Need a Bipod for my Savage Arms 22lr Rifle.

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  1. MR WICK

    MR WICK Member

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    In the front it has a ring instead of picitanny. What should I get?
     

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  2. v8stang289

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    What kind of ring? hard to tell in the pic.
    If its a sling stud, you just need a bipod for a sling swivel mount.
    There are several manufacturers, and most will be adequate for that rifle.
     
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  3. whisler

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    Harris bi-pod works well mounted to a sling stud.
     
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    Harris bipods are worth the extra coin over Harris copies, IMO.
     
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    Slingstud mount bipod, or screw a chunk of pic rail in if you want to use a qd pod.
     
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    Harris.
     
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    What I did was mount a swivel stud/picatinny adapter to the stock, turning the stud into a section of pic rail. Then I got a Harris Bipod and mounted an American Defense Manufacturing picatinny adapter in the bipod to allow the Harris to use the pic rail.

    Now, that's alot of "adapting" BUT it allows me to use one bipod easily between all of my rifles, switching it quickly and easily with the QD adapter.

    I have that setup on a couple rifles including my Savage Mark II, but here's how it looks on my Weatherby Vanguard with the bipod on and off.

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  8. 12Bravo20

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    Harris is the answer.

    Using the swing swivel mount or adding a rail for a rail mount is up to you.

    I have used several different Harris copies and none of them are as good as the Harris. Yes there are better bipods than the Harris but for most shooters the Harris does great.
     
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