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AR-10 Accuracy Question

My son recently had a carbon fiber forearm put on his DPMS 24" SS AR-10 Bull Panther. The smith who installed the forearm put the sling swivel stud on the gas block.

With a bi-pod attached to the swivel under the gas block and shooting prone, how much effect do you think it will have on accuracy. I haven't shot it yet but my thoughts tell me it's going to play heck with the accuracy.

Any thoughts?
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    Unread 10-30-2007, 11:36 AM
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    it will make the gun alot more sensitive to how he sets the bi-pod up if he shoots it "loaded" then "unloaded" it will probably very alot.

    The carbon fiber tube are very strong and can easly handel a bipod , I'd relocate the stud to the tube
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