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Old 10-29-2011, 04:13 PM   #1
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Need opinions on which bipod to get for my ar15. I want a good one that does not cost 200 bucks.

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Old 10-29-2011, 04:36 PM   #2
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I got a grippod for my a2, mounts right onto my quadrail. There is also a rockmount bipod that walmart sells that is like 40 bucks, im looking at putting one on my savage 22-250

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decribe your set up a lil better, there are many options but not all of them are good for just any set up

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well not much need for a bipod, but a grip pod can be had for about $50
like the one i had on this rifle


this pic is not my rifle but you get the idea



or you could spend the $200 for some thing awsome like this



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Just like the knock off at wal-mart, there the same with only a difference in price, I do own both and still can't understand why I listened to all the hype on the net about how there suppose to be better. But if buying a name makes u feel better by all means its your money

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I've seen two versions of the grip bi-pod mentioned at gun shows. One is all plastic and the other has a metal strip on the inside of each leg. The metal one is more sturdy and only costs a few bucks more.

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I've seen two versions of the grip bi-pod mentioned at gun shows. One is all plastic and the other has a metal strip on the inside of each leg. The metal one is more sturdy and only costs a few bucks more.
i see that online as well, from what i have seen i think that one is for airsoft
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Walmart also sells a bipod, i have one on my 7mmwsm but i cant remember the brand. Its identical to a harris,only cheaper

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