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I use a Harris BRSM bipod which is a 6-9" unit. If I need more elevation I use the Stoney Point shooting stix.

Both work well for prairie dogicide. Be sure to zero with the bipod in place as some rifles realise a change in POI with the bipod attached.

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Yeah, it sure is quite a bit pricier than a Harris bipod... :)

Just seemed like it might be a more portable alternative to a shooter's bench...guess I will stick with the bipods, though. I only have a few of the Harris fixed (6-9" BR); how is the swivel model? Does it make the gun any less steady when shooting?
 

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Prarie Dogs?

Got_The_Bug,

Where in NH are you going to shoot p-dogs? Heck, I can't even find a decent Wood Chuck population. I get sick reading about those guys and their P-Dog towns, Think we could import some? Start our own little shooting club.
 

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Oh, crap...if those aren't prairie dogs, then what am I shooting!?!? Prairie dogs make a mewing sound and like tuna, right? :D

Actually, I am going out to South Dakota at the end of June for a prairie dog shoot with other assorted family members. Should be fun...I did the same thing when I was 16...now I will be 31, and will be taking my 16 year old brother with me...
 
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