Bipod

Mcarso1

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Looking for a good all around bipod for my ridgeline, 6.5x284. This is my first long range gun and never had a bipod on any others so pretty inexperienced so all good advice appreciated. Cost is not an issue as long as I am getting my money worth. Lol
 

JIsbell40

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Looking for a good all around bipod for my ridgeline, 6.5x284. This is my first long range gun and never had a bipod on any others so pretty inexperienced so all good advice appreciated. Cost is not an issue as long as I am getting my money worth. Lol
I have had great luck with all my Harris bipods. On a bench I like the 6-9" but for field use I always take a 9-13".
 

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Atlas, and look at the review that Andy Backus just did on them on the long range hunting YouTube channel
 

brentc

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For your rifle I'd look hard at the Spartan Javelin. It's a pretty sweet setup. I've also used and like the evolution bipod and the first generation atlas.
 

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A little dependent on how you will use it. Sinclair has some good ones-their F-class works well.

I just bought the Modular Evolutions, haven't used it yet, but it's impressive to handle, very solid.
 

Idaho5r

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Many options out there these days . Just a "heads-up" IF you decide on a Harris, just make sure you get the swivel model. All my Harris' are swivel models, with the "Pod-Loc" feature. Idaho-5R
 

Backcountry_IDN

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Definitely depends on your budget. When I was new to the game, I went with some cheap bipod. I think it were a firefield (I know...LOL).

I would love an atlas or Javelin. But, I just cant afford it unfortunately. I use Harris. They are nice and durable...But heavy. If you have the money, step it to the atlas. If you are like me go harris.
 

BJH

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I have used different Harris bipod for years without issue. They seem to be great for the price. I just finished up a new rifle build and spared no expense so I figured I would do the same with a bipod for it. After months of research I started to notice that everything is compared to Atlas (kind of like buying binoculars and everything is trying to catch Swarovski). So I ordered the Atlas and just received it this week. Seems pretty impressive to this point. Have not had a chance to use it yet though.
 

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