From what position do you take most of your shots at pronghorn in WY? I get that it depends on vegetation, topo, etc. The thing is that some bipods that are long enough to shoot from sitting, are too long in their shortest position to shoot prone on level ground. I've only hunted pronghorn once and I shot sitting, but I think it would be nice to shoot prone on longer shots, but sage brush I'm thinking likely won't allow this much of the time. What are your thoughts and what are your recommendations for bipod length? I'll be hunting WY 48 probably.