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Introducing the New Savage Bipod Line

Savage has long been known for their extensive lineup of long guns for hunters, recreational, and precision shooters. Many of their firearms usually get paired with a bipod to make the entire rig more useful and that’s why Savage is proud to introduce the new Savage Bipod line. This new in-house line of Bipods from savage will come in both M-LOK and Swivel variants and weighs in at around 11 ounces keeping it night and lightweight like other polymer bipods. It also features simple-to-use controls and a bunch of other small features that make it perfect for those who like to get their rifles in the dirt and brush.

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Introducing the New In-House Polymer Savage Bipod

Introducing the New Savage Bipod Line

Unmatched excellence can be felt through the design, the robust features, and the ease of use with the new Savage Bipod. The same craftsmanship that goes into every Savage firearm can now be found in our new line-up of bipods.

FEATURES:

  • Effortless one-handed control
  • Rubber feet for unmatched grip in any terrain
  • Lightweight premium polymer blend
  • Ergonomic design for comfort and ease of use

 

Introducing the New In-House Polymer Savage Bipod

The new Savage Bipod line will start pricing at a $99 MSRP and can be found currently through Savage’s network of dealers in one color – black. The Savage Bipod in both its variants weighs less than 13 ounces, has a max extension of about 10 inches, 50° of cant, and a maximum footprint width of 11.5″ with the legs fully extended.

Introducing the New In-House Polymer Savage Bipod

The “one-handed” controls include buttonless stowage with a “flick to deploy” deployment method, as well as other cool features like numbered leg positions along with internal button shielding to keep debris like sand and dirt from entering the critical moving components. While this is just a first offering in the Bipod department from Savage, I would expect to see other popular colorways like FDE to eventually show up for a similar price, as well as other models with different features.

Introducing the New In-House Polymer Savage Bipod

These bipods seem to be made under license, likely by MDT but this is purely just speculation on my part. I also personally love the design of the new bipod and even if it offers no increased practical value over other similarly priced polymer bipod offerings, it at least gives people one additional option to choose from when selecting accessories for their rifle. Of course, we’d like to hear your thoughts on this new product from Savage. Do you think this polymer bipod offering offers anything over the other current competitors already on the market?

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