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Bi-pod for my DPMS LR-308

Discussion in 'Rifle & Shotgun Discussion' started by jacobshain, Jun 9, 2010.

  1. jacobshain

    jacobshain Marksman

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    I was curious if anyone has run into a Bi-pod that could be used for a DPMS LR-308. This issue I'm running into is that I would like to mount it to my hand guard as to prevent stress to the barrel and causing inaccuracies. My handguard is a DPMS Free Float Tube Handguard DPMS LR-308 Rifle Length and I'm hoping that I don't have to switch it to a different one. Here is a link to show you the design of it.
    http://www.midwayusa.com/viewProduct...tNumber=737264
     
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    Better be careful doing multiple posts
     
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    At least he got this one in the proper forum....
     
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    Thats why I switched it over, it was in the wrong forum so I corrected myself.
     
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    Seems like you had already gotten your answer in the other thread. Jus' sayin'...
     
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    I'm looking for more than that answer as I would like to be well informed on this issue
     
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    The Harris Bi-Pod is going to be the best bet for that rifle. It is light, solid and if you order the S models it will swivel if the bipod is on uneven ground. It is what most 3-gunners use on their open rifles, like Jerry Miculec. you would want the one that is the next longest one than the "Bench rest" version I think it goes from 4" to 12", or something like that. and you want the adjustible legs.
     
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    I run a BR version on mine for range work and the L version for field work

    The notched leg with swivel are the best.

    Other bipods are pretty but I kinda like the Harris
     

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