If you’ve ever contorted yourself into a pretzel to make a shot (or struggled to keep your rifle stable when balancing the fore-end on a pointy rock) an extendable rifle bipod made to work with your M-Lok mounting system will make your life considerably easier.
The trouble is that M-Lok bipods vary in size, weight, adjustability, material, and a dozen other characteristics, plus the rifle bipod market is diluted with undifferentiated options. Furthermore, a bipod used solely for hunting may not check the same boxes as a bipod needed in precision rifle shooting competitions.
Define why you are looking for a bipod, understand your application, and determine the kind of rifle you plan to use it with before beginning your search.
Always read the details of how the bipod attaches before purchasing to make sure it will mount correctly to the rail of your gun. With so many different rail systems on the market today, from M-Lok to KeyMod, a Picatinny rail mount and swivel stud mount — it’s all too easy to end up with an expensive paperweight.
A bipod can help improve your accuracy, provide more comfortable shooting positions, and align your gun on long-distance targets in practical shooting competitions or hunting. We dove deep into the world of M-Lok bipods to separate the wheat from the chaff.