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Bi-pod

Discussion in 'Northwest Hunting' started by Vaultman, Nov 12, 2012.

  1. Vaultman

    Vaultman Clackamas Co, Oregon Well-Known Member

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    How many people on here hunt with a bi-pod attached to their rifle?
     
  2. Angler

    Angler North Bend, OR Active Member

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    I do for varmints.
     
  3. coyote223

    coyote223 NW Oregon Stamp Collector,,,

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    On the westside, I've found shooting sticks much more valuable than a bi-pod.
     
  4. BigBull 301

    BigBull 301 PDX almost Well-Known Member

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    I do now, never use to.
     
  5. Vaultman

    Vaultman Clackamas Co, Oregon Well-Known Member

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    I bought shooting sticks (of the Primos brand) and wish I would have bought a attached bipod instead. I never hunted off a bipod until this year, and it did the trick. For sure.
     
  6. Grommit327

    Grommit327 Buckley Active Member

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    I could see a bipod coming in handy for open land and long shots where you have time to set up. For beating the brush it's just extra weight. Just grab a tree or use your pack if you have time to go prone