Definition of bipod
: a 2-legged support
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Each M27 costs $3,000, plus another $2,000 for the ACOG optic and other accessories, such as bipods and lasers, for a total of $5,000 per weapon.
Outside, two machine guns were propped, on bipods, in front of small holes in a waist-high wall.
Siatta pressed himself chest down behind a mound of dirt, extended the bipods on his rifle, looked over the top and fired about 10 shots, roughly toward where the gunfire was coming from.
The first fully automatic NERF Clip System blaster to date, the N-STRIKE STAMPEDE ECS blaster features a new pop-out bipod, which doubles as a handle, and a removable shield allowing players to transition to Attack Mode.
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Origin and Etymology of bipod
bi- + -pod (as in tripod)
First Known Use: 1897See Words from the same year
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