Firefield releases new Scarab Bipod for hunting and bench shooting

02/11/19 7:30 AM | by

The Scarab Bipod brings a two-piece design that helps steadies shooters. (Photo: Firefield)

Firefield brings more accessories to hunters and bench shooters, introducing the new Scarab Two-piece Bipod.

Created for the AR platform, the Firefield Scarab Bipod is a two-piece bipod setup that comes in the shooter’s choice of M-LOK or KeyMod. Firefield says its two-piece construction adds stability over monopod designs and helps shooters remain steady with the aid of grip feet. The grip feet work on all terrains, according to the company. The Scarab’s also boasts height adjustability allowing users to dial in the perfect fit.

The bipod comes in either KeyMod or M-LOK configuration. (Photo: Firefield)

“Need some height and stability? The new Scarab Two-piece Bipod has just what you need to be victorious. Ideal for the AR platform, the Scarab is perfect for hunting, shooting from a bench and prone target shooting,” Firefield said in a news release. “The Scarab height can be modified between 9 and 12 inches, for ultimate comfortable shooting positions and feature an adjustable leg angle to fit to your shooting environment.”

No word yet on pricing.

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