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Bsa R10 Bipod

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by carl edwards, May 18, 2018.

  1. carl edwards

    carl edwards Big Poster

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    Which is best bi pod for r10 I have three that fit to sling stud they either foul the stock or cover the fill port what are people using on their r10s
     
  2. v1ktor

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    My adapter is an ebay jobby. There is a rubber pad between the adapter and the stock.

    The adapter fits forward of the stud and is well clear of the fill port.

    The bipod is an Atlas clone.
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    Hope this helps.
     
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    @v1ktor Do you have a link please?

    I’ve got a 6-9 bipod and the height adjuster bits are trying to mark the front of the stock
     
  4. carl edwards

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    Would it fit a normal style bipod
     
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    Farty Totty GURU

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    You can buy a bracket to go around the buddy bottle for the R10
     
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  8. carl edwards

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    Does it fit on sling stud
     
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    The atlas clones don’t - I had one on my old Impact and it fitted on the picatinny rail
     
  10. v1ktor

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    As mulletman has said - no.

    Some come with the QR, a necessity IMO, which allows for simple on/off fitting to the adapter.

    You can see from my pictures that the adapter fits to the stud and the bipod to the adapter.
     
  11. mikeyhall1

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    I've got the Bisley 6-9 on mine.

    It does cover the fill port but that's no hardship given that you'll only need refill it every 150 shots or so.

    I'm no fan of the cheapo pods on the net, I've found the Bisley one to be the cheapest/best. Debden and Harris are better but the price goes up.

    When tightening down on the sling stud, just keep an eye out especially on the rose wood end cap as it may make contact with the wood. Being laminate you'll get white blemishes if that happens which can be unsightly. As I did, if your feel that the pod will make contact with the wood add some sort of padding to separate it.

    As it goes, I've not had to do this with the Bisley pod but I had too on others.
     
  12. carl edwards

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    I did mikey had rubber pipe connector cut in to strips raised the pod a bit it hascslight Mark from previous owner who had bipod on ig
     
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    I've sent you a pm mikey
     
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    Got it mate
     
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    If your bipod covers the fill port on your R10 use a half round file to cut a notch in the rear of the bipod. this will allow you to access the fill port without any problems. I did this on both the R10's I have owned. I also used felt stick on pads from the pound shop to go between the bipod and the stock to prevent marking.
     
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    Are there any adapters you can buy that will move the stud fitting forward? My bipod blocks the fill port and the bits that adjust the leg length touch the front of the stock
     
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    I almost have the same picantiny rail on my Hw100 but it’s a bit longer so the whole of the atlas clamps to it. It is attached to the sling stud and is rock solid.
    I believe in buying quality as it’s usually false economy buying cheap crap but for me I’d make an exception on a his atlas clone .
    Not saying they’re all going to be good but some will be.
     

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