I have been getting accustom to my new barrel and the addition of an Atlas Bipod. Any one using a sling to pull in the gun into there shoulder and limit hop? I have been having problems with my groups opening up when shooting prone with my bipod. I am shooting a Savage 7mm wsm with a pac-nor brake (which I think it barely reducing any recoil) and it lies in a XLR element with a Nightforce 5-15x scope. My Altas has talon feet. So today I added a sling from the top of the bipod to loop around my support hand forearm. I am shooting with support hand working rear bag and when I reach back for the bag I have the sling adjust to pull gun into my shoulder. I am shooting off of dirt and really dig the feet in. My groups before the addition of a sling were 1.25 to 1.5". My load has shown consistantly to be under 1 MOA and normally down to .4 MOA off of Bald eagle rest. Lots of practice and I still could not get it any tighter and my reloads are not that cheap to do. With the sling added, I shot at 150 YD on some BLM land (range was being cleaned or something). Results were horizontally a 5 shot group was .5 MOA and vertically 1 MOA. I believe vertical was my cheek weld. I should have adjust the legs a little higher to be a little more comfortable. Curious if anyone is doing this or has any setups for this? LaRue sells a sling but I do not like how it is around your chest. Currently, I am just 1" tubular webbing for climbing for the sling.