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Old 10-26-2013, 5:17 PM
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Default Bipod alignment seems to be off..

I normally use bags when shooting, but recently picked up my first Harris Bipod (SBRM). I was wondering if it is normal to have the attachment plate (not sure what it is called, but the piece where the rifle stock mates with the bipod) to be welded a little off center from the rest of the bipod.

When the bipod is firmly attached with the legs folded up, both legs seem to be pointed in another direction compared to the barrel.

The inner OCD part of me is making me ask if this is normal, but if that is the way it is then so be it.
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