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    Hey guys,

    I have since realised how hard it is to keep the crosshairs on the target when shooting. I think a bipod could sort this problem out. Does any one know where I can get a reasonably priced one, or how i could make one?
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    Patrick Rimbault
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    These should be pretty cheap. They just clip on. I know Hatsan makes them.
    Saw some at Farm City, in Pta, but you 'should' be able to get them at a local shop near you.

    Can't be too expensive.
    Last edited by Swako; 17-04-10 at 11:00.
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    Side note: How is the Nikko Stirling Airking 2-7 x 32mm AO working for you?
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    Its great hey! The objective lens could be a bit bigger, but hey its a really good scope. one thing that annoys me though is the fast focus lens: it moves all the time.
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    Yeah I saw those from sharpedge.co.za they look okay. What about those ones you use when standing? Its not always nice to get down on your stomach on mud, sand and dewy grass. Btw I have seen some nice ones for paintball guns, but I asked if you could attach them to a air rifle. Will let you know when I get a response.
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    Don't use those plastic bipods. They are hardly worth propping a rifle up on because the slightest movement makes them fold under the rifle. Rather invest in a fixed bipod solution that won't drop your rifle on it's scope.
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    Okay knormoer, but how much will that cost, and where can I get one from?
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    Just get some bamboo and and make your own - standing, kneeling, prone - whatever height you wish:

    http://www.jesseshunting.com/article...gory14/57.html

    http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i3...90td/001-1.jpg
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    Snipers need to be able to make em in a few minutes.
    Last edited by Swako; 17-04-10 at 11:00.
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    Here's some sticks you can do in seconds!!!!

    http://www.airarmsownersclub.com/vie...php?f=2&t=6976
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    Your best option at a nice price would be the Tiberius bidop from The Paintballshop in Centurion. I put one on my old CZ200 ( sold ) It has a spring loaded hight adjuster and screws onto dove tail rail using one thumb screw. No tools needed. You have to drill 2 4mm holes into the stock though. To mount the rail. From here on its a simple quick release. You also have the choice of having the legs point forward or backward by simply putting it onto the rail front to back. Dont know how much they are now, but I paid R450 for the bipod and R150 for the rail. There are pics of it on the post when I sold the CZ. It was called " complete CZ200 FT package for sale." or something.
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    Bipod on a springer?

    Don't think you'll get my joy with one. As suggested, shooting sticks that you can rest your hand on would give you better accuracy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swako View Post
    Snipers need to be able to make em in a few minutes.

    .... even in the desert
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    Hey thanks guys! I think making my own one is better cause I can make it to suite my needs!
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