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VANGUARD Introduces Innovative Hunting Bipod

VANGUARD Introduces Innovative Hunting Bipod

New pivoting bipod offers quick set up and minimal sound.

Whitmore Lake, MI — VANGUARD, one of the global leaders in high-quality hunting accessories, introduced Equalizer Series pivoting bipod with innovative features that allow hunters to take better shots, quickly and easily.

"Designed by hunters, Equalizer is a pivoting bipod that's compact and lightweight with a low profile for quick deployment," said Dana Barnier, VANGUARD USA National Sales Manager. "It's unlike other products on the market. Hunters appreciate its minimal sound and easy set up and take down."


Equalizer has an innovative pull and position leg adjustment system for safe and quick operation. It enables hunters set up a steady aim with every shooting opportunity. The legs lock firmly into place, eliminating the shaking and collapsing caused by spring-loaded legs of competitive products.


The bipod's buffer spring reduces shock and vibration while providing a solid shooting base with minimal sound. It features the widest base on the market for greater stability. Equalizer easily attaches to the sling swivel stud located on most guns.

The innovation lies in its three-way pivoting motion including a pivot tilt of 0 to 5 degrees and a -30 to +30-degree swing angle for precise positioning. Other features include quarter-twist leg locks and metal spiked feet that easily convert to rubber and provide extra stability on an array of terrains.




Equalizer is available in three sizes at street prices of $59 to $79. Equalizer is versatile with adjustable heights from 9" to 13" in prone style, 15.5" to 27" in sitting style, and 21" to 36" in kneeling style.


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