Ok cool thanks a bunch guys saved me a ruined trip to the range and a few bucks. Why did he say that the bipod was a bad idea thow?
You'll have to experiment with the bipod on vs. the bipod off to see if the point of impact shifts when the bipod is mounted. The general rule is that anything attached to the barrel will alter the point of impact.
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Putting a bipod on the barrel just doesn't lend itself to its best potential accuracy. Its better to have it on the handguard or forend. Better accuracy is achieved with a free floating barrel, than one with the weight of the gun resting on the barrel.