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Unread 01-28-2010, 04:42 PM
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I ordered one of these for my prone shooting and have a question. I have a couple of rifles with oiled wood stocks. I know these are not supposed to scratch the stock when mounted. I am looking down at the mounting bracket on a brand new Harris bipod. there is a pad on the front side of the cutout for the mounting jaws, but, No Pad on the back have of the bracket. Please let me know if I am missing a pad. thanks rc
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    Unread 01-29-2010, 07:40 AM
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    Re: HARRIS BI-POD S-LM Question

    1. Nobody shoots a Harris Bipod?
    2. Nobody is worried about scratching their stocks from a Bipod Rub?
    3. Nobody ever looked at their Harris mount to see if/how it is padded?

    I will call Barlow, KY today and ask.

    What are you all using if you arn't shooting Harris? I Do use a hard mounted GGG on my black guns, but, I am planning to shoot the Harris on everythings else.

    Thanks for the great site. rc
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