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Bipod on a sloping surface

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Unread 03-15-2007, 07:24 AM
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Re: Bipod on a sloping surface

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How much horizontal spread are you talking about?

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About 1.2 inches horizontal . Under half inch vertical . Tried seating depths and various powders . Trying primer change next . Starting to wonder about the scope as it is new and an unknown quantity .
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    I use the US Optics level. IMHO the best there is
    http://www.usoptics.org/acc.php?type...nt%20Indicator
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    Re: Bipod on a sloping surface

    I don't like the USO versions(I have a few). The housing covers up too much of what I'm trying to see -a centered bubble! Too dark for me
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