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    What do you guys use?
    Bipods? is it worth the cash?
    slings?
    Hard cases or Padded bags?
    anyting else like lasers/lamping kits?

    Just curious.
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    i've got bipod on the BAM, to be honest, i take more shots without it. it's handy when zeroing and it's great for keeping the rig off the ground like the mini bipod/rest on the EV.

    slings.......highly recommended, hands free, way easier to carry the rifle, help to steady the aim.......etc

    better safe than sorry, hard cases all the way.

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    i would put a sling pretty high on your list....i want to get a bipod and am told you can fit it to your slings swivil so no need to drill any extra holes.

    i think that a hard cases gives more protection but using a padded bag isnt too bad, a lot of guys just use a padded carry bag.....bipod is use full for putting it down while walking around an FT course, or waiting for some one to finish in the next lane
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    I use a crowm alu case .Best buy i have made to date .I wouldn't mind a sling too.
    <span class='smallblacktext'>[ Edited Wed Jun 22 2005, 08:16PM ]</span>
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    Bipod- Lot of cash that i will rather use on a scope.
    Sling- Must for hunting rig.
    Hard case- Well worth it
    Laser- on its way for my hunting rig
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    Hard case was top of my list.
    Followed up by a sling and swivels.
    Would like lots more accersories, but which one first!?!

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    After the weekend shoot I think apellet pouch is a good accessory to have.
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    Or just keep them in your mouth like gerrief. :P

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    No better lube than a bit of gob
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    Remember now, just a little gob - no greenies or anything. !amazed

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    Hi Guys

    New to the sport and enjoying every moment of it. Would any old rifle sling do? !dodge
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    i think so........
    fitting swivels/qd studs on the springer is the tricky part. you need a split barrel band stud to fit on the barrel or under lever, but not on shrouded barrel i suppose?
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    So what you are saying is I should hurry up and buy a PCP
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    Didn't Gerrief used to be Bok Droll Champion? maybe thats why he rolls Accupels around in his mouth. He..He!
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    do what you will.............. hehe
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