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Thread: Is a bipod with only one leg deployed still a bipod?

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    Default Is a bipod with only one leg deployed still a bipod?

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    It's a process of understanding, so majority consensus is required.
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    No it's got one leg so it's a monopod
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    No, it's a little teapot.











    What kind of dumbass question is this? You are still a bipedal if you choose to stand on one leg.
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    The device is still a bipod irrespective of how the operator uses it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dale View Post
    The device is still a bipod irrespective of how the operator uses it.

    Obviously it is still a bipod, but operationally what would it be functioning as?
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    A bipod, in the possession of someone too stupid to know how to use it properly.
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    on one leg its called a "stick"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bludlust View Post
    Obviously it is still a bipod, but operationally what would it be functioning as?
    A warranty claim waiting to happen. Also ironically known as a Forkit©

    About as effective as a mono tine fork at a steakhouse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Citizen K View Post
    A warranty claim waiting to happen. Also ironically known as a Forkit©

    About as effective as a mono tine fork at a steakhouse.
    So it's not, in fact, acting as a bipod?
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    Depends if it's a bipod with one broken leg or if only one leg is used, then it's still a bipod
    If sold as a unit with only one leg, then it's still a monopod

    Front BIPOD Rear MONOPOD

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