Harris style bipod Installation Method

Equipped with the bipod, you’ll be able to hold the gun in a stable manner when shooting prone.

It is easier and more stable than supporting the gun with your arm, and is especially effective when you are wary of a certain direction for a long period of time.

It is a recommended part for light machine guns such as heavy minimi and sniper rifles that are often operated without moving too much.

It also has the advantage of being able to safely place the gun in survival games. Many fields have gun racks, but if you own a lot of guns or have a lot of game participants, you may not be able to put them in the gun rack.

At that time, if you have a bipod, you can place the gun stably on the ground.

Many bipods do not have instructions, so we will explain the main installation methods.

Below is the Harris style installation method, it also works with other Harris style bipods like Caldwell, Remington, Buffalo River, Champion, Bipodfactory etc.

(1) For Harris Bipod
The most orthodox is the Harris-style bipod.

The driver is pointing at the swivel stud grab.

With the grip attached to this bipod, grasp the protrusion called the stud attached to the main body and tighten the screw to fix it.

The procedure is …

First, check the swivel stud on the underside of the stock of the main body.

This protrusion is the swivel stud.

The one in this photo is Tokyo Marui’s VSR-10 Pro Sniper.

Originally, this swivel stud is for attaching a swivel (where the sling is applied).

Some of them are equipped with swivel studs from the beginning, but if you don’t have them, you can’t install the Harris type bipod unless you make a hole in the stock and install the swivel studs.

Also, as shown in this photo, some swivels are equipped from the beginning, such as Tokyo Marui’s VSR-10 G spec.

In this case, remove the swivel and leave only the studs.

If you want to equip this swivel after installing the bipod, there is a hole on the opposite side of the stud grip of the bipod, so use it to equip the swivel.

As shown in the photo, first fix the bipod stud grip by clamping it between the left and right holes of the stud.
Next, turn the stud grip pull fixing screw to the right with the finger, By tightening the screw, the bipot is fixed to the gun body in this way.
The legs of the bipod are usually equipped as a front fold.
Sniper rifles fold the legs of the bipod forward, but LMGs etc. may fold back.

(2) Install a Harris rifle bipod with 20mm rail

Use a bipod with a 20mm rail attachment as shown in the picture.

If it is not equipped, attach the attachment.

First attach the attachment using the attachment studs with the bipod stud grab.

As shown in the picture, clamp the attachment stud with the grip of the bipod and tighten the screws to fix it.
By turning the stud fixing screw of the bipod to the right in this way, the attachment can be firmly attached.

Align the 20mm rail adapter attachment with the rail of the Rail handguard, and tighten the fixing screw of the attachment to fix it.

I just attached a bipod to the Tokyo Marui rifle

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