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Harris bipods with "spring powered retractable legs" are more difficult to fit, however we can fit instore for an additional $20 if needed. You can fit yourself but they can be very difficult to fit.
An important aspect of shooting a rifle off a bipod is maintanence of good shoulder to butt stock pressure. This is now made easy by using Pod-spikes in place of the rubber feet to dig into the ground & stop the rifle slipping forward
While there is some debate about whether to pull back, neutral or push forward on a rifle stock my experience has totally convinced me that foward pressure on the weapon & on the bipod is essential for good grouping & weapon control
The stainless bipod spikes are machined from true stainless steel while the alumimium are machined from high tensile aluminium & retained by a stainless steel screw. They are simple to fit to the legs simply remove the rubber pads, often easier to cut off with a sharp knife & punch the roll pin out & fit the pod-spike & do the screws up. You are then straight away ready to use your bipod in almost any situation no matter how hard the ground is or even on concrete the spikes will dig in. Obviously not too good for shooting off car bonnets!!
With Pod-spikes fitted & a Pod-loc in place the degree of control over the rifle is simply amazing. A mate of mine refers to my harris bipod as the bipod of death, as once on a varmint rifle, it allows you to shoot to ranges previously difficult on the standard rubber feet. Try it & see, I think you will be amazed at the difference. All our Gunworks customers that have had them fitted rave about them