FC-4 G2: ARCA SPEC QD BIPOD

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The Accu-Tac FC-4 G2 F-Class Bipod with the QD  Arca Spec. Mount was designed, engineered, and manufactured in the USA. This F-Class bipod is perfect for long-range, target, competition, and airgun shooting. The wide, lowered center allows the rifle to sit between the legs which supports accuracy and helps reduce movement from recoil. This is only a suggested use, this model is not exclusive for these applications. 

The FC-4 G2 Arca Spec. is 100% billet, made from the highest quality aircraft aluminum available. This model has the versatility you want in a bipod with its 4 individual leg positions and 5 notch height options. It also has the ability to pan as well as cant, which can each be locked and secured individually with the adjustable lever. The leg design allows the user to quickly adjust to 4 different height positions with the advantage of being able to position each leg individually. The rail mount is simple, quick, and very secure, it attaches to a standard Arca Swiss or Arca style rail, and mounts in seconds without the need to use extra tools for tightening.

To engage or adjust leg position, simply pull the spring-loaded leg downward to move each leg independently. Leg position can be deployed to 90° or 45°, locking securely into 4 positions. Please keep in mind the cant adjustment lever can be repositioned, DO NOT use a tool to tighten the canting tension. Please click here to see how.

Materials 6061 T6 Aluminum alloy / High strength steel hardware
Min. Height (Legs at 45°) 5.50” / 139.7 mm 
Min. Height (Legs at 90°) 7.0” / 177.8 mm 
Max. Height (Legs at 90°) 8.50” / 209.5 mm 
Min. Stance (Legs at 45°) 12.25” / 311 mm 
Max. Stance (Legs at 90°) 16.50” / 419 mm 
Closed Position Width 7.5” / 190.5 mm
Closed Position Length 7.5” / 190.5 mm
Weight 29.16 oz
Color Flat Black
Coating Type III ( MIL-SPEC ) Hard Anodize

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Justin Geel
Rock solid quality

Believe the hype. I’ve tried a lot of other options but nothing else compares to the fit, finish and rock solid quality of these bipods. A stable platform makes a huge difference and the FC-4 and FC-5 are the widest and most stable I’ve found to date. One question that I had that I didn’t find an answer to was how solid the pan lockout was on these FC models. I prefer bipods without pan but wanted the wide stance these FC models had to offer and I’m glad to report that the pan lockout is as solid as any other cant-only model I’ve tried. If you want the width of the FC model but are worried about the panning feature adding instability to the platform, don’t be. These are as solid as they come and the difference between these and other options is immediately obvious from the first time you get behind one.

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Waco Watts
Fc-4 gen 2

Very happy with the fc-4 gen 2. Ordered it and the ski feet. Absolutely made a major difference between it and the Harris bipod I had on the rifle. Stopped the muzzle jump from the rubber feet on the Harris. Mounted it up and shot tactical class 30 cal and under. Pulled 3rd because I was able to see impacts and make corrections. Highly recommend this bipod for long range shooting.

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Martin L
Impression of FC-4 G2: ARCA SPEC QD BIPOD

Simply a rock solid product. Installs easily and provides quick setup changes depending on environmental needs. Great service as well. Thanks!

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Bill Bruckbauer
Best Bipod Ever

Absolutely best bipod I have ever owned. Easy to adjust and absolutely rock solid.

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Brady
Mixed emotions

First I haven’t used this yet because I just got it today. But I am disappointed with it a first glance. After watching many video reviews including all of paramount tactical I knew what I was getting. Well I thought so anyway. One of the many positive attributes pointed out about these compared to other bipod brands is all adjustment controls are operational behind the gun. Well accu tac made a change and the pan tension lever is no longer on the bottom of the swivel block, it's in front of the bipod now. Just my opinion but this was NOT a good change.