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What Bipod for 3 gun rifle?

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What is a good one to have for an AR 15?  Are there ones that can just attached and detach quickly if you need or don't need one on a stage? 

 

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i'm using the magpul bipod with a larue qd mount to a short rail section on my rifle's lower handguard and i'm liking it thus far. 

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i have and like the harris s-brm 6-9".  added a pod lok handle and an adm converter to attach to a rail for easy on/off.  keep in mind that most 3 gun matches don't allow bipods unless you shoot in open division.

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most any good ones will suffice if you ask me, i think the import piece would be to get a good QD like larue and go from there.

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It seems like most use a harris 6-9 or 9-13 depending on what fit their body the best. 

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Harris can be deployed the fastest.  For PRS, the Atlas PSR is the best, IMHO.

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I've used a ckye in a match. It worked well. Quick mounting and super versatile 

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Atlas with qd mount.

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a Harris 6-9 or a tip top pivot pan 6-9 would be ok- get a quick detach mount if you intend to take it off and put it back on repeatedly during a match. I like the tip top pivot pan for PRS when you are on uneven ground- easier to center the bubble on your rifle.

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Warne Skyline bipod with ARCA compatible head, and using an Area419 ARCALOCK rail on the bottom of my handguard. It was good enough to crush long range at the Vortex/ShootersSource match and is the same setup I'll use for the Vortex Extreme and PRS.

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