Maybe some of you have experence with this. Today I purchased a bi-pod that pivots, to mount on my Ruger Hawkeye. The problem is after I mount it, probably will not have the opportunity to check and see if it changed my zero on the rifle. It mounts to the front sling mount. What do you think, will the rifle still be zeroed in? I mounted one years ago on the early style MarkII, but I am sure I put it on paper after mounting, but do not recall if I had any adjustments. I sure could leave it off for this season, but might come in handy in a new spot I have to deer hunt, but no stands up in that area. Please let me know what you have experienced in the past mounting bi-pods.
Thank You R-BOLT