Janner’s Early Rifle Elk Hunt
After 15 days of searching prior to opening day we found a big old bull elk that Janner wanted to hunt. The bull we dubbed as “NINJA” was located mid morning & we snuck into 260 yards before Janner hammered him w/ a .300PRC built by Arrowhead Rifles & a ROKSTEDi P234 Bipod.
ROKSTEDi setting NEW bipod standards
The P234 is our standard bipod model & comes in at a max height of 34″. The P234 hunting bipod is an amazing 18.5 ounces despite having 7 inches more of over all height on most bipods. Designed to be a stable, versatile & a light shooting platform for hunters looking for a better bipod solution.
Check out more details & specs on the P234 Hunting Bipod
How-to adjust the picatinny attachment on your ROKSTEDi bipod
Proper bipod height improves accuracy & recoil managment
Bipod height, even in the prone position, is a critical aspect of shooting more accurate & will allow you to manage recoil much better if you have your bipod set to the proper height. You want to get as square as possible to your rifle & as you will see in the video below, being lower doesn’t always equal more stability.
ROKSTEDi Bipod Weight (& Height) Compared to Industry Bipods
Industry standards for prone-to-seated bipods are typically 13-27″ in height. The ROKSTEDi bipods are designed for hunting in the mountains therefore the heights & vertical travel far exceed that of the industry standards. With that in mind, it’s amazing that the ROKSTEDi bipods are the lightest prone-to-seated bipods on the market.
We did not set out to build the lightest bipods in the industry, we just wanted to make the ROKSTEDi bipods light.