difficult circumstances. Raptor feet allow for extra stability.
|Height:||9" to 12" (Legs fully deployed)|
|S7 Body:||Steel Forging|
|Steel Parts:||Nitrocarburized (Matte Black)|
|Aluminum:||Hard Cote (Type III, Class II) Anodized|
Customer Ratings & Reviews
Sierra 7 Bi Pod w/ Raptor Feet
The Sierra 7 bipod is the real deal, hands down. It's made with nothing but quality, and its pan and tilt functions are unmatched in the market. It exceeded all my expectations and more. The Raptor feet are versatile and can hold in any terrain, making this an all-around fantastic bipod.
Best Bipod out there!
I've used several bipods and the Sierra 7 is by far the best so far. It's strongly built and can easily handle even heavy rifles. If you're deciding on a bipod, keep in mind that the Sierra 7 was designed by a professional military shooter specifically for shooters. The pan and tilt functions are smooth and work flawlessly, and the whole unit is built to last. The cost may seem high, but when you're shopping for quality accessories, it's best not to skimp on cost. If you have invested thousands in a rifle and scope, it doesn't make sense to use a cheap bipod that may eventually fail or not meet your needs. It's better to buy the best once and not have to worry about replacing it later. Thank you for reading.
Nicest Tripod I’ve seen
I really appreciate the adjustability and durability of this bipod. The finish is top-notch and it's clear it was designed with the shooter in mind. I would definitely recommend it to my friends. The Raptor feet are both unique and practical.
Sierra 7 Bipod w/ Raptor Feet
I bought the Sierra bipod for my heavier rifle as I wanted something sturdier than my Harris. It took me a while to get used to deploying it, but I'm now enjoying it. The construction is solid and it has great pan and tilt range with adjustable friction/locking levers that can be easily adjusted with your fingers. The legs have a positive lock at selectable angles that won't come loose under heavy recoil and the raptor feet provide a good grip. However, if you usually place your bipod feet on a mat, rack sack or hard surface, the rubber feet may be a better choice as the raptor feet may puncture cloth-like materials. Although I haven't tested it yet, I'm confident it will hold up well. Although it's a bit pricey, you get what you pay for.