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Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by gunnery, Feb 17, 2018.

  1. gunnery

    gunnery Engaging Member

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    Hi looking to see what you lot use as regards bi-pods my harris type i keep having to remove to fill up with air is there any other kind where you can leave it attached to swivel and fill up thanks
     
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    Have a look at the Vanguard Equilzer Bipods, not the cheapest, but excellent quality and doesn’t block or get in the way of the fill port at all :up:
     
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    Think you'll just have to live with that one unless you want to fit some kind of picitiny/wever type rail then having that type fit bipod. I looked at drilling mine but then probe won't be long enough to charge the rifle.
     
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    thanks AJ i will check that out
     
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    Agree with this one!
     
  6. Rob-ontarget

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    I use a dr bobs bottle mount.. Not my rifle in the pic, mines mounted closer to the stock but the same thing..

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  7. gunnery

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    good idea Rob
     
  8. gunnery

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    Vanguard looking good Uttings £99 dont know if there cheaper else where keep looking
     
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    TrickyDicky Life in the slow lane

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    You can getaway without having to remove the pod if you use a non-tilt. You simply grind/file clearance from the pod
     
  12. gunnery

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    Hi yes i have already done that but prefer one fitted with a tilt but thanks for heads up on that
     
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    mikeyhall1 2018 & 2019 Forum Nice Guy

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    Oh I like that! No chance of accidentally knocking the stock either
     
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    littleJon365 Democracy unless they disagree

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    I used a Dr Bob when I had my AirRanger. They are good and doesn’t interfere with the stock.
     
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    mine with Dr Bobs bottle mount
     

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    Dr,Bobs i will have a look at that thanks
     
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    I do a similar thing but use breakaway casters. Having the bipod further forward makes it much more stable
     
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    Hi AJS what are breakaway castors thanks
     
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    TrickyDicky Life in the slow lane

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    Not quite sure what you mean by tilt? this is how mine looks, it works fine and has no limitations, but does touch my hamster, but its not a problem to me, and you can freely pivot if you keep the centre screw untightened.

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