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Bi-Pods

Discussion in 'Black Rifle Forum' started by volsbear, Feb 24, 2010.


  1. volsbear

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    I tried a search but it yielded a result of over 500 threads, none of which seemed specifically related to my question.

    I'd like suggestions on a relatively inexpensive bi-pod for a Rock River Pro-Series Government.

    Thanks.
     
  2. Jer

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    Grip pod is a good style if you don't yet have a VFG. It's cheap and kills two birds with one stone.

    Harris is popular and very versatile if you wanted a dedicated bipod.
     

  3. Hedo1

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    I have a Harris Bipod. Get the model that swivels. It can be attached to the bottom rail with a quick connect latch. Easy on and off when you don't need it.
     
  4. NeverMore1701

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    If you want cheap, Shooter's Ridge Rock Mount works for the price ($40 or so). Not top quality, but better than the price would suggest.
     
  5. uzimon

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    +1 on harris ultralite
     
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