|This product has been discontinued.
It cannot be purchased in retail stores. The only way to obtain it is through second-hand websites and stores.
It comes packaged with the Stampede ECS.
It works as a bipod to rest the blaster and steady one's aim and as a foregrip to give the blaster an extra hold to keep it steady during heated battles.
The bipod itself is gray with black details, and is constructed of the typical Nerf plastic. The legs can be pushed back into the base when not in use, and used as a foregrip similar to that of the assault grip.
The bipod is compatable with any blaster that has a tactical rail underneath the blaster. The bipod, much like the Vulcan tripod, is used to rest the blaster so that the user can steady their aim to fire at targets.
The bipod can also serve as a foregrip that can help improve the user's accuracy. To do this, squeeze the bipod legs together and push them back in. To eject the bipod, push the trigger button behind the top of the foregrip.
The pop-out bipod has been released with the following color schemes:
- The pop-out bipod does not function well on some blasters. For example, due to the length of the Longstrike CS-6, it is difficult to use the bipod as a foregrip. It can still function as a bipod, however, and many Nerfers wish that it had been packaged with the Longstrike.
- After a few uses, the pop out function may stop working; friction between the legs and the foregrip could stop the legs from fully extending. Users have to manually pull the legs out from this point. Lubricating the bipod legs can help this problem.
- It is the first bipod since the built-in bipod of the Longshot CS-6 from 2006.
|Tactical rail-compatible||Assault grip • Bipod stand • Drop Grip • Folding Bipod • Flashlight Grip • Grip Blaster • Folding Grip • Pop-out bipod • RaptorStrike bipod|
|Blaster compatible||Rhino-Fire tripod • Vulcan tripod|