Help with choosing a bi pod for my 308

Help with choosing a bi pod for my 308

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    Help with choosing a bi pod for my 308

    Hi I'm new to this and I'm really enjoying it thus far. So basically I wanted some advice On a good bi pod. I have seen the ones that the legs adjust and flip both forward and backwards but I have been able to find it and I wanted some advice first, thanks !

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    Harris is good too, well, some models anyway.

    We have 5 Atlas bipods in stock right now, and 4 Harris BRM-S.
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    Quote Originally Posted by avolcek View Post
    Harris SRBM 6-9" Swivel and a KMW PodLok
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    I just picked up a Harris, 416-002-223WB S-LM, 9-13" Bipod from Brownells. I would recommend that you get the "S" version. This has got a pivot so you can keep square on target. The only down side is it costs 25-30% more. Other options are height? 6"-9" and 9"-13" are pretty standard but they go all the way up to 27". The one I picked up uses a QD swivel stud. If you have this stud on the bottom of your rifle it will bolt on in under a minute, and hold tight. I was very impressed with this product. I hope this helped you in your search.

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    You may want to consider weather you are primarily shooting from a bench or prone . I saw a reply to a post
    on SC suggesting 6-9 inch for benchand 9-13 for prone . Can anyone confirm this ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by treedog View Post
    You may want to consider weather you are primarily shooting from a bench or prone . I saw a reply to a post
    on SC suggesting 6-9 inch for benchand 9-13 for prone . Can anyone confirm this ?
    I can, in my experience the 9-13 is to high for the bench and the 6-9 a little to low for the prone position at least for me. What ever Harris you get make sure you get the swivel model. I like the non notched legs because you can adjust each leg independently depending on the land contour or wether the bench is level of not. However the bipod I like above all others is the Atlas bipod. Worth every penny it cost.

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    I've sold a lot of Atlas bipods to guys shooting from a bench with a harris.

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    I like the Harris bipods that tilt, and are marketed by blackhawk. I also carry both the 6-9, and the 9-13.

    My 9-13 gets used the most for target practice. The 6-9 gets used most on callouts, or when shooting at a down hill angle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trekker111 View Post
    I like the Harris bipods that tilt, and are marketed by blackhawk. I also carry both the 6-9, and the 9-13.

    My 9-13 gets used the most for target practice. The 6-9 gets used most on callouts, or when shooting at a down hill angle.
    Harris does not make the blackhawk bipods. They are similar, but the blackhawk is just made to look like a Harris.

    If you ever try an atlas you will be spoiled. The clamp model can be had for about $220. It is higher than harris, but not by much. Harris is $105. Podlock is $25. If you also want to use the harris on an ar you need a rail adapter $50
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    I've had a harris and I currently own an atlas. I prefer my atlas.

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