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#6530691 - 11/07/16 10:26 AM tripod or bi pod recommendations please
George - w/ Map My Ranch Offline
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I like to walk around and check different areas on our property out when hunting. In year's past, I have snuck up on some hogs and deer and taken off my backpack to use as a rest to take a sure shot. I'm thinking of starting to take a tripod or bipod with me this season - one that has telescoping legs that I can attach to my pack or even carry...looking to see what you all have used and which product(s) is a reliable one. Went to amazon to read about some reviews and some are hit and miss as far as reliability. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Thanks!
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#6530700 - 11/07/16 10:30 AM Re: tripod or bi pod recommendations please [Re: George - w/ Map My Ranch]
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I have used a bipod for years - I would rather shoot off of it than a rest.

I like bipods because they are attached to the rifle and I don't have to carry around separately - they are also easy to detach -

Cabelas, Academy, etc all have them - I suggest the one that have several heights so you can shoot prone or sitting
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#6530722 - 11/07/16 10:42 AM Re: tripod or bi pod recommendations please [Re: George - w/ Map My Ranch]
George - w/ Map My Ranch Offline
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OK - so did a quick search on attached bipods and seeing some good info on some Harris ones that attached to the sling attachment point. Thinking of going this route now.
I like the idea of being able to have a 24-27" heights, for ducking down and taking a kneeling or sitting shot. Brands/models anyone has used and liked?
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#6530973 - 11/07/16 12:27 PM Re: tripod or bi pod recommendations please [Re: George - w/ Map My Ranch]
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I have used Harris and like them
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#6531039 - 11/07/16 01:09 PM Re: tripod or bi pod recommendations please [Re: George - w/ Map My Ranch]
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#6531083 - 11/07/16 01:32 PM Re: tripod or bi pod recommendations please [Re: George - w/ Map My Ranch]
redchevy Offline
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I went cheap and bought a Caldwell bipod.

Attaches to the front swivel stud. I like shooting off of it a lot and have found I am as accurate or more so with using it than off front/rear bags.
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#6531447 - 11/07/16 04:20 PM Re: tripod or bi pod recommendations please [Re: George - w/ Map My Ranch]
gary roberson Offline
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Look at the Swagger Bipod, when I first looked at it at the San Antonio TTHA, I thought it was bulky and awkward looking. After using one in actual hunting situations, I love it.
Adios,
Gary

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#6531473 - 11/07/16 04:33 PM Re: tripod or bi pod recommendations please [Re: George - w/ Map My Ranch]
colt45 Offline
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which ever one you decide on, practice>
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#6531489 - 11/07/16 04:41 PM Re: tripod or bi pod recommendations please [Re: redchevy]
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Originally Posted By: redchevy
I went cheap and bought a Caldwell bipod.

Attaches to the front swivel stud. I like shooting off of it a lot and have found I am as accurate or more so with using it than off front/rear bags.


I went cheaper and made a bipod with 2 fiberglass electric fence posts.
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#6531498 - 11/07/16 04:46 PM Re: tripod or bi pod recommendations please [Re: George - w/ Map My Ranch]
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I just bought the Primos Trigger Tripod and its awesome. Very sturdy and easy to use. I like to find a good spot to sit and glass and this thing is perfect for that.

I used a bipod before. It works great off the bench but where I hunt the grass is so tall. If I'm not sitting or standing sometimes I cannot see over the grass.
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#6531754 - 11/07/16 06:54 PM Re: tripod or bi pod recommendations please [Re: SniperRAB]
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Originally Posted By: SniperRAB
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This is your best for stand or stationary hunting.

Spot and stalk I would highly recommend the Bog Pod.
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