Just have a gunsmith install a sling 'stud' at the end of the aluminum handguard. (I've had it done for only the cost of the part, no labor since it took all of 3 minutes) Then, you can use any of the various Harris models.
Thanks for the info. I have done some research on the haris bi-pod and am thinking of the 721-SL Harris 9-13" S. This has a swivle base so you can keep the cross hairs level. What are your thoughts on this. Also, Will I need an adapter other than the swivle stud. It shows some in the haris site?
If you are mounting the bipod onto an aluminum free float handguard you will need a bipod free float stud. We include this part with all rifles and barrel assemblies that have a free float tube. We do offer it by itself for $4.95. It ships with instalation instructions. If you have the traditional handguards with the aluminum inserts, than you will need the Harris #5 adapter. This mounts to the inside of the handguard and retails for $10.95. Paul
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