bipod


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bi·pod

 (bī′pŏd′)
n.
A stand having two legs, as for the support of an instrument or a weapon.

bipod

(ˈbaɪpɒd)
n
a two-legged support or stand

bi•pod

(ˈbaɪ pɒd)

n.
a two-legged support, as for a rifle.
[1935–40]
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The test was pretty simple: I attached a bipod to the test rifle and put an obstacle in front of the left leg only.
Here, Boddington uses a bipod on top of a pack to gain a few inches of needed elevation.
To celebrate its 15th anniversary, the program will start with a special eighth edition of Moultaqa Leymoun, the platform for Arab dancers established by Maqamat, within the framework of BIPOD. The Moultaqa Leymoun section will host 18 artists from Lebanon, Tunisia, Palestine, Jordan and Iran, with a Lebanese focus for the whole festival, to highlight the vibrant talent of emerging and professional Lebanese dancers and choreographers.
The Firefield Scarab nine-12 inch, two-piece bipod is available in M-LOK (FF34025MLK) and KeyMod (FF34025KMD) to fit the needs of all shooters.
It proved the bipod gait was faster, corroborating the simulation algorithm's results," said co-lead and co-author of the study Pavan Ramdya (pictured below right with co-lead author Robin Thandiackal).
One, equipped with a bipod and pistol grip, was offered and sold to the military organizations of a number of foreign governments in fairly substantial quantities.
The BX-15 presents cartridges into the action at a 30-degree angle for consistent feeding and function, and the curved magazine design fits under the Charger with the bipod's legs down.
"One of the major upgrades to the 120mm system is with its bipod," Cooley said.
[This machine gun, a key part of American WWII infantry rifle squads, was mounted on a bipod, weighed more than 20 pounds, and held a 20-round clip.] Jens was always under fire.
A bipod can be used on the front but it needs to be cushioned.
I've also tried the "bipod" approach, such as propping the lens of my still camera on a wall, but since 2006 I've switched over to HD video imaging.
The recovered arms and ammunition comprised of one UGBL (Under Barrel Grenade Launcher) A-4 rifle, one INSAS (Indian Small Arms System) Rifle, two M-16 Rifles, three AK-56 rifles, one .303 Rifle (modified), two M-23 bipod LMG (Light Machine Gun) Rifles, 12 AK magazines, one .303 rifle magazine, five live rounds of .303 rifle ammunitions, 148 live rounds of AK ammunitions, 156 rounds of M-16 ammunitions.