Re: Shoot better with bipod or tri-pod?
I think both are equal if you get in possition with the Harris so the rear support is solid enough to keep the sight picture TOTALLY STILL, otherwise the BR rests are better for this reason.
You'd have to consider a table to get that setup high enough in alot of situations though so, it's fairly impractical for prone.
The Harris with a bag under the butt like the one Jerry uses will keep the rear stable and offer a steady hold.
Idealy, a bipod front "and" rear would offer no horizontal or vertical movement and be much better than anything else in the rear. I use a bag like Jerry and a bipod up front for total control of elevation. Both elbows are firm on the ground out to the side to control horizontal movement, the backpack or bag and the bipod do the rest quite well.
I find the bipod fast to deploy, and offers total stability up front, that leaves only one end close to the shooter to deal with.
The reason the BR rests are used is the same reason I'd use one if toting around a table to shoot from too... a better return to battery setup than a bipod and bag for multiple shots IMHO. [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]