Reportedly, CAA Tactical has supplied thousands of bipod grips for the regular and reserve Infantry Corps of the IDF. The model or models provided aren’t specified, although the grips attach via Picatinny rail and are intended for the Tavor and M16 rifles currently in service with the IDF. The image above is of the BPP GRIP HD, one of CAA’s bipod grips of an aluminum and polymer construction.
According to Moshe Oz, the owner of CAA Tactical: “The use of the bipod grips will improve the level of marksmanship in the IDF significantly and at a low cost relatively to the expected improvement. The bipod grip is especially suited for infantry fighter and less for a designated marksman or a sniper due to the speed at which the bipods open, that allows faster shooting than with an ordinary bipod. We are currently participating in the tender for the sale of tens of thousands of bipod grips for a Western country.”
Hat tip: Israeldefense.com