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 What are the best bipods on the market?
BOBno1  [Team Member]
5/7/2011 6:23:52 PM
I plan on purchasing a Bi-pod. I have a borrowed 24" barrel for my MSAR and want to know the opinion of you all fellow bullpuppers on the subject of Bi-pods. Some members of our local SWAT Team (13th at the most recent international event) and I are going to go to the range with this setup. We are going to determine if the 24" barrel is accurate at distance or not. I have heard opinions that it is not at all accurate so we will find out for sure.
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50-140  [Team Member]
5/7/2011 6:58:44 PM
if you can wait 6 to 10 weeks for delivery, this is my suggestion.

http://www.accu-shot.com/Atlas_Bipods.php
BOBno1  [Team Member]
5/7/2011 7:55:43 PM
Originally Posted By 50-140:
if you can wait 6 to 10 weeks for delivery, this is my suggestion.

http://www.accu-shot.com/Atlas_Bipods.php


Thanks. I hadn't heard of this one. I think I will get it.

rizzo5586  [Member]
5/7/2011 11:51:40 PM
BoBro makes an amazing bipod but have been unavailable for months filling OEM orders.

FYI, at one point MSAR was going to sell DMR versions of the STG-E4 and it was going to come with both the BoBro Bipod and their 30mm optic mounts. Very solid, best I have ever used.
BOBno1  [Team Member]
5/8/2011 1:46:05 AM
Originally Posted By rizzo5586:
BoBro makes an amazing bipod but have been unavailable for months filling OEM orders.

FYI, at one point MSAR was going to sell DMR versions of the STG-E4 and it was going to come with both the BoBro Bipod and their 30mm optic mounts. Very solid, best I have ever used.


This one is very cool also.

Greg3  [Team Member]
5/8/2011 6:28:51 AM
I have the Accu-shot rear monopod and I can say it's a well built item. I have been looking into their bipods.
Gundown  [Team Member]
6/21/2011 9:40:45 PM

I love the Rock Creek from RAT Worx
InfiniteGrim  [Team Member]
6/21/2011 9:48:33 PM
I have a $60 Harris 6-9" bipod and I dont see how it could be improved upon to make it worth ove $250
JJ1234567  [Member]
6/21/2011 10:36:21 PM
Originally Posted By 50-140:
if you can wait 6 to 10 weeks for delivery, this is my suggestion.

http://www.accu-shot.com/Atlas_Bipods.php


+1
cetane  [Member]
6/22/2011 7:58:10 PM
I bought 2 of the versa pod setups to have the option for prone or sitting. I thought the ability to level the rifle even on uneven terrain wold be an asset. It is only good, not great. Bench shooting= bad, Rifle tilts left and right. Field hunting wood chucks= useful, for when you are movin all over to get the right shot.
nsnate02  [Member]
6/22/2011 10:19:44 PM
Originally Posted By 50-140:
if you can wait 6 to 10 weeks for delivery, this is my suggestion.

http://www.accu-shot.com/Atlas_Bipods.php


While those are nice, they are not quick or simple to use. Very solid and expensive, but lacking in other areas.
Top_Secret  [Team Member]
6/23/2011 10:33:32 PM
Originally Posted By BOBno1:
Originally Posted By 50-140:
if you can wait 6 to 10 weeks for delivery, this is my suggestion.

http://www.accu-shot.com/Atlas_Bipods.php


Thanks. I hadn't heard of this one. I think I will get it.



Excellent choice, you won't be disappointed.
Onslaught  [Team Member]
6/24/2011 2:21:51 PM
The new B&T ones look tailor made for the MSAR's otherwise useless front rail:

Made it hot since i'm not at work anymore...



Only weighs 4oz?
parabellum_9x19  [Team Member]
6/24/2011 2:34:09 PM
I've been using Harris Bi-pods for years and they are excellent.
Snowz000r  [Team Member]
6/24/2011 4:59:34 PM
I have an atlas on a bolt gun, it is very good for a precision rifle. It is imho a bit too heavy and clunky for something like an AUG. Why you would want to put a top end $300 bipod on an AUG is a bit perplexing to me to be honest.

ETA: For shits and giggles, bipod in question on the bolt gun and E4:

Redhed97  [Member]
7/7/2011 11:09:36 AM
I like the one Ratworx sells:







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