GUN help me install this bipod *pics*

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  1. Dsking85

    Dsking85 New Member

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    ok, i want to install this bipod onto my FF tube. i would rather avoid removing the FF tube b/c i don't want to have to worry about re-aligning the gas port and all that shit. the swivel stud would need to be about 2 inches in from the end of the tube, and a hole would need to be drilled. i would obviously have to shorten the swivel stud also. help me figure out the best way to install this without having to remove the tube. thanks!
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    take it to a gunsmith :mamoru:
     
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    i can't spend any more money on this project. must be done at home:wtc:
     
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    ok, nm! i just used a strap wrench and the handguard came right off and slipped right over the gas block without having to take it off! thanks anyway!
     
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    Platinum_Thunder Reliability for life and liberty

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    qft
     
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    qft again.
     
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    Just FYI, there is a pin in the barrel that engages a notch in the receiver. You can take the barrel off of the receiver and reinstall it without worrying about the gas port lining up.
     
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    i do believe hes got it!
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    carbon 15 :hay:
     
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    Clingman Clingman runs Bartertown.

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    Carbon 15 not found
     
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    looks like one :wtc:
     
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    the fact that the receiver isn't carbon fiber kinda gave it away for me :hsugh:
     
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    yyyyeeaaaa, no. what would even give you the impression that it's one?

    and i got it. already.
     
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    i'll outshoot your AK any day of the week:hsugh:
     
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    good for you.:rolleyes:

    no AK, no care.
     
  19. krott5333

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    I'll take you up on that..

    can we bury our guns in mud first :dunno:
     
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    I will take you up on that too. Put the targets behind a 6" tree and let's go at it :)
     
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    k. yours are durable and mine is accurate. let me know when that comes in handy at the shooting range.:mamoru:
     
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    i've shot my rifle at Camp Perry National Match. almost 1,000 round through it in a week without a single jam. AND it held zero perfectly at 600 yards.

    edit: actually, i can't recall a single time either of my AR15s have jammed.
     
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    umm, you don't think i shoot 600 yards with my AR15? it's common practice in the competitive shooting world, in fact i do it most weekends. i run wolf through my guns like there's no tomorrow also.

    and that's 600 yards with iron sights in the service rifle category.
     
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  24. krott5333

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    what do you mean "it held zero perfectly"

    what the fuck does that supposd to mean? the scope mounts were good?

    what kind of groups were you getting?
     
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    I don't doubt you were shooting at 600 yards. I know its pretty common. That would be like me bragging about shooting my CZ at 25 yards.

    Like I said, e-guns are always amazing in their reliability and accuracy.
     

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