The P234 adjusts from a 9.25" prone position all the way to a 34" seated & kneeling position, which is perfect for the more serious hunter in the 6 foot tall range. With 24.75 inches of vertical travel & coming in at just 17.8 ounces, it's versitality, weight & stability are unmatched in the hunting bipod world.
The design of this versatile hunting bipod allows you to #getROKSTEDi for precision long range prone shots while still giving you the ability to take mid range seated shots while hunting in steep topography & varying terrain.
The P234 can also be detached from your rifle in just seconds which allows you to stow it in your backpack, truck or on your rifle.
Design Intent: for serious mountain & predator hunters standing in the 6' tall range
Height Travel: 9.25-34" ground to top of the bipod
Weight: 17.8 ounces
Stowed Lengths: 19" Reverse Stow, 21.25" Traditional Stow
Recommeded Rifle Weight: 5-15 Ibs
Prone Foot Print: 11.75" at 18.75" height, 30" at 13.25" height, 9.5" at 13.75"
Detachable Connection: Quick Picatinny Lock & Release (ARCA options coming soon) PICATINNY RAIL FOR RIFLE IS NOT INCLUDED
Cant Adjustment: 1/2 Bowl Head w/ Tension Lever & Pan/Tilt Lock Out (45 degree cant, 360 degree pan & 30 degree tilt)
*STATS may vary based on feet options, attachments & production processes.
Feet Options: Machined Aluminum Spiked Feet, Aluminum Spiked Feet w/ Rubber Covers or Rubber Feet (-2.25" bipod leg length)
GEN2 Leg Locks: Aluminum/stainless internal twist locking mechanism designed to hold over 90 pounds while reducing weight & leg bulk.
Materials: Type 3 Hard Anodized 6061, Stainless Steel, Brass & Modulus Carbon Fiber Tubes
Warranty: 5 Years Replacement or Repair
California Mandated Warning: This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Craig Steel is a genius. Rokstedi is a category killer, one-of-a-kind hunting bipod. I begged Craig to ship one to me before my October elk hunt in the Idaho wilderness. I did tons of research looking for a differentiated bipod having NEVER used one before. The outfitter I was going with made an emphatic plea for a 27"+ bipod for the mountainous, difficult terrain we would hunt. I figured I would listen this time. What caught my attention was that Rokstedi was the ONLY bipod that both cants AND pans AND has extraordinary adjustable heights (5" to 34" with the P234 model) and ultralight and strong. When the bipod arrived, I knew in a moment the Rokstedi was aerospace grade and extremely well engineered if not downright genius. It was fun and easy to put together and make my own videos to show my sons in college who were blown away by its versatility. But where Rokstedi proved worth every penny, was this first elk hunt in October 2022 in the very rugged Idaho wilderness. I climbed from 6,000ft to around 8,000ft with my guide and we found a canyon with at least three bugling bulls at 8am or so. We played it smart and stayed in place all day and at 5:45pm a beautiful 6x6 bull walked out of the dark forest to an open burn area following a cow. The shot was nearly 600 yards and too long for my current practice and set up (Cooper Model 92 in 300 Win Mag with Swaro Z5 3.5x18x44 scope with BDS turret at a final ring setting of 450 yards. We stalked the elk side hill for nearly 1/4 mile getting just close enough for a 450 yards hunt on a STEEP downhill with the elk uphill creating the need for a VERY long bipod extension. Methodically (after practicing numerous times at home) I deployed the 34" legs, loosened the pan lock and slipped my thumb forward to disengage the pan feature and found myself sitting and adjusting the bipod to square off on the elk who was merely steps from disappearing into the forest again. The cant and pan feature is simply unbeatable. When the elk wheeled and reversed direction, I was able to follow him, lock and fire at 450 yards with a shot that landed right on the shoulder where I aimed. NO OTHER bipod can do this. It made all the difference in the world. Most bipods would require you to lift the legs destroying your focus through the scope. The beautiful elk fell and my drought with three unsuccessful elk hunts was over. I can report with certainty, that I never would have been able to make that 450 yard canyon crossing shot without the Rokstedi bipod. Having never used a bipod, I felt like a surgeon with amazing tools and capability with the Rokstedi bipod. I proudly showed all the guides the function and quality of the bipod. They were amazed and also proud to know it was designed to fill a niche by a fellow hunting guide (Craig Steel) who could not find a bipod that he needed in the field. So he designed it and fabricated it. The Rokstedi bipod is nothing short of fantastic and quickly became the envy of the guides and the hunt. Carrying and manipulating the bipod was equally impressive. Light, easy to deploy and always ready to help put the gun on the ground with legs deployed. I am a committed fan of Rokstedi. I will be buying one for my boys and friend and I can assure you a number of Idaho guides are putting in their orders. As one guide said, "wow, that is the ultimate Western rifle rig." He said it best. Edward
[see also same comments on the "Quick Pic" rail. It worked flawlessly]
Good Quality, light weight double thumps up, sophisticated bipod mechanism, a feature I would like to see changed is the tab you push to release the pin to enable tilt, the pin can re-engauge if you’re not paying attention ………….
Would prefer a twist/lock lever that prevents the pin from
Awesome piece of equipment that has capabilities you never knew you needed. Videos on YouTube really helped you understand how to set up and utilize the bipod the way it was designed.
I’ve used a lot of different bi-pods but this is the best one. It’s easy to set up an easy to deploy. I can’t believe how light weight it is. Thanks I’ll be getting another one soon.
This bipod is such a blessing to a predator hunter, I haven't found a situation that it would not work in yet