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The Accu-Tac PC-4 Arca Spec QD bipod was designed, engineered, and manufactured in the USA. This PC bipod is perfect for tactical, target, competition, and airgun shooting.  This is only a suggested use, this model is not exclusive for these applications. 

The PC-4 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. Our quick detach rail mount is simple, quick, and very secure; it attaches to an 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°) 6.50" / 165.10 mm
Min. Height (Legs at 90°) 8.00" / 203.2 mm
Max. Height (Legs at 90°) 9.150” / 232.41 mm
Min. Stance (Legs at 45°) 9.0” / 228.6 mm
Max. Stance (Legs at 90°) 11.0" / 279.4 mm
Closed Position Width 4.250" / 107.95 mm
Closed Position Length 7.5” / 190.5 mm
Weight 27.92 oz
Color Flat Black
Coating Type III ( MIL-SPEC ) Hard Anodize

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Customer Reviews

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Maddex Gaines

Awesome product have used in 3 matches now and the pan has helped in every match. Thanks for great product.

Bud Weber
Great people and great products

Stable as rock, built like a tank, and beautifully designed and built.

Brenda Turner

Let me be clear. I have very little money that I can afford to spend on things other than food and other necessities. I am disabled, old, and simply wanted to put together a .22 rifle that I could enjoy as I finish out the last of my remaining time afforded me on this earth. At 62 I had but one dream; to enjoy the precision such a rifle can bring. I knew that I wanted quality. And after extensive research, I knew that a quality bipod was what would serve me best. When I opened the package that held my PC-4, I first spent perhaps thirty seconds handling the thing . . . then I cried. So rare for me to cry that my husband came and demanded what was wrong. "I know we can't afford this rifle. But I'm so proud that it's going to be high-end, like this bipod . . . I guess I'm ashamed and elated all at the same time" Brian leaned in and kissed my forehead and assured me that he can afford to lose a 'pound or two.' He said I should tell you folks how long I saved for this. 9 months. I was a B4 sniper long ago. I don't have children And I don't fish, hunt, or much else. But I love a well placed shot enough, that I know I've selected what is likely the best bipod available. Thank you. And if I can, because it would bring joy to me to share my build, when it's done I'll send a few photos. May God bless each of you there, and may your profit margins rise through the roof in the months ahead. Brenda Turner