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#5784063 - 06/11/15 08:41 AM Flushcups for bipod?
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The title says it all. Would a flush cup on a badger rail hold a bipod? Or is that too much pressure?

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#5784112 - 06/11/15 09:06 AM Re: Flushcups for bipod? [Re: wp75169]
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The flush cup would hold it, but I would think there would be too much slop in the flush cup. The bipod would move around too much. How would you mount a bipod in the flush cup? What set up are you looking at?
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#5784141 - 06/11/15 09:17 AM Re: Flushcups for bipod? [Re: wp75169]
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I was considering getting the insert with the sling stud and just mounting it to the stud. I currently have an adapter on it that mounts to the rail and the bipod mounts to it. I do not like that set up but it's because the adapter is too short and the bipod rocks.


Edited by wp75169 (06/11/15 09:28 AM)

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#5784168 - 06/11/15 09:32 AM Re: Flushcups for bipod? [Re: wp75169]
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I'm with Chad...I think it would hold it but I don't think you would like the stability. I'd either do it or have someone add a rail or use a sling stud.
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#5784179 - 06/11/15 09:37 AM Re: Flushcups for bipod? [Re: Judd]
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Originally Posted By: Judd
I'm with Chad...I think it would hold it but I don't think you would like the stability. I'd either do it or have someone add a rail or use a sling stud.


It does have a rail with a flush cup in it. That's what I'm trying to figure out. The best way to mount the bipod to it.

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#5784188 - 06/11/15 09:44 AM Re: Flushcups for bipod? [Re: wp75169]
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I have this rail on the manners.



I was considering using this adapter to mount the bipod into the flush cup instead of a larger rail adapter.


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#5784197 - 06/11/15 09:51 AM Re: Flushcups for bipod? [Re: wp75169]
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I'm not familiar with that kind of set up. But I'd say try it and see.
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#5786231 - 06/12/15 04:12 PM Re: Flushcups for bipod? [Re: wp75169]
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I did some more research and badger makes a perfect quick connect that low profile designed just for what I'm wanting. Probably everybody knew about them but me. So I'm going this route.

http://www.midwayusa.com/product/521853/...d-adapter-ar-15

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#5786364 - 06/12/15 05:56 PM Re: Flushcups for bipod? [Re: wp75169]
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Sorry, I didn't understand what you were asking...you're right.

That flush cup in the rail is for a sling not the bi-pod.

I run an atlas and it comes with a QDM like this one: http://www.erathr3.com/collections/weapo...CFQIRaQodflMAwg

For a Harris adapter...you're on the right track, I like a lever QDM but what you bought will work fine.
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#5787260 - 06/13/15 01:23 PM Re: Flushcups for bipod? [Re: wp75169]
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Originally Posted By: wp75169
I did some more research and badger makes a perfect quick connect that low profile designed just for what I'm wanting. Probably everybody knew about them but me. So I'm going this route.

http://www.midwayusa.com/product/521853/...d-adapter-ar-15


Let us know how it works out, new methods are always interesting.
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