Review Warne Skyline Precision Bipods Pros

Price Save 13% from $379.99 to $329.99

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. The Skyline bipod is made from 6061 T6 & 7075 T6 aircraft-grade aluminum with steel components in high stress/hard use areas. Look for Warne's complete line of Skyline Precision Shooting Accessories at your favorite retailer.

92.5 /100
  • Design


  • Performance


  • Value for money


  • Feature


Specifications for Warne Skyline Precision Bipods:

Additional Features: Panning movement can be disabled, allowing only cant, 3 Position Leg Rotation, One Hand adjustability, Quickly attaches to any Picatinny/Weaver Type Rail, Patent Pending Design
Color: Black
Weight: 16.5 oz

Features of Skyline Precision Bipod:

  • Patent Pending Design
  • Quickly attaches to any Picatinny/Weaver Type Rail
  • One Hand adjustability
  • Rapid leg deployment from horizontal to 90°
  • Legs lock in 3 positions at 0°, 45°, 90°
  • Leg Extension Min Height 6.9 in/Max Height 9.1 in
  • 22° Total Cant/44° Total Pan
  • Weighs 16.5 oz

1-Warne Skyline Precision Bipods
2-Warne Skyline Precision Bipods

  • PROS
  • Super Strong
  • Ease of use
  • Build quality
  • CONS
  • A little pricey

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Malachi - Add Reply

This Bi-pod is awesome. Will make my other rifles accept it and move it from one to another. Have multiple friends planning on getting it. Waiting on my leg extension and it will fit my gun and me perfect.

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Archibald - Add Reply

I'm a big fan of Warne Products. They're all always top quality and work exceptionally well for me. This bipod is no exception. It's insanely sturdy and well built with some really nice features. I would recommend it all day long at the $300 and under price range. Does everything my Atlas does for the same price with the added bonus of the one click leg adjustment. If Warne can get the price down to the $225-$250 range consistently they have a real Atlas killer here.

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