Fir the most part….yes. Where you will falter is in rapid deployment, and quickly finding a semi level area for 3 legs to stabilize the tripod. Also, properly loading a tripod I find more difficult so repeatability is a challenge.
It will also boil down to what you want to carry with you all of the time. Bipods stay attached to rifles for the most part. Tripods are something you have to grab separate and remember. I believe in tripods as shooting aids, and just ordered my first a few minutes ago. Long story short, I don't think they completely replace bipods.
Some of those tri-pods a person can shoot prone with ,,,
I pack the rifle on my back unless hunting timber where fast shooting occurs. Well I just wondering whatever body is either using or thoughts on a tri-pod