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Old 08-06-2009, 03:17 AM   #11
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Check out 44Mag.com - 44mag - for .308 4 round mags

The site says they have the LR-308 4 rounders in right now.

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Thanks man, just ordered a couple from 44mag. That way when deer season comes around I don't have to worry about getting in trouble with the Law.

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Good job of showing what responsible law abiding citizens do to make sure they operate within the law.

Are you going to mount a bi-pod? I would, but that is just me. But, I can't use one of those in Ohio to deer hunt.

Looking foreward to the range report.

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I'm probably going to get a bi-pod, but not sure whether I'll use it for hunting. The problem with it is most bi-pods mount on the sling stud, so wouldn't that keep me from being able to mount a sling while the bi-pod is attached? And this thing is fairly heavy so I definitely wanna have the sling.

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I'm probably going to get a bi-pod, but not sure whether I'll use it for hunting. The problem with it is most bi-pods mount on the sling stud, so wouldn't that keep me from being able to mount a sling while the bi-pod is attached? And this thing is fairly heavy so I definitely wanna have the sling.

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There's a sling with bi-pod attached for hunting. I don't know how sturdy it is and I have never used one. Cabela's sells them. I'm sure other places do too. If I ever find my latest Cabela's catatog, I will give you the item # and price. I think I would have to see it first hand to see how solid the shooting sticks are on that.
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If I ever find my latest Cabela's catatog...
Look in the bathroom crusher, that's where I usually find mine. The other place I find it is in the garbage, funny though I never remember putting it there!!
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Yea, sh!tter was the first place I looked. Garbage got picked up this morning...

Funny how the "Bargain Cave" flier is still on the back of the toity.

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I'm probably going to get a bi-pod, but not sure whether I'll use it for hunting. The problem with it is most bi-pods mount on the sling stud, so wouldn't that keep me from being able to mount a sling while the bi-pod is attached? And this thing is fairly heavy so I definitely wanna have the sling.

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FCross - I had a bipod on mine and took it off. It's not as stable a platform when shooting off a bench as a sandbag rest, and it adds too much weight to an already heavy gun. With my 6-24x scope, a loaded 20 rd. mag, and a bipod, mine weighs almost 13 lbs! The bipods connect to the sling stud on the rifle and have their own stud to attach the sling.
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If you get a Harris or Rock Mount bipod they have a place where you attach the sling to the bipod.

If my camera hadn't taken a dump I would take some pics of my set up.

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With my 6-24x scope, a loaded 20 rd. mag, and a bipod, mine weighs almost 13 lbs!
That's why I was kind of skeptical about putting a bipod on it. Even without the bipod and unloaded that thing is already pretty heavy.

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That's why I was kind of skeptical about putting a bipod on it. Even without the bipod and unloaded that thing is already pretty heavy.

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Fred,

You might want to check out Versapods then. That way you can take the bipod off the gun, put it on when you need the extra stability.

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