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Thread: Harris bipod 12-25 swivel/harkila roesack

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    Harris bipod 12-25 swivel/harkila roesack

    Seeing how as they aren't getting much use I thought I might as well sell my roesack and one of my bipods, neither are in new condition, the roesack has been used a couple of times so has a bit of muck on it but is in otherwise perfect condition. The bipod is in good nick too, I put some new felt on where it attatches to the stock.

    I've found a few different prices for both items but lets say 50 posted for the roesack and 70 posted for the bipod via paypal please, or try me for a swap you never know- I'm after a pair of barbour wax leggings with a long leg anything else stalking related you might have!

    Edit to say if you want to pick up from carlisle knock a fiver off the price.
    Roesack is pictured unclipped but clips back up so it resembles a small rucksack

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    Bipod gone now!
    Last edited by ross16689; 06-05-2010 at 13:19.

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    hi mate iv,e got a pair of duckdry leggings that i don,t use anymore , pm me if your interested. cheers the scudd

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    You have posted the Roe sack just to pee me off haven't you?
    You know I just went and bought a new one last week.
    God I hate Mondays

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    Are the legs on the bipod long enough for a shortish chap (5' 9") to shoot off sitting down?



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    I am 6' 4" and i use the 12 - 25 for sitting down its fine for me, occasionally looking uphill its a bit short but i assume for you it would be ideal...



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    Thanks for the advice - much appreciated.

    Its nice to know that there are some benefits to being a short ar*e !!!



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    I have 2 of these Bipods, reason being long heather, I would have them on maximum extention, they would then be perfect for sitting/kneeling shots. I'm 5'8".

    They are to long when fully retracted for prone shooting though, unless shooting downhill.

    Take care though, when kneeling/sitting you will naturally want to pull the rifle into your shoulder, this might cause the leg/legs to swivel back to the "not in use position" (didn't know what to call that)...

    Position and hold must be firm enough to support the firearm
    The firearm must point naturally at the target without any undue physical effort
    Sight alignment (aiming) must be correct
    The shot must be released and followed through without disturbing the position

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    PM sent re bipod Ross.
    Cheers Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dovebob View Post

    Thanks for the advice - much appreciated.

    Its nice to know that there are some benefits to being a short ar*e !!!


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    Roesack now gone- bipod might still be available

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