New: Warne Skyline Pro Bipod

Available in quick-detach Picatinny or ARCA head orientations, Warne’s new Skyline Pro bipod provides variable-width stance angles of 72, 48 and 22 degrees, plus 44 degrees of total cant range.

posted on June 25, 2024
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The new Warne Skyline Pro bipod boasts three distinct stance angles of 72, 48 and 22 degrees, along with an innovative geared design that simultaneously adjusts both legs.
Photo courtesy of Warne

Warne is expanding its bipod lineup with the introduction of the Skyline Pro bipod, which is available in either a quick-detach Picatinny or ARCA head configurations.

Engineered from aircraft-grade aluminum with black anodized finish, the Skyline Pro bipod features three distinct stance angles of 72, 48 and 22 degrees. Adjusted with the simple push of a button, the innovative geared design of this bipod will simultaneously adjust both legs, allowing for a seamless, one-handed transition between positions.

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Pictured above is Warne’s new Skyline Pro bipod with quick-detach Picatinny head and Precision legs (MSRP: $599.99).


More from Warne about the new Skyline Pro bipod: “Crafted to meet the exacting demands of competitive shooters, the Skyline Pro bipod combines rugged durability with unparalleled adjustability, setting a new standard in precision shooting.”

The Skyline Pro bipod is available in two models: one with Warne’s patented Precision retractable bipod legs, and the other with the company’s Lite bipod legs, the latter achieving a minimum height of 3.7 inches and a maximum height of 13.2 inches. (The Precision bipod leg option offers a minimum height of 3.7 inches and maximum height of 10.6 inches.) Additionally, this bipod incorporates standard Warne features like 44 degrees of total cant range and rapid leg deployment.

The Precision leg version has a 17.7-inch extended footprint, while the Lite leg version has a 22.8-inch extended footprint.

Designed and manufactured in the USA, Warne’s new Skyline Pro bipod is priced at $599.99 for the Precision leg model and $499.99 for the Lite leg version.

“With its unmatched precision, adaptability, and durability, the Skyline Pro bipod embodies our dedication to providing shooters with the tools they need to excel in their shooting discipline,” Warne’s Vice President of Sales, Ken Flood said.

Visit the Warne website at to learn more about the company’s new Skyline Pro bipod.


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