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Old 10-14-2011, 10:11 PM   #1
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the only experience ive had with em is military ones for the M60 and the harris bipods. currently have a harris that is non-tilting. are there some other brands of short style bipods i should look at?? or should i stay with harris and just get the tilt version??

this will be used on my savage 10. its got 2 front swivel studs

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Old 10-15-2011, 12:39 AM   #2
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The tilt version is the only way to go for versitility. The Harris is good in the tilt version. However the Atlas not only tilts but also pans. Quite a good feature to have.

Atlas Bipods

Heres a pic of the Harris next to the Atlas. I'll be running the BT 10-LW17 for my next build.


You'll have to affix a small picitanny rail to the forestock to mount the Atlas if you decide to go that way. The Harris will mount to any QD stud.

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Old 10-18-2011, 11:58 AM   #3
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Check out Blackhawks bipod. Expensive, but very well made.
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Default Good Bipod

My friend has a Rem. 700vtr with this bipod

Equalizer 1 Bipod

He loves it and when I shot his gun I liked it a lot. The range we go to has fixed targets at different distances and angles. This bipod made it easy to move from target to target.
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