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Old 11-10-2021, 09:21 PM
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Anyone use a Sinclair F Class bipod?
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Old 11-13-2021, 09:05 AM
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Sometimes on my pistol


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I bought one when they were on sale a couple of years ago. I really like it. Light, rigid. In larger calibers you may want a towel under it to control bounce if you shoot off a hard surface. I find it easier to adjust for cant (each leg) than my Caldwell, which adjusts at the pivot point.
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I have one and am waiting for them to come back in stock to buy another. I have to keep switching it back and forth between different guns. They’re popular in ARA.

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Old 11-15-2021, 08:45 PM
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I have one

I have one that I use on 3 rifles, the [email protected], one of my Winchester 52D, and my Savage Model 12. I like the convenience, a lot lighter than both my front rests, and may be just as accurate. Am still trying to decide if I give up any accuracy using it. Don't have a photo of the Savage or the CZ dressed up with it, but here is the 52D.



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Old 12-01-2021, 09:36 AM
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Sinclair

I really like the flat older style
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For all of you that have the Sinclair F-Class bipod, this is inexpensive quick fix for its vertical flex.


Hit your hardware store for a 1/4 inch all thread rod and run it between the legs of the Sinclair.

You'll need 4 nuts and 4 washers.
If your store is a true hardware store you may be able to find the square nuts I used on mine, but they are not necessary, just so cool.
Caution: The square nuts make it a bit of a challenge to tighten it up.


Every single person using a Sinclair at our monthly USBR match has made this upgrade.
Will it make a difference for you, who knows, but you'll feel better about your bi-pod which in many cases will result in improved performance.

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I have a couple bipods very similiar to the Sinclair but prefer the Henry Rempel over all of them.

All are a big improvement over the Harris style for longrange or precision style matches.

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Any one use the Dixie Precision Rifles feet on their Sinclar bipod?
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