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Old 07-17-2018, 07:24 PM
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Attached bipods look like good ideas, but their practical usefulness is often more limited than some may realize, regardless of the type gun they are used on. Some of the appeal is cosmetic.

If a lot of walking is involved, you might consider something like a Bog Pod. These are quick to get into position in a hunting situation. If bench shooting and you have a serious interest in accuracy, a good quality heavy rest (such as a Sinclair pedestal) with Protektor front and rear bags is steadier and far more useful.

An attached bipod will take the place of all the other rests, but doesn't necessarily do any job as well as something designed for the purpose. Still, the bipod will work fine in some instances, just consider the limitations.
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