Dest bipod for a stalking rifle

Utectok

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Mostly you will get this is what I’ve got replies so to get the ball rolling Spartan pro hunt I find very good
 

Drum123

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Depends on where you are and what the grounds like and the time of year.Late Autumn to early summer all youll need is a boring old harris 9-13".
Summer times a bit more tricky,theres not many situatons where youll be able to see over cover with a bipod unless you use a 13-27" sitting jobby.Thats what i find anyhow on the ground im on.You may be on nice flat parkland , if so what ive just put is bollocks and any old bipod will work for you.
 

Big Tam

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Depends on where you are and what the grounds like and the time of year.Late Autumn to early summer all youll need is a boring old harris 9-13".
Summer times a bit more tricky,theres not many situatons where youll be able to see over cover with a bipod unless you use a 13-27" sitting jobby.Thats what i find anyhow on the ground im on.You may be on nice flat parkland , if so what ive just put is bollocks and any old bipod will work for you.
No park land in Northern Ireland 😁not in co antrim anyway 😂
 

Tubby10

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Have had, neopod, Spartan, tier one, harris LRA, and accutac,

Rarely use a bipod now, so have become a fan of the Spartan after a love hate relationship.

all do the job but it’s a compromise in weight, leg length, stability and ease of adjustability. Not to mention ridiculous cost for what is essentially very basic kit.
 

DmJ

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Harris 9-13 I've had a couple cheaper alternatives but nothing worse than a loud twang or falling apart when you need it.
Other than that use sticks
 

Big Tam

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Have had, neopod, Spartan, tier one, harris LRA, and accutac,

Rarely use a bipod now, so have become a fan of the Spartan after a love hate relationship.

all do the job but it’s a compromise in weight, leg length, stability and ease of adjustability. Not to mention ridiculous cost for what is essentially very basic kit.
Some of them do seem to carry a big price tag 🤪
 

fallow me

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Always used a Harris, but only used it for standing rifle on the ground, The big problem i found was there crap when you use quad sticks, to many bits that stick out on the harris legs so i went for Magpul, nice smooth legs which sit perfectly on the quad sticks
 

Big Tam

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Always used a Harris, but only used it for standing rifle on the ground, The big problem i found was there crap when you use quad sticks, to many bits that stick out on the harris legs so i went for Magpul, nice smooth legs which sit perfectly on the quad sticks
Never heard of them before just looked them up they look to be a good job 🤔👍
 

Lochens

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I have used the Harris swivel bipods on all of my sporting rifles for decades. Good quality, robust and they have extendable ranges to suit all needs.
 
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