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BIPOD.

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by tx2stu, May 30, 2007.

  1. tx2stu

    tx2stu Member

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    can anyone tell me wot bipod i can get for my tx200 mk3 if i can get to fit on it at all bein an under leaver? thanks :confused:
     
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    i am not sure if bipods and springers go together well a one for andy
     
  3. tx2stu

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    whys that then andy ?
     
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    the recoiling action of the springer is affected when a bipod is fitted
     
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    springers dont like to be rested ,just a nice loose grip in your hands
    you must let it recoil, i would"nt bother with a bipod,your groups will be like dinner plates.;)
     
  6. tx2stu

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    its a shame but i guess ill have to forget about that then. bugger ;)
     

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