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Swagger Bipod #7890211 07/04/20 03:01 PM
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Anyone here have or have used a Swagger gun mounted bipod? Wanting some honest hunter reviews.


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I can't get past the look of them enough to attach one to my guns.

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I know what you mean about the looks as I agree totally. I will say after giving them a try, I have been using them for three years and really like them for predator calling. Much easier to use and versatile than regular bipods. I have them on all my predator rifles.
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Originally Posted by gary roberson
I know what you mean about the looks as I agree totally. I will say after giving them a try, I have been using them for three years and really like them for predator calling. Much easier to use and versatile than regular bipods. I have them on all my predator rifles.
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I can see the functionality, for sure. It certainly beats having to carry a tripod or other separate support. One of those 'ugly but effective' type tools, I imagine, but I have not personally used one.


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Makes a very nice well taken care of rifle look absolutely hideous but with that being said your hunting not in a fashion show. I have one and use it. Has to be taken off to put in gun boot on atv/utv.

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