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Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by clown714, Dec 31, 2002.

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  1. clown714

    clown714 Member

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    looking to put a bipod on my remmy 700,30'06

    any suggestions?make, model etc.

    swivel types?

    mostly being shot either prone or sitting.

    thanks

    clown
     
  2. cobb

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    I've got several sizes of older Harris bipods, and am totally happy with them. I wish they where the swivel models though, makes it easier to shoot at prairie dogs when laying on unlevel ground.
    So my advice would be a Harris with the swivel mount. The 8-13 works good for prone, but kinda high for a bench.
     
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    Harris swivel model. Height is up to you, but the 8-13 is probably correct.
     
  4. Swamp Yankee

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    I've got a couple of the Harris swivel 8 to 13 and am very pleased.
    Take Care
     
  5. clown714

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    thanks for the replies:)

    any thoughts on caldwell?
    saw one in the new midway cat.

    clown
     
  6. wogbg

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    snipepod

    Check-out the Snipe-pod. I think it is a great idea and product. They have their own website-- WWW.Snipepod.com .--Bill
     
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    I like the Harris "L" length, with the swivel option. Great for prone, never tried it sitting.
     
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    Don't waste your money...Get a Harris, anything else is just trying to be as good as them anyway.

    I have the L series swivel Harris' on my Savage 10FP, and am so glad I got them. A buddy of mine got the Harriss' that didn't swivel, and wished he would have waitied.

    Make sure whatever you get swivels. It makes more difference than you think.
     
  9. wogbg

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    Snipepod

    Fatelvis-- At least take time to research the Snipepod-- you will like it just as well as the Harris while you're using it and you'll like it a hell of a lot better when you are not using it-- which is 98% of the time.--Bill
     
  10. KMKeller

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    Either the Harris or the SnipePod will do you well.
     
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    First I've seen of the SnipePod, looks good. Aside from being mounted to the swivel stud, how does it differ from ShootingStix?
     
  12. nemesis

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    Isn't there someone making a pretty good copy of the Parker Hale?
     
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