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AR BiPod

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Mick3411, Dec 12, 2009.

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  1. Mick3411

    Mick3411 Member

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    Interested in opinions on a bipod for my AR. I intend to use it strictly for bench shooting - not a tactical application. I know Harris, et al have great products, but since it is just for the bench I was hoping for a recommendation on the cheaper end of the scale.

    Ideas?

    Mick
    Daniel Defense XV
     
  2. taliv

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    if you're just going to shoot from a bench, get a nice set of bags and skip the bipod. bipods actually suck compared to bags, with their sole advantage being portability
     
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    What taliv said.
     
  4. Big Russ

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    My Walmart was selling Harris bipods in the neighborhood of 48 dollars when I bought mine. I use it for all my rifles, including the AR. Works out fine for me.
     
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    For bench shooting I use bags. If I'm going to shoot from the prone position I use a Harris attached to a rail. I also have used an usgi bi-pod just for the nostalgia.
     
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