Re: Best Bipod
Use what you like, but if you are totalling opinions....I have never felt the need to put a Harris Bi-pod on any rifle I owned. If something is needed, there must be a ton of shooting sticks available that will do the job, or I have seen many homemade jobs that work quite well.
Something I saw some time ago, was a fiberglass stock with two holes drilled parallel to the barrel channel, with two round fiberglass legs that fit snug and flush, and yet could be withdrawn and inserted in two other recesses so that they flared out from the bottom of the stock and formed a neat and lightweight bi-pod. Excellent adaptability, clean lines, sturdy enough in a pinch, and no added weight. Wish I remembered who made that stock?
Good hunting. LB