Magpul Releases Bipod

I’ve wanted one since I first saw it, and now the Bipod is available from Magpul.


Manufactured from Mil-spec hard anodized 6061 T-6 aluminum and injection-molded polymer, the design is optimized for rapid one-handed adjustments thanks to spring-tensioned legs which stow neatly forward and snap down and lock into place with one hand. Leg extensions slide and lock securely with the push of a button on any of the seven half-inch spaced locking detents. The legs extend a full four inches, from 6.3” to 10.3”. An industry-exclusive 50° of total tilt and 40° of total pan are controlled by a glove-friendly knurled tool-less bipod locking knob located between the extended legs, allowing easy adjustment between shots. Additionally, the Magpul Bipod has the exclusive ability to lock pan at 0° while maintaining full tilt functionality.


It is also very low-profile. Folded, the streamlined housing and legs fit neatly under the barrel and are just under 2.3” deep and 3.3” wide.

A soft rubber bipod locking knob cap is attached to the locking knob gives users a steady, non-marring forward rest while the bipod is folded. Additionally, its staggered soft rubber feet hold fast on a variety of shooting surfaces and are easily removed with a roll pin punch. Additionally, the legs accept most Atlas pattern bipod replaceable feet.

The Bipod is offered with three different attachment options:
A.R.M.S. 17S Style

While all three attachments are currently available, you can currently only order the Bipod in Black. However, I’m told FDE will be available very soon.


9 Responses to “Magpul Releases Bipod”

  1. SpankDaddyCool says:

    I’ll try that for $109.

  2. Craig says:

    What? No Keymod?

  3. Sergio says:

    M-Lok > keymod

  4. SPQR476 says:

    We just don’t consider KeyMod an acceptable attachment surface for a Bipod given the forces involved with loading pressures. If you have a KeyMod interface and you’d like to use the bipod, we recommend using a longer picatinny rail adapter on the KeyMod rail, preferably with more than 2 fasteners, and then using the picatinny version or the 17s version with an appropriate picatinny QD adapter.

  5. E6 H says:

    I’ll give em a try. Big fan of Harris using the QD sling swivel point but rather have the 1913 rail attachment. I’ve stripped the tightening wheel on the Harris and with heavy forward pressure, it’s come off. Waiting on feedback from MagPul bipod. Until then, Harris.