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Using the Swagger Bipod In The Prone Position


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 Eastmans’ Hunting Journals staff member Scott Reekers shares his experience hunting elk with Swagger all-terrain bipod system equipped Savage Model 111 rifle chambered in .300 Win Mag. Shooting his rifle from the  prone position, the stability and flexibility of this bipod system allowed him to harvest a mature bull elk deep in the Wyoming backcountry. Using a bipod can give you the extra edge to thread the needle and harvest a quality trophy on a western adventure hunt. Press play to watch this tip using the original Swagger Bipod and see you at the range or in the field!

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One comment

  1. Wallace Leastman

    The swagger appears to be able to adjust for more varied terrain. However it looks rather large on the forearm of the gun. How does it compare on weight with traditional bipods?

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