This bipod was great at first but then a lot of problems arose. First, the pull button that unlocks its position will pinch your finger if you are not careful. Second, the feet are really hard to extend. you have to twist the small cylinder by the rubber foot. They are spring loaded, but this made it so that after a few extensions the feet just pop out and I had to go get it (this was during target practice. I don't extend them for this reason during games.) and put it back in. when the feet are extended you have to twist them EXTREMELY tight other wise they will collapse back into the legs. One time when i was trying to loosen the feet, the narrow part of the leg in the middle got loose as well. Third, the part that clamps to a rail will scratch any paint very badly. I put it on my ECHO 1 SCAR and just trying to position it scratched the paint. I hadn't even tightened it yet. So now part of my rail is silver and I'm afraid it will rust if it gets wet. Four, the feet are very close together when they are folded out. They provide almost no stability to my L96. It is very easy to tip over. The only good thing i can say about this is that it is made of metal. By the way i got this bipod when i bought the WELL L96 from Airsplat.com (the company of which i will never buy again from for their poor customer service and horrible descriptions on any of their products).
Button pinches finger sometimes
Bad assembly of pieces
Scratched paint on two different rails
Narrow feet spread
Heavy, made makes my L96 extremely front heavy.