New: MDT ORYX Bipod

MDT said its new ORYX Bipod is “where excellence meets affordability and lasting craftsmanship.”

posted on September 7, 2023
MDT Sporting Goods

MDT Sporting Goods has announced the launch of the new ORYX Bipod, which is “meticulously designed for precision and efficiency setting a new benchmark in shooting support.”

The new ORYX Bipod is crafted from a high-quality polymer blend for rigidity, strength and stability. Despite being a lightweight bipod (11 ounces with M-LOK and 12.5 ounces for the Sling Swivel Stud version), the ORYX promises durability, making it ideal for hunting and general use.

Users can also swiftly stow, deploy, adjust cant tension and extend the legs using only one hand.

Additionally, the bipod's rubber feet—inspired by soccer cleats and tire treads—ensure a steadfast grip across diverse surfaces.

Height is adjustable from 7.2 to 10 inches (measured by the pivot point), and head adjustments from 50° - cant. The footprint width is from nine to 11.5 inches.

MSRP for the new MDT ORYX Bipod is $99.95. Go to



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