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Cadex Falcon Lite SP Bipod with QD Picatinny connection

$299.95
SKU:
CA07431810299
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Cadex Falcon Lite Bipod - SP

New for 2021, the Single Pivot Lite Bipod, made for PRS shooting

The Falcon Lite SP (single pivot) utilizes a smaller head design, allowing for a more compact bipod for competitive PRS shooting. The SP still offers the same great panning and canting capability in a solid light weight package. At 15 ounces, the Falcon Lite SP features a quick detach (QD) Picatinny mount, a tensioning lever, telescopic aluminum tube legs and modular feet attachments. This bipod has a very wide footprint spread and some of the tightest machining tolerances on the market making it the most stable lightweight bipod you'll find. The modular locking feet attachments are a must to adapt to any shooting surfaces.

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  • Fast deployment legs without buttons to push.
  • Ultra tight machining tolerances for maximum stiffness
    and reduced free play.
  • Reversible legs for choice of index or thumb push button operation.
  • Easy to operate canting and panning lever.
    Cant angle +/- 15° (30° total) Pan angle +/- 15° (30° total)
  • Folds/deploy forward, rearward 45° or standard 90°.
  • Height adjustable from 6.55″ to 9.20″.
  • Incredibly stable (width from 9.8″ to 12.8″).
  • Standard feet, optional claws or optional spikes.

The Falcon Lite Bipod SP is designed for the competitive shooter in mind, and a good fit for mid-range precision rifles, like 6.5CM, .300 PRC or .338 Lapua where a more stable platform is needed that normal rifle bipods (like the Harris or Atlas).  Also great for weight sensitive applications, like hunting and tactical environments.

Note:   There are two Falcon Lite Bipods.  The Gen 2 Lite and the Gen 2 Lite SP.  This is the more compact and easier to operate of the two.  The SP is a little smaller and has a single pivot and a smaller, more compact design.  The SP is specifically designed with the PRS shooter in mind.  The Gen 2 Lite is designed for the shooter wanting a little more flexibility in the deployment of the bipod.