Definition of bipod in English:

bipod

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Pronunciation: /ˈbʌɪpɒd
 
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noun

  • A two-legged stand or support.
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    • The weapons - which have the barrel supported by a bipod - are a modified version of the standard-issue SA80 infantry rifle.
    • When on a bipod, or tripod, it has a more limited range of motion, because the operator would have to move their body to adjust the angle, this makes the transitions slower than they could be.
    • Each country has a .30 calibre machine gun with a bipod.

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