Did some work on my firefield (inexpensive) bipod. Tightened it up and eliminated play. Some shooters want that play, to allow recoil, but I wanted it stiff. Got it where I like it. Next I did a bench hack for the bipod. Biggest problems with bench shooting (and inexpensive bipods) is bipods feet. They twist and move on a bench and it hard to load it forward with any consistency. Thought I'd try this hack, and it worked. Couple of clamps and a piece of wood and I could load the pod perfectly. It worked great for me and now I'm going to use it every time I shoot with a pod from a bench. 6.5 creedmoor 40 round 200 yds. 140 grain black box hornady. Was raining pretty good and the gun hasn't been cleaned in a while. I'd put a bunch of rounds through it Saturday so the barrels more than fouled. Not completely disappointed in results but they need to get tighter at 200. Much tighter.