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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 09-24-2010, 07:55 PM Thread Starter
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Bipods / tripods

I would like to get a different set of sticks for the upcoming predator season. I have a few I would like to hear as much imput as possible.

1. The Vanguard - Rifle Stock Mounted Bipod - 12 3/4 to 27 Inch Adjustable / Pivoting / Quick Sling Attach Point Install Item # Equalizer 2 . Allpredatorcalls has these.

2. The New BOG-PODŽ Tactical Shooting Tripods . Cabela's , and Midway has these.

3. The Primos Trigger sticks / Bipods

Any User info would be Great! I will be using this for Mostly Predator calling. Please chime in with any others that you think may work for calling.
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Re: Bipods / tripods

i shoot f t/r longrange competition rifle. by the rules i must shoot prone off a bipod. i have shot most of the bipod types/styles. my two favorites are the harris type with pod-paws (pod-paws no longer available) and the sinclair international bipod. this one hooks up to a sling post and becomes a rigid unit as one with the rifle. no wobble and no bounce. adjusts for height and level. awful for walking around but fabulous for stationary. downside is that it is pricey.
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Re: Bipods / tripods

Yes I know of those models . The sinclair is no good for what I want and harris's are good but I want something a little different. Thanks though.
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Re: Bipods / tripods

Anyone have them?
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Re: Bipods / tripods

I use a Stoney Point Rapid Pivot Bipod

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Re: Bipods / tripods

Beag. Does it fold or close up or do you carry it on the gun in the open pos.?
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Beag. Does it fold or close up or do you carry it on the gun in the open pos.?
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Re: Bipods / tripods

i have had harris 6-9in bipods on all my varmint guns. love them. ive known guys using shooting sticks for their varmint guns as well. i keep buying harris bipods.

Should I shoot? I don't care, im not the one holding the gun, if it was me, we'd be skinning by now.
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Gander Mountain now has a line of bipods out I looked at the other day and they are very light and cheaper then Primos.
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Re: Bipods / tripods

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Beag. Does it fold or close up or do you carry it on the gun in the open pos.?
I carry it in stuck in my belt, doesn't fold. They sell swivel mounts that go on any rifle. I simply put it on when I get to my desired location. I can snap my bipod on three of my rifles.
Here it is on my 22 Hornet.
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