Its actually not mounted on the forearm. I'm working on a mounting system for it now. Flush cups interfering with the rail so till I figure out a better rail mounting set up, it's temporary. It's sitting on the bipod just for the picture. If I turn it around, it will not support the rifle due to the balance being off. I liked how you set your rail up for the LRA bipod you purchased. Gonna try and extend mine beyond the forearm a bit. Just need to think on it before drilling into a new McMillan stock. Without flush cup studs, kinda hard to mount any of my other bipods.