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Harris Bipod **Help!!! Thanks, Devil Dogs!!

Discussion in 'The US Marine Corps Forum' started by bulldog18, Sep 5, 2006.

  1. I need a Harris Bipod for my service rifle M-16A2.
    My problem is I don't know which one should I get?

    Right now, I'm thinking of getting the 1A2-L, 9-13" Bipod, with the #5 Adaptor. Yea or Nea, Pros/Cons?

    Series 1A2 bipods have solid base and do not swivel or rotate.

    Series S bipods rotate 45° for instant leveling on uneven ground.


    Model BR: For benchrest use. BRM has equally spaced height adjusting notches.
    Model L: For bench or prone.
    Model LM: Notch only height adjustments.


    1A2-BR, 6-9" Bipod

    S-BR, 6-9" Bipod

    1A2-BRM, 6-9" Bipod

    S-BRM, 6-9" Bipod

    1A2-L, 9-13" Bipod

    S-L, 9-13" Bipod

    1A2-LM, 9-13" Bipod

    S-LM, 9-13" Bipod
     
  2. F350

    F350

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    Forget the Harris bipods if you want something for a military rifle check out this site....

    http://www.versapod.com/

    There are adapters for any type handguard you are using, and don't get the shortest pod, you need more ground clearance for 30 round mags.