7901M Precision Bipod, Pic Rail Interface
- DUE TO SUPPLY CHAIN ISSUES ITEM MAY SHIP WITH ALTERNATE FOOT SHOWN IN CLOSE UP
- Adustable from shooting position.
- Rapid Leg Deployment.
- Competition Ready.
DUE TO SUPPLY CHAIN ISSUES ITEM MAY SHIP WITH ALTERNATE FOOT SHOWN IN CLOSE UP
Bipod Perfection Achieved The Warne Skyline Precision Bipod is the most functional, ergonomic and strongest bipod on the market today. Designed to attach to your picatinny rail, the Skyline bipod allows the shooter to make quick, one-handed height adjustments, as well as smooth cant and panning ability for use on uneven terrain or less than ideal positions.
- Patent Pending Design
- Quickly attaches to any Picatinny Type Rail
- One Hand adjustability
- Rapid leg deployment from horizontal to 90°
- 3 Position Leg Rotation: 0°, 45°, 90°
- Leg Extension Min Height 6.9 inch/Max Height 9.1 inch
- 22° Total Cant/44° Total Pan
- Weighs 16.5 oz
- ARCA Swiss Rail Bipod pn 7902M
- Designed and MADE IN USA
- ONLY INSTALL OR ADJUST BIPOD WITH MUZZLE POINTING IN A SAFE DIRECTION, DOWN RANGE.
- Loosen QD Lever on the Bipod mount and install on your ﬁrearm’s rail with the logo facing forward (towards the muzzle).
- Slowly begin closing the QD lever and adjust tensioning nut until the lever just meets the latch with minor resistance. See ﬁgure 2
- Close the lever, latch should “click” into lever with a moderate push and the Bipod will feel secure on the rail.
- Using the Bipod: Rapid Deploy legs can easily lock at 90° from a resting position by pushing them down; legs can be adjusted by pressing down and holding the leg position lock and rotating to 0°, 45° or 90°, release lock and legs will lock at one of the three positions. See Figure 1
- To extend the Bipod legs, simply pull out to desired height, legs can be retracted one position at a time by pressing in on the height ratchet lever. To fully retract legs, press in on the ratchet lever AND while holding in, press down to retract. See Figure 4
- Pan and cant tension is adjustable, to adjust the tension (ease of movement) in the ball head, rotate the pan/cant tension wheel left to tighten and right to loosen. See Figure 3
- Disabling Pan Feature: Verify Bipod head is at 0°, (logo is facing forward, no pan angle).
- Turn pan/cant tension wheel to the right until tension wheel screw comes out, set tension wheel and screw aside.
- Press down on rear edge of lower ball mount and it will separate from top half, pan lockout set-screw will now be visible. With a 3/32nd allen, tighten set screw snug. See Figure 5
- Re-attach lower ball mount by hooking latch over front of upper ball mount, press up and into place. See Figure 1
- Insert tension wheel and screw, turning left until desired tension is applied to the ball head. Conﬁrm tension wheel screw ﬁts into square notch on lower ball mount.
Warne recommends that you periodically check lever tension and adjust as needed, also re-adjust if mounting on different ﬁrearm(s).
IMPORTANT: NEVER OVER TIGHTEN ANY BASE OR RING SCREW. NEVER ATTACH A SCOPE IF THE OBJECTIVE TOUCHES THE BARREL OR CAUSES INTERFERENCE WITH THE BOLT, SAFETY OR CYCLING OF THE ACTION. ALWAYS FOLLOW THE FIREARM OR SCOPE MANUFACTURERS’ RECOMMENDED TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR OWN GUNSMITHING METHODS.
If you are unsure or do not have the proper tools, please contact a gunsmith for assistance, Warne will not be held liable for stripped/damaged receivers or scopes.