2000 yard ELR match

Discussion in 'ELR, Ballistics & Bullets Board' started by Alex Wheeler, Dec 22, 2017.

  1. LA50SHOOTER

    LA50SHOOTER Gold $$ Contributor

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    I don't know about F-Class but there are some competition disciplines that specifically will not allow wheels on Bi-pods.

    -Ron-
     
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  2. seb

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    For 3-4 lbs the bipod can be as wild as a stallion, the important thing is it must provide (in reality) a better result than my current Joypod.
     
  3. LA50SHOOTER

    LA50SHOOTER Gold $$ Contributor

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    SEB,

    For ELR and the heavier rifles I see a need for a fixed type bi-pod with good mounting solutions that could be incorporated during the build process. Possibly for use on the McMillan ELR Beast or the L50 and or H50 style stocks. A "typical" ELR Bi-Pod gun can run up to 40 Lbs. complete and the bigger calibers do have some recoil and are on a longer "wheel-base" (up to 36-38" barrels). - I don't know if something like a bi-pod for these big prone shot rifles fits into your business strategy or not but I do believe that there is some demand.

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  4. Joe Salt

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    I guess no one will know until you try both ways, I though if anyone Seb could come up with something real fancy!

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  5. 50bmg1979

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    I think it will hold a 40 lbs rifle
     

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