To get the most out of your Cooper M92 Backcountry rifle it pays to find the best possible bipod. On this page we list and review 6 of the best bipods recommended for use on the Cooper M92 Backcountry rifle.

The Cooper M92 Backcountry is a lightweight, accurate rifle ideally suited for back country hunting.

You can expect to be making shots over a 400 – 600 yard range, essentially a very good medium range hunting rifle.

Although it is not necessarily crucial that you shoot this with a bipod there is no doubt that accuracy and consistency can be enhanced by the inclusion of a quality model.

This rifle is available chambered to fit a wide variety of caliber cartridges including: 6.5 PRC, 240 Weatherby, 6x284, 25-06, 25-06 Al, 257 Weatherby Mag, 6.5x55, 6.5x284, 6.5x06, 6.5x06 Al, 264 Win Mag, 6.5x300 Weatherby Mag, 270 Win, 270 Weatherby Mag, 284 Win, 280, 280 Al, 7x57, 7mm Rem Mag, 7mm Weatherby Mag, 7mm STW, 30-06, 300 Win Mag, 308 Norma Mag, 300 Weatherby Mag, 8mm Rem Mag, 338-06, 338 Win Mag, 340 Weatherby Mag.

Listed below is a selection of bipods recommended by hunters for use with the rifle.

List of Bipods Suitable for the Cooper M92 Backcountry

Make / Model

Height
Range

Weight

MSRP

6.3 - 10.3"

11 oz

$129.95

6 - 9"

14 oz

$107.50

4.9 - 9.2"

12.87 oz

$239.95

9.5 - 11.5

n.a.

$44.97

6 - 9"

11 oz

$57.99

6 - 9" 

10 oz

$23.99

Description of Bipods Recommended for the Cooper M92 Backcountry

Having had a chance to browse through the bipods most regularly recommended for the Cooper Backcountry we will take a look at a more detailed overview of each.

Each of these brief bipod reviews aims to provide you with extra information about the bipod that is not otherwise immediately apparent in the summary list such as special unique features. It should also help you in working out which would prove to offer you the greatest value in terms of its effectiveness.

Magpul Sling Stud QD Bipod

Best Bipod for the Cooper Backcountry

The bipod design exhibits significant strength in a lightweight bipod. In fact, the bipod only weighs 11 ounces.

When not in use the bipod folds down under the barrel and its profile only measures 2.3” deep and 3.3” wide. Both the light weight and small profile when folded makes it an ideal bipod for someone who is going to be covering a lot of ground.

The legs are spring tensioned and are designed to be deployed with one hand. They extend up to 4 inches from 6.3” to 10.3”. As it extends the leg will slide and lock securely at the push of a button and there are seven places that are a half-inch apart into which to deploy the lock. The legs end with soft rubber feet that will hold to the surface without slipping.

The bipod has a knurled locking knob that allows it to move through 50 degrees of tilt and 40 degrees of pan making it an extremely adjustable option.

The functionality built into the Magpul bipod underlines its great value for money. It is an ideal platform for the Browning X-Bolt series of rifles.

Find out more about the company and the full range of products available by visiting the Magpul website.

Harris S-BRM Bipod

A high performance and powerful rifle requires a high performance bipod at a reasonable price. The Harris S-BRM bipod (previously known as the HBRMS) fits the bill nicely.

This is a bipod that gets a lot of mentions when seeking opinions about what is the best bipod for hunters.

The S-BRM is a swivel bipod but also includes notched legs to provide the shooter with a quick set up at predetermined heights.

Its legs extend from 6 inches to 9 inches high. They deploy quickly and can be set to heights notched in 1” increments.

The swivel ability means this bipod adjusts to compensate for uneven terrain. It comes with a built in swivel stud so that it may be easily attached to a sling stud.

The bipod only weighs 13 ounces and it is particularly sturdy.

Find out more about the company and the products available by visiting the Harris Bipods website.

