Most guys aren’t always prepared to adjust their eyes for just a few minutes of reading. All this is necessary. It is guaranteed that when you do this you will learn more on how to properly manage your rifle and bipod. Consider yourself quite fortunate if you have not been caught red-handed in a shooting accident. Now is your opportunity to do things right for a change. Lives are at stake, so, just a few minutes of internet reading will not kill your time. It will certainly teach you how to remain responsible out on the shooting range and in the woods. It will help keep you and your pals safe too.
While other guys are talking about how to handle your rifles and pistols properly, we’re having a quick chat about those necessary bipods. Our brief five cents is based on expert tips for using your bipod the correct way. If this is your first time and you’re really not sure how to deploy your new bipod correctly then this lead-in note is for you. There is nothing to fear because the process of deploying your bipod and attaching it to your rifle is really quite simple. The world’s leading rifle and bipod manufacturers have deliberately tailored their engineering for guys like you.
This may be your first ever bipod tip. So enjoy your lesson. First things first; remove the sling swivel from your firearm. If your bipod also has a sling swivel then you simply remove it by pressing the one side in order to successfully unlock the retention pin. This allows you to remove it from the stud. After this process, you loosen the screw lying on the bottom of your bipod. This releases the bipod’s clamp tension. And after you have done that, you place the bipod clamp to the gun’s stud. Do make sure that the retention pins lying on the clamps interior is inserted into both sides of the hole.
This secures the clamp to the stud. You make sure this is happening by tightening the screw at the bottom of the bipod. Now, when this is done, you replace the sling swivel you removed in the beginning of your deployment process. The stud should be underneath the bipod. This will allow the rifle to do its work. And there you go. You are almost there. Ready, steady, aim, take your time, balance yourself well, focus, concentrate and fire, you’ve hit the target. But that comes later. You’ve still got hours of practice ahead of you if you are new to this.
Oh, one very important thing you need to make sure of while you’re loading your bipod onto your rifle. Sorry about that; our bad. How could we forget? You need to make sure that your gun is unloaded while you are attaching your bipod to it. Phew! That was close. But there you go; the installation process is really quite easy.