HARRIS BI-POD LEVERS
FITS MODELS WITH KNURLED
KNOB FOR LEG HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
LEG LOCKING LEVERS
- Easily adjust and set leg height with one hand
- Stay behind the rifle while adjusting leg height
- When legs adjusted and locked with the lever
- before full extension, the legs are much easier to retract than using the push button
Made in the U.S.A.
Beaverton, OR – Catalyst Arms, LLC, a firearms accessory company, has introduced ambidextrous Leg Locking Levers to significantly improve the performance of Harris HBR series bipods. Made for Harris bipods without “notched” legs, these new Leg Locking Levers allow the shooter to make rapid and efficient leg height adjustments with one hand while behind the rifle. The new Leg Locking Levers easily install on top of the factory leg adjustment knobs. To use in the field, simply pull the leg to the desired height and flip the lever to the locked position with the same hand. To release, simply flip the lever the opposite direction. Designed from experience in competition shooting and hunting, these are a significant upgrade for this style of bipod.
Machined from 6061-T6 aluminum, the new Catalyst Arms Leg Locking Levers are lightweight and install with a single screw without any modification or disassembly of the bipod. With the bipod legs in the folded-up position they are conveniently out of the way to keep from getting hung up on each other or gear. The new Catalyst Arms Leg Locking Levers are now available in black (hard coat anodized), Red (anodized) and Tan (Cerakote®) with an MSRP of $39.95.