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only if cheek weld is suffering. if not they will be fine
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Looks o.k. to me, nice rig BTW. Thunbs Up
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Looks ok to me too.... very nice looking set up!!

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Thank You!  I will take more pictures with a real camera as soon as I decide if Im going to keep my Harris Bipod (no tilt capabilites) or buy one with it.

Looking at Caldwell or maybe spend a few more dollars and get the Harris.
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Get the harris
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+1 on the harris
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I know the bipod question should be in the other forum, but...

Which model should I look for, Prone shooting... more than likely no high grass, fairly level shooting point.

From what I read, I want the one the swivels and should get the podlock, but which one?  6-9 with the notched legs look good, but do I want higher?
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6-9 notched leggs, pivot head then get a arm adjuster for it. you will have 125 in it but it will rock. I'll PM you the info.
 
 
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6-9 or 9-13?  I do have a little extra muscle storage around the mid-section.
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Originally posted by NoahbodyImportant NoahbodyImportant wrote:

6-9 or 9-13?  I do have a little extra muscle storage around the mid-section.

6-9 off a bench.

Nice rig!
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It will be F-class prone shooting.
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