Accu-Shot BT65 Gen 2 CAL Atlas Bipod

No matter what caliber Backcountry you’re using the BT65 CAL (Cant and Loc) Atlas Bipod will provide a rock solid shooting platform. This bipod suits shooters who do not need the Panning feature.

The company’s bipods are solidly built, reasonably lightweight and versatile enough to cater for just about every shooter’s needs.

The BT65-LW17 is no exception and is built from durable T6061 aluminum with stainless steel springs and fasteners. They have a height range from 4.9” to 9.2” on legs that adjust to any one of 5 positions that are 3/4” apart. You adjust the legs by hand with the outer leg sliding on the inner leg.

You can position the legs at one of 4 different configurations. They can be stowed completely back, at 90 degrees straight down, 45 degrees forward or completely forward. The two angled positions allow you to load the bipod as you set up for your shot.

The bipod provides for 45 degrees of pre-loaded cant to either side of the center. Once happy with the level of cant you can lock it in place.

The bipod attaches using the Picatinny Rail Mount. This is a straightforward process using a low profile two screw clamp assembly.

This is a bipod that will withstand the recoil from the heaviest weapons in common use and meets military specifications.

Check out the Accu-Shot website for all additional components.

UTG Shooter’s QD Bipod

One of the most popular of the lower priced bipods, the UTG range provides solidly constructed, reliable bipods that withstand harsh treatment.

This bipod uses a quick detachable lever controlled mounting system to make deployment and detachment fast and simple.

It comes with a swivel stud kit so that it mounts directly to the rifle’s swivel stud. It also boasts a large mounting deck making it possible to fit on any Picatinny/Weaver rail.

The Shooter’s model uses an anti-rotation steel crossbar insert to reinforce the mounting.

The bipod legs extend from 9.5 to 11.5” in length and the center height is adjustable from 8.7 to 10.6”.

The legs feature the Posi-Lock system which makes it easy for the fingers to access and control the folding and unfolding process.

This is a good quality, low-priced option that will suit rifles loaded with lower power caliber ammunition.

Find out more about the company and all of the products in the range by visiting the Leapers website.

Caldwell XLA Pivot Model Bipod

The Caldwell XLA Bipod provides a solid shooting platform that will attach to any firearm with a sling swivel stud. Constructed from aluminum it will not only withstand repeated shots but is also extremely lightweight.

The other aspect of this particular bipod is the pivoting feature. This is an important inclusion because it allows the shooter to compensate for uneven ground with the lower portion of the bipod pivoting independently from the upper stock mount.

This enables the firearm to level when placed on uneven ground and it can do so at slopes of up to 20 degrees. A tension knob controls the pivot.

This model is the lower profile with the legs being spring loaded to deploy at the touch of a button. The notched legs can be set to specific heights. They collapse forward for easy carry when not in use and they end with soft rubber feet for added stability.

Find out more about the company and all of the products available by visiting the Caldwell website.

CVLife Tactical Bipod

Best Low-Priced Bipod for the Cooper M92

We have included the CVLife Tactical Rifle bipod as a low-cost solution that will suit the budget-conscious shooter.

The bipod is made from hardened steel and aluminum and it features legs that range in length from 6 to 9 inches. The legs are spring deployed and are notched so they can be set to one of 5 length settings.

The springs make it quick, easy and silent to fold the legs back up. It has a high strength mount tension screw to hold tightly under pressure.

For those who are not completely sold on the idea of pairing the M92 Backcountry with a bipod, the CVLife is a low-cost lightweight option that will stand up well in back country hunting conditions.

The majority of bipods examined here are designed for mounting to the rifle's sling swivel stud.

Options such as the Accu-Shot will require an adapter which is a simple, low-cost addition resulting in a solid mount to a Picatinny rail.

The models discussed on this page are all low profile with the assumption being that the likely use will come in flat, open terrain.

Naturally, there are also options available from manufacturers such as Harris, Leapers and Accu-Shot that provide for legs that extend to higher heights.


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