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ROGUETACTICAL
04-27-2010, 8:45 PM
Which Harris Bipod should I get for my LR-308 I'm building????

pontiacpratt
04-27-2010, 8:57 PM
The benchrest one is definitely to short for prone shooting so... choose based on you use

Pthfndr
04-27-2010, 9:31 PM
6"-9" BRMS and get a Podlock also.

Teletiger7
04-27-2010, 9:31 PM
6"-9" BRMS and get a Podlock also.

^^ he knows what he's talking about.

Sicarius
04-27-2010, 11:06 PM
GG&G might be a better option IMO... Harris is not bad but there are better ones out there especially when you add up the cost of the quick detach and rail adapters...
Kevin

shark92651
04-28-2010, 6:41 AM
this: http://riflegear.com/p-79-harris-bipod-model-s-brm-6-9-swivel-mount-with-leg-notches.aspx
plus this: http://riflegear.com/p-671-riflegear-swivel-bipod-lock.aspx

if you need a simple rail mount: http://riflegear.com/p-234-yankee-hill-bipod-adapter.aspx
if you want a quick detach: http://riflegear.com/p-431-american-defense-bipod-mount-ad-bp.aspx

ar15barrels
04-28-2010, 8:23 AM
The specific Harris model is the S-BRM.
Triad usually has them for a good price.

http://www.triadtactical.com/Harris-Bi-pod-6-9-Swivel-Notched-leg.html

Get a pod loc while you are at it too.

http://www.triadtactical.com/Pod-Loc.html

rchman
04-28-2010, 9:50 AM
GG&G might be a better option IMO... Harris is not bad but there are better ones out there especially when you add up the cost of the quick detach and rail adapters...
Kevin

I second that. Everything about the GG&G bipod is top notch and well justifies the price. I have to use an allen wrench to prevent the locking nut on the Harris from backing out after a handful of shots. GG&G stays on rock solid just thumb tightened.

I cringed at the price when I first purchased it, but in the end, it was hands down better than the Harris. The no spring design is also a big plus in my mind.

ar15barrels
04-28-2010, 9:52 AM
Notched legs are where it's at.
Any bipod with a friction lock leg is going to be slower to adjust than notched legs.

Friction lock legs take two hands.
Notched legs can be adjusted with one hand.

Richie Caketown
04-28-2010, 9:53 AM
+1 on the GG&G if you have the money

ROGUETACTICAL
04-28-2010, 4:41 PM
I think I will go with the Harris, I own my own business www.ROGUETACTICAL.COM, so I get things at a good price, I haven't advertised on here yet, but if anyone needs anything I can get you a good price. Thanks for all the help on this one guys.

darkjedi351
05-06-2010, 10:11 PM
I think I will go with the Harris, I own my own business www.ROGUETACTICAL.COM, so I get things at a good price, I haven't advertised on here yet, but if anyone needs anything I can get you a good price. Thanks for all the help on this one guys.

Now you'll have to start stocking harris bipods, pod-locks and the claw feet for them. good luck with the business!