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Gunpods and bipods

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by kennyboy, Jun 17, 2006.

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  1. kennyboy

    kennyboy Member

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    I was looking at gunpods and bipods so that I could do some varmint shooting while standing or kneeling. What is the best gunpod/bipod to use. If possible, post pictures so that I can perhaps see the quality of the device from the comfort of my home. Thanks.
     
  2. Rembrandt

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    We opted for a more comfortable shooting position....low profile lawn ("beach") chairs and a Harris bipod. Cooler full of pop, spotting scope close by, and available with optional umbrella for rain or sun.

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  3. Dave R

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    I use a gunpod when varmit hunting. Can't remember the brand. It adjusts enough to use standing, sitting, or kneeling. I used to hunt without one, and my ability to hold still in sitting position was definitely the limiting factor in my ability to hit at ranges over 100 yards. The gunpod makes longer shots much easier. And because its not attached to the gun, I can use it with any of my guns.
     
  4. slzy

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    i don't see why you could'nt cut three beanpoles to length and get some twine and tie where it needs to be.
     
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