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Thunder Beast Arms Corp Introduces Bipod

Thunder Beast Arms says they’ve been kicking around the idea of a bipod for half a decade; but didn’t start working on it until 2017. They combined the ideas from each of their “favorite” bipods, optimized them for actual field usage models, added a few new innovations and good ideas, and then tested the hell out of it for over a year. The result is what you see here, the TBAC Bipod.

Features:
-Legs deployable without push of a button – just sweep the legs down
45-degree mode, but only if you want it after deploying to 90 degrees, so it’s not annoying
-No pan mode to keep rifle from falling over
-Tool-less QD feet (rubber and spike available)
-Tool-less leg extension installation and removal
-Set-and-forget cant tension, very smooth cant adjustment and rotation
-ADM Picatinny QD mount
-Pic mount can be removed and replaced with all B&T mounting plates, e.g. RRS, Arca Swiss
-Legs are fully spring actuated but designed to reduce muzzle hop
-Titanium, stainless, and aluminum construction, fully coated
-Titanium parts are PVD coated
Stainless is ISONITE QPQ Nitrided
Aluminum is Type III hardcoat
-Inner legs are made of titanium
-All critical mating surfaces are stainless steel
“Fat Guy” impact rated
-Stock height, 6.5 – 9 inches @ 90 degrees; 5.1 – 6.9 inches at 45 degrees
-With optional leg extensions, height, 9.5-12 inches @ 90 degrees; 7.25-9 inches at 45 degrees
-Optional spike feet with carbide tips

They will begin accepting TBAC BIPOD orders at SHOT Show 2019 and not before then. The first units should be available in approximately March.

thunderbeastarms.com/products/bipod

One Response to “Thunder Beast Arms Corp Introduces Bipod”

  1. Rob says:

    I was trying to find this on their website after seeing the bipod with their logo in the 338 can announcement video from a few days ago. I couldn’t find it and figured it was discontinued. Good to see. I want to handle one of these and see how it compares to the other options.