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      The best would be something like a Cowan front rest the corect front bag and rear bag.but youre talking $400 to $ 500. Next would be a caldwell rock front rest and correct bags $100 to $150. Next would be this https://www.amazon.com/Caldwell-Tac...1590061065&sprefix=Calwell+tac,aps,189&sr=8-1.

      Also if you put your bipod on a cushion, it helps a lot. Along with a good rear bag.

      The front rests ar heavy and a pia todrag to and from the range.

      They make attachments for sporter forends that fit into some front rests that make them act like true bench rest stocks , flat bottoms that let the gun slide back on recoil vs jump.
       
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      Let's see 'em!

      What bipod is it? What mount?

      fellas, I need ideas, I've never bought a bipod before and want to try one on my MTR. What are my best options?
      Imho, the MTR is a big heavy gun, so if was going to put a bipod on it, which i wouldnt, then id use an Atlas. The sling stud is removed and a bottom plate is atached to the gun and the Atlas to the plate. https://www.amazon.com/gp/slredirec...4769013&id=3068565228834111&widgetName=sp_atf

      You will notice there are quite a few variations, and inexpensive knock offs.

      If you get a light bipod the gun will hop, In that case i put a pad or cushion under the feet .

      Imho you are better off using a good front and rear bag. Or a good front rest with a slide plate on the stock and rear bag.

      Or be lazy like me, rests are heavy and take time to set up, and use one of these https://www.amazon.com/Caldwell-Tac...=1614769600&sprefix=Caldwell+t,aps,187&sr=8-1

      And a rear bag like https://www.amazon.com/Protektor-Mo...d=1614769647&sprefix=Rear+bag,aps,183&sr=8-13
       
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      In reviewing some images taken that day, one shooter who placed highly in each event was using one of these. Caldwell TackDriver Bag with Durable, One Piece Construction and Non-Marring Surface for Outdoor, Range, Shooting and Hunting https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000BY9G5K/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_YCVENC99PNSAKEB6ME1T

      I'm thinking that would help mitigate weight, allow more vertical elbow placement and tailor fore/aft balance.
       
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