a two-legged support, as for an automatic rifle.

1935–40; bi-1 + -pod Unabridged
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bipod (ˈbaɪpɒd)
a two-legged support or stand

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Example sentences
Long-distance firepower with shoulder stock and foldable bipod.
The bipod can be either permanently mounted or removable.
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