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Mcmillan A5 stock and Fortmeier Tactical Bipod

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Hi Folks,

Has anyone put a Fortmeier Tactical Bipod on their Mcmillan A5 stock, reason why I ask is because I would need to have a spigot either drilled into the stock to fit the bipod or a rail screwed onto the stock which has a spigot attached, abit of an undertaking and a job for a proffesional as the stock is mint, the other option is an Atlas bipod. Reason for this is the rifle has a drone pro on and is very top heavy and been a couple of times when it has nearly toppled over, an expensive mistake if it comes off the roof a 4x4, the harris is not upto the job.

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The atlas will be just as stable or should that unstable as the Harris. 


I have a fortmeier on a Sako TRG. I have fitted an NVRS rail  so I can mount the fortmeier pendulum style. I would recommend you do the same. 


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Something like this can work. It uses the badger forward mounted NV rail.




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I have a phoenix bipod which is similar to the fortmeir on my sako trg.

I also bought the versa-pod swivel stud adapter so I can use it on all my other rifles that have a front stud. It works very well and is very stable. 

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