GUN Bipod: done.

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  1. SNDP

    SNDP New Member

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    That is all, nothing else to see here.

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    Dovetail adapter for my lyman globe sight. This barrel didn't come with any sight dovetails in the barrel.
     
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    Strangest bipod and barrel accessory I've ever seen on a 10/22
     
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    The bipod slips off the peg, and since the barrel is flaoted, doesn't touch it. I didn't want to have a cut put in the barrel for the globe, so got the adapter.
     
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    looks like your bipod and barrel are heavier than my entire suppressed 10/22 setup
     
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    Not framilar with that particular bipod set up but bipods that swivel freely side to side are popular. If your shooting prone off uneven ground where the rifle is slightly canted you can correct so the scope rectical is square with the target. Otherwise you could have a sighting error.

    I don't run this type a set up myself, I prefer a strait fixed bipod and I just do a better job choosing the spot I go prone.
     

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