The NeoPod consists of three main parts: right and left legs and the central section, or yoke. To replace any of these parts follow the steps below. You’ll need a 3mm hex/allen/unbraco wrench: Make a note of the torque applied to the screws Disassemble the legs from the yoke. It should look like this: Remove […]
Test & Reviews
The NeoPod Ultralight Hunting Bipod has been designed with hinges. This is to let the gun recoil freely in a straight line into your shoulder. You should be able to tell from the recoil whether you’ve made a good shot or not. To make this work preload the bipod: just take up the slack between […]
Irish Shooter’s Digest extols the benefits of the SuperChrono over optical chronographs in the October 2016 issue. Some excerpts: «Then a couple of years back, … I aquired one [SuperChrono]. – It was a brilliant success» «I could now chronograph my rifle in any weather or light conditions because the SuperChrono detects the shockwave of a […]
New Zeeland Hunter magazine reviewed the NeoPod in its October-November 2016 issue. Some excerpts: «With such a low weight, you’d have expected the NeoPod to have lost some of the other features necessary in a bipod, but that is not the case.» «They [the legs] fold forward up under the barrel with a nifty locking […]
In Longrange blog 172 Thomas Haugland compares RPS, Versapod, Atlas and NeoPod for precision. Click on image to view video.
I Jeger nr 7 2016 tester man ulike hjelpemidler for skyting; sekk, rem samt tung og lett tofot. Omtale av NeoPod: «Skytemessig står den ikke tilbake for de andre. Tre innertiere er godkjent så det holder» «Men som jeger liker jeg ting som ikke veier så mye, så NeoPoden blir med på jakt, uansett […]
NeoPod Ultrailght Hunting Bipod tested by Polunek.pl The video is bilingual English-Polish. Click on the image below to watch it. s You’ll find the written review, in Polish only, here
NeoPod Ultralight Hunting Bipod reviewed by Mike Trenholm in Long Range Hunting Magazine Online Some excerpts from the review: «The extension stops are secure clicks and operate very smoothly. The legs deploy easily from the stowed forward position and lock down with a cam over type mechanism. To retract, you simply pull away from the […]
Thomas Haugland uses 6.5 Grendel to show that the NeoPod ultralight hunting bipod shoots tight groups. The NeoPod is mounted on a Picatinny adapter. Click on the image to watch the test.