Re: Tips when shooting off a bipod???
It really helps if you have a packpack/clothing item to use as a rear "sandbag". If you are lucky to be hunting/shooting somewhere with low obstructions, you can use a short bipod and accuracy won't suffer horribly from bench (IMO). If you're like me and have to shoot over grass and such, you have to go with something taller like my Harris 25(C?). It's a LITTLE too tall for ideal prone shooting, but not awful.
I like to push the gun into this bipod a little bit. This automatically pushes the gun into my shoulder, and makes me shoot a lot better. I'm actually as good off the bipod as the bench (ok so my bench skills aren't perfect!).