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Thread: Neo bipod any good for the price?

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    Neo bipod any good for the price?

    $600 for a plastic fantastic bipod, or am I better shooting off my pack?

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    They have a free moving cant which I thought was very average. Sold my one and bought a Javelin bipod (also very light) with the gunsmith fitted adapter. I'm very happy with the Javelin. I'd sooner shoot off my pack than use the neopod.
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    Yup I've already got a javelin. Nice but thinking of selling it . Usually shoot of my pack but the Neo caught my eye.

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    Shit these are some expensive Bipods! I thought the Atlas was expensive.
    I'd go with a pack and/or a shooting sling and keep a Harris in my pack for any long range shots.
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    My budget has gone from a bushbuck to a Harris... Doubt it will go any higher
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beetroot View Post
    Shit these are some expensive Bipods! I thought the Atlas was expensive.
    I'd go with a pack and/or a shooting sling and keep a Harris in my pack for any long range shots.
    Sound advice.
    I was hoping someone was going to talk me out of it. I'm happy off the pack out to 600m and haven't missed a deer yet using one.
    But have using the Javelin as it moved the point of impact slightly.

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    don't know why you'd fuck around with any thing but a harris with notch leg and pod lock.
    I suppose because you can.
    I have 4 harris bipod as saves swapping them around except need more than four to avoid having to swap

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    Harris are The Standard. Got a Harris notch leg on my dedicated long range 300WM. Tried it on my blaser But it's a PIA when out in the bush.

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    Atlas quick to attach not light but awesome

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    Just got a neopod and yet to use in the field. Hardly notice the weight of it, quick detach and the speed of using the legs is good. Only thing I don't like is the play in the cant. Definitely think the Harris will be thrown to the back burner now though.

 

 

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