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Thread: Cadex Falcon Light Explored

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    Fantastic job bud. Iím off to scoop one up. Not because I need one but rather just because 😉👍

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    Where can you buy one ? I can’t find it any where.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6MT View Post
    Very nice! I was wondering why Cadex priced this at $75 more than an LRA light tactical. I see now those detachable and locking feet. Really cool idea. Other than that, I must say a shameless copy of others that are on the market (like the LRA). That being said, a very nice job indeed. Although, I wouldn't have gone for the quick disconnect. But that's just me.
    I own the LRA light tactical and have experience with the LRA F-Class. I have also used a couple of the Cadex Falcons (havent had the Light yet) and comparing the LRA to the Cadex I can honestly say the Cadex is a great product. The adjustments are easier to make, the finish it much nicer, the feet are better. And personally I would rather spend my hard earned Canadian dollars with a Canadian manufacturer rather than sending them back to US manufacturing.

    I love my Atlas for my light guns, but for my heavy guns, the Falcon will be my new go to bipod and recommendation. Thanks Cadex for bringing another great product to market. And lets be honest, for the small difference in money, who really cares in the end?

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    Is there a way to lock the pan feature? Or is it always "on"?

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    Nice review and the bipod seems high quality, plus i love Canadian made products...

    Unfortunately I just can't get passed the price.
    Last edited by MrStudz; 11-29-2017 at 03:08 AM.

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    No bottle opener?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bartok5 View Post
    Nice! Now those of us with the original Falcon need the Picatinny QD adapter that was promised for the end of 2017. Hello, Patrice?
    Yes, we'll have this adapter available (in about 2 weeks) for the people that have the Falcon bipod (whatever model) and wish to convert it to a QD adapter. However I must admit that I do not like the solution that our R&D found which require to change the whole center piece which is very expensive to manufacture. I wanted a quick fix but they couldn't do it. The Quick-detach center piece adapter is 268.95 $ MSRP (7431-K007). I can convert any Falcon bipod (not Falcon Lite which is already QD) to a QD model.

    Best regards
    Patrice Picard Canadian & International Senior Sales Manager
    (450) 348-6774
    patrice@cadexinc.com
    https://www.cadexdefence.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by starkt View Post
    Where can you buy one ? I can’t find it any where.
    We just started to deliver these so this is why they may be hard to find as we speak. Call me (Patrice) at the office at 450-348-6774 and I may be able to find you a dealer that got ship some recently.

    or if you are willing to wait a bit and order one at your preferred dealer here's the list of our stocking dealers: https://www.cadexdefence.com/find-a-dealer/

    Best regards
    Patrice Picard Canadian & International Senior Sales Manager
    (450) 348-6774
    patrice@cadexinc.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by domaindetente View Post
    Is there a way to lock the pan feature? Or is it always "on"?
    Technically the way it's designed, when you are tightening the bipod, you are actually locking first the "canting" and then the "panning". But if you are tightening enough the little lever then your bipod is fully locked in place including the panning.

    We are currently looking at a solution to fully disengage the panning feature for people that do not want this panning feature at all. I personally do not see the point but you asked for it and we listen

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    Patrice Picard Canadian & International Senior Sales Manager
    (450) 348-6774
    patrice@cadexinc.com
    https://www.cadexdefence.com/

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    Thanx C-L and Patrice for the info.
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