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Advice Bipods

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by theber, Mar 16, 2009.

  1. theber

    theber Member

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    Dumfries and Galloway
    Evening Gents.

    Went out hunting for the first time today and bagged me a rabbit. First Blood! I went with a mate on his permission (1300 acres! And he lives on it. Jammy git) Anywho, he uses a bipod and has suggested I get one. However just a few questions.

    1) Can I fit one to a brocock hunter or will the lip at the end of the stock obstruct it. I know you can get the claw one that grips the barrel but I fancy something a bit more gucci.
    2) Is one that much use when hunting. I could see how it would be target shooting but I didnt really go prone that much.
    3) Is it going to be enough use to compensate for the difference in balance when shooting in a position other than prone.

    One more question, a little off topic but, I have been told I can get a multi shot conversion kit for the Brocock Hunter but can't seem to find one anywhere.

    Thanks guys

  2. Frenchie

    Frenchie Engaging Member

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    Bacup, Lancashire.
    This is an interesting post as I was going to ask near enough the same thing myself. While I can see great benefits of a bipod while in the prone position (Stability/Accuracy) is it really of much use to general "vermin shooters" like me who do most of their shooting in the standing position?
    Thoughts and replies would be most welcome gents!
    P.S. I am not trying to "hijack this thread" but it seems to be asking exactly the same as I was going to.
  3. a1gunner

    a1gunner Pro Poster

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    Well if its for static shooting IE verry little moving around just ambushing then get three lengths of wood a long screw and a hose pipe.

    Make an X with 2 of the wood (I used thick bamboo) and put the screw through it.

    Then attack the 3rd length of wood to the hose pipe and put the hose pipe onto the screw giving you a tripod.

    I have a Standing sized one and a kneeling sitting sized one.

    Easy to make a prone one too.

    I will post picture's
  4. Burntout

    Burntout Engaging Member

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    if you're shooting a springer then a fixed bipod will affect the "zero" of the rifle as it will recoil differently when prone, as opposed to when seated and not using the bipod.

    I opted for this for my HW97K as the gun essentially floats on it allowing adequate recoil whilst reducing movement hugely. I've had to trim the top off slightly so it's doesn't foul the barrel and have covered the underlever with tape tp protect it.

    if you're firing a PCP then there is no problem with one that clamps to either the sock or barrel rigidly and this is indeed my intent when I replace it with an S410 or so.

    I'll put some photos up tomorrow as I should be taking delivery of my new scope (Nikko Stirling Gameking 4-16 x 50 AO IR) tomorrow :up: - although I'm still waiting on a replacement trigger guard at the moment so shooting is still out at the moment :down:
  5. simply james

    simply james Banned

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    Cloud 9
    ive one on a gammo and it does shoot ok mate

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