Shooting Sticks or BiPod?
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I've had issues where I couldn't get on target because the legs of the Bi Pod were getting hung up on rocks or limbs on the ground
Exactly, and has been my experience with bipods for predators. I love them for deer etc, but not predator work due to the reasons above. I use shooting stix for predators, but the ones I have (by PredatorStix(?) are no longer produced. Browning comes the closest to mine and comes in either collapsible or fixed leg. I like the fixed legs myself. On Browning's website, their Item # is 129360 for $39.00. Or just go the Varmint Al's website and make something similar to his. I find neither is perfect in all situations, but for me, the shooting stix come the closest. Good Luck in your decisionFrank
the bi pod is either set to high or to low.
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LoL! To funny, I like it...Can't hit a golf ball worth a damn anyway, so might as well use 'em for something.
For a cheaper mono pod go to a thrift store and buy a golf club (a driver is longest). Cut the head off, throw a little camo paint on and put some kind of end on it. A .38 or.357 empty hull works well if you don't need a sharp point. The leather handle makes a great rifle rest. If you like a longer one, get a ski pole and knock the basket off. 1.jpg 13.07KB 7 downloads 2.jpg 28.79KB 6 downloads
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