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Vertebrae Fusion Bipod from Norway

This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com

Let’s look at Norway for an interesting bipod!

If you know me you know I’m close to being a collector of bipods. Look for my previous review of the Atlas 5-H for instance.

Vertebrae AS is a small product design and development company, based in rainy Bergen, Norway.

They specialize in equipment for long range shooting and they do development of their own products under the motto “if you want something done right, do it yourself.

In the spotlight today we have their Fusion Bipod.

Vertebrae Fusion Bipod

Don’t sacrifice precision for weight with the new Vertebrae Fusion Bipod. Made from aluminium and carbon fibre, it will give you the precision of a true long range bipod combined with the low weight of a hunting bipod.

Vertebrae Fusion Bipod – Try the difference

Don’t sacrifice precision for weight with the new Vertebrae Fusion Bipod. Made from aluminium and carbon fibre, it will give you the precision of a true long range bipod combined with the low weight of a hunting bipod.

The Vertebrae Fusion bipod is made from 7075-T6 aluminium with hard anodized mil spec surface, and precision made carbon fibre lower legs. The frame of the bipod lowers the rifle in relation to the leg’s pivot points, giving you a stable shooting platform from any rifle. Use the handle to lock down the movement of the spigot when needed. The legs are spring assisted, so to adapt to uneven terrain you grasp the leg and squeeze the release and the leg pushes down by itself. Release the lever and you are where you need to be. No need to break your position to adjust the legs.

The Legs angle out to 60 degrees, giving you a wide stance and a low starting position with 14,5cm from the centre of the spigot point to the ground, extending to 23,5 cm with legs all the way out. The legs can be moved in 1cm steps. The feet are easily exchanged between spikes, cleat feet, skis or rubber feet. It is made for Versapod spigots, and it weighs in at 508 gram with steel spike feet, 479 gram with ski feet, 466 with rubber feet.

Specifications:

Weight: 466 gram with rubber feet, 508 gram – steel spike, 479 gram ski feet

Height: 14.5 cm – 23,5 cm

Material: 7075-T6 Aircraft-grade aluminium

All their products are designed and developed in Norway.
Like most specialty bipods this one don’t come cheap either. For around 625 USD it’s yours.

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