A U.S. Marine-Proof Bipod? Rugged Accu-Tac Bipods—SHOT Show 2017.

To learn more, visit http://www.accu-tac.com/.


Bipods are a very important part of precision rifle, and I wouldn’t dream of running a sniper rifle without them. The average consumer or sportsman might not appreciate that, but they make life a lot easier when you are talking about long range shooting. I have been running they same brand and style since about 2005, but I am always on the look out for better. Accu-Tac may finally be able to deliver that.

Accu-Tac bipods are ultra-rugged and overbuilt for durability.


Finish Flat Black Hard Anodize
Min. Height 6.25” – 158.75mm
Max. Height 9.75” – 247.65mm
Min. Stance 11” – 279.4mm (legs at 90 degrees)
Max. Stance 13” – 330.2mm (legs at 90 degrees)
Closed Position Width 3.25” – 82.5mm
Closed Position Length 9” – 228.6mm
Weight 20.35 ounces
MSRP: $276


The Accu-Tac model looks overbuilt, but the lines flow nicely. And being all cut from aluminum, it’s not nearly as heavy as it looks. Every part that locks up does so in an industrial way; no notches full of mud for this bad boy. The adjustments are smooth and quick, but by depressing the release lever you can also set your needed height quietly.

The SR%-QD is a quick-detach design intended for quick installation and removal.

The bipod employs adjustable legs for maximum adaptability.

Price & Availability

The price tag on the SR5-QD bipod I saw is steep at $276, but that is the price of quality. I saw three sets of a similarly priced competing brand break at Mammoth Sniper Challenge, just in my squad. If we are talking about a tactical gun, a lifetime warranty doesn’t help much if you are dead. The company told me on camera that it has had exactly ZERO warranty repair requests of the Accu-Tac model, which is a pretty bold statement. I assure you, we will be durability testing this soon.

Clay had a chance to take a look at Accu-Tac’s products at SHOT Show 2017.

Another nice thing about the Accu-Tac, it will soon have replaceable legs for a change of height should you need it. If winter in Boise keeps up like it has, we will need the 14-inch model soon. Look for this set up in every precision rifle review we do until we break it, or I concede that it is Marine-proof.

To learn more, visit http://www.accu-tac.com/.

About the author: Clay Martin is a former Marine and Green Beret, retiring out of 3rd Special Forces Group. He is a multi-decade and -service sniper, as well as 3-Gun competitor and Master ranked shooter in USPSA Production. In addition to writing about guns, he is the author of “Last Son of The War God,” a novel about shooting people that deserve it. You can also follow him on twitter, @offthe_res or his website, Off-The-Reservation.com

{ 5 comments… add one }
  • Steve Counterman February 8, 2017, 12:44 am

    Railroaders are the same…Give them a steel ball and a rubber hammer, they’ll destroy the steel ball in no time !!!

  • Big John January 31, 2017, 10:04 am

    Put a Marine in a rubber room with a ball bearing and a rock and he’ll break the ball bearing and eat the rock.

    • Tripwire January 31, 2017, 7:42 pm

      Yes we would… burp

  • Blasted Cap January 31, 2017, 7:09 am

    Marineproof? That’s like saying something is firefighter proof in my world. No such thing. Put a naked one in a padded room with 2 bowling balls and they’ll lose one and break the other.

  • BillyBob January 27, 2017, 9:14 am

    Made in AMERICA ! Great design !

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