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Thread: New Generation Bipods

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    Here’s the pic .... well it would be but despite repeated attempts can’t get file to upload ? Anyone else having issues or is out our shite interweb connection?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chainsaw View Post
    Here’s the pic .... well it would be but despite repeated attempts can’t get file to upload ? Anyone else having issues or is out our shite interweb connection?
    I haven't been able to upload pics for a couple days either

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    Pablo gives zero fucks about cost. He gon' make it rain!
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    The Tier one tactical bipod is pretty good. Bit lighter than a Harris. They have a few mounting options when you buy them. There is one that will fit a sling stud. Takes a little longer to swap between rifles than a Harris but is a very solid bipod. Comes in alloy or carbon fibre with a few feet options. Quick quiet leg deployment, exceptionally well made. About twice the price of a Harris with padlock. Sold by Stager Sport in chch. The spartan Javelin I use a lot also and is very good.

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    Pretty hard to beat a notched leg Harris with podloc.
    Nice and easy to use for us agricultural type fellas.
    Got about 6 of the buggers and got them sussed to use quickly and quietly.
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    My harris must be 15years old with friction lock and never given any problems, I am going to buy another a some stage and will try the notched leg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cameronjackwhite View Post
    I haven't been able to upload pics for a couple days either
    same

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    Backlanz anyday. Great nz product by a couple of young roosters. Had a mean chat with them at the last sika show.
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