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Bi-pod for my S200

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by EX Mod Cog, May 14, 2008.

  1. EX Mod Cog

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    Looking at getting one, but I have a question ... which? Don't want to spend any more than about £60 if I can help it, so I was thinking JSR?

    Here's another question, could I mount it to the barrel or should I get someone at my gun shop to fix it into the wood?
     
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    I wouldn't mount a bipod to the barrell as it can cause the barrel to move and throw off your zero
     
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    I don't know how to go about mouting it to the stock, so shall I just get the shop to do this all for me or will I be ripped off?
     
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    it's easy all you need is a qd swivel you drill a small hole in the stock and screw it in
     
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    there are some bipods that screw into your stock too so when you do, make sure you remove your air cylinder or you will screw through that too!:D
     
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    Fair point :p what do you people think to the JSR Target Pro?
     
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    the JSR ones are fine if you dont want a tactical bipod.

    usless for hunting as i have heard they come lose and all sorts.
    fine for plinking

    when you drill it make sure the hole is a little smaller than the swivel and as pete said take the cilinder out.
     
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    Surely it would be easier just to remove the fore-stock, after all the S200 has that seperate from the butt and grip ;)
     
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    no just screw out the cylender.;)

    or do it your way as long as you can drill it in straight it doesnt matter:rolleyes:
     
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    before i forget put masking tape over the spot you are drilling it will protect the finnish around the hole.

    i didnt but got away with it:eek:
     
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    i didnt put any masking tape on my weihrauch and i got away with not making any marks or chipping the stock which was good, id recommened putting masking tape on:up:
     
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    if youre not care ful the drill can "run" away from you and dig up your stock.

    but you need to be an idiot for that to happen (this normally happens if the drill bit is spinning in the wrong direction):D
     

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