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#3237450 - 03/09/20 12:50 PM Re: preferred bipod or shooting stick setup and why [Re: rfurman24]
Decoyed Offline
New Member

Registered: 01/20/20
Posts: 23
Loc: Minnesota
I use the tall Harris bipod. Tried shooting sticks but never felt as steady on them. My hunts are all sitting and if I have a very long shot I just role to prone to be super steady. Warning I've tried the knock off Harris bipods and they do not last. The metal is thinner and bends. In bipods Harris is the best I've tried. Not saying their perfect but good quality.

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#3239104 - 03/22/20 11:49 AM Re: preferred bipod or shooting stick setup and why [Re: rfurman24]
Utahcaller Offline
Die Hard Member

Registered: 04/06/05
Posts: 577
Loc: UT
Verne Howe’s Shooting Sticks have worked the best for me. I’ve been using them for 15+ years and have zero complaints. Very versatile and light weight.... They have been a very sturdy rest for called Coyotes out to 300-400 yards....

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#3239106 - 03/22/20 11:59 AM Re: preferred bipod or shooting stick setup and why [Re: 204 AR]
Smokin Pole Offline
Junior Member

Registered: 02/22/13
Posts: 38
Loc: Colorado
I agree with AR 204. Shooting sticks are more adaptable, quickly, in the field.
Conditions always change and shooting stick are quickly adjustable. Many brands
are available, but, I make my own.

NRA Benefactor

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#3239193 - 03/22/20 09:38 PM Re: preferred bipod or shooting stick setup and why [Re: rfurman24]
Matt1953 Offline
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Registered: 11/28/09
Posts: 1288
Loc: Alamogordo, New Mexico
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#3239328 - 03/24/20 11:27 AM Re: preferred bipod or shooting stick setup and why [Re: rfurman24]
tawnoper Offline
Die Hard Member

Registered: 02/24/03
Posts: 584
Loc: West coast
Don't like anything attached to my rifle because they usually end up dragging through a sage bush. Shooting sticks. A couple 3/8 dowels tied together with a bootlace has served me well for many years.

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