Does the kit come with standard or aluminum spiked feet? Trying to decide if ordering the kit or piece by piece is the best route. Thanks!
In real mountainous terrain the 10-14 is nice I have one of those in stock if you want to got that route PM me.
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Ok thanks. Trying to make up my mind what I want. Actually wanting to order 2. One for my dad as well. Double duty rifles with hunting being #1. Mainly eastern oregon mtns with some out of state.
EDaniel is working all day today, but the answer is yes. We just got a shipment in and he will put them in the store as soon as he has time.
excelent Thank YouDaniel is working all day today, but the answer is yes. We just got a shipment in and he will put them in the store as soon as he has time.
Nevermind, just saw in the thread on how to install the rail for the bipod that he’s stopped filling orders...
Have you guys made any more progress on the bipod testing?
It sure looks like quality but unfortunately the price is too much for me. Even the ME and Atlas are kind of out of my realm but I can appreciate the tight tolerances and would go that high for that. ThanksDaniel and I are both running one of the Cadex models now. We will eventually put a review together. It is a great bipod if you are good with the price. The machining is top notch and it is a very very quality piece
It sure looks like quality but unfortunately the price is too much for me. Even the ME and Atlas are kind of out of my realm but I can appreciate the tight tolerances and would go that high for that. Thanks
I have one was hoping to get a 2nd with longer legs
Feeling a little stupid right now....I have been trying to adjust the mod evo in the same way as the Atlas. That just can't be done. I took a couple videos showing the difficulty in deploying the legs of the evo in comparison to the atlas. Then I realized I was being stupid and not really using the mod evo in the intended way. Tried again and.... it works. Amazing. Thanks for guiding me through what should be a simple and self explanatory process Jeff. I'll wear the dunce cap for a day lolI have heard this complaint before and personally think there is more to it. I don't have the issue as all I do is rock the rifle away from the leg I am adjusting until the leg is off the ground. Then lift the lock ring and the leg shoots out. then repeat on the other side. All done one handed prone. Might be because I am use to it?? The other part to at least consider is what part of the leg you want on top. I prefer to have the heavy larger part of the leg on top as I feel it is more stable that was. Might not hold water but I still think the EVO's are more stable than an Atlas especially when extended and for and aft movement is measured. But in the end they will both get it done if you know how to run them to maximize stability.