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1in8twist

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  1. I bought one of these recoil triggers from Germany. The guy is make copies or the original from USA with the owners permission. I found out about them on Facebook Labrador owners group. Delivery was 4 days and in total cost around 45 euros. Here's the link to the post https://www.facebook.com/groups/2121379321415302/permalink/2617353658484530/ Unfortunately I have not been able to test it yet due to the shooting restrictions. But all the feedback I've found has been superb.
  2. Yes definitely adds something to the Fortmeier bipod. I already had this version of the bipod and couldn't justify buying the newer version. Especially when it takes 2 minutes to swap the feet and end up with the same results. 🙂
  3. Yes I changed them. So I can load up the bipod.
  4. Yes thats the retaining hole for a roll pin. They're definitely different.
  5. Heres it fitted to the rifle https://photos.app.goo.gl/QNEt5uRbDEPeiE8LA
  6. Thats how it came. Does yours have the hole at the top of the bipod. The first pic looks like it doesn't. I modified mine to be adjustable without tools. https://photos.app.goo.gl/4cbbZkTmgru6yaE28
  7. https://photos.app.goo.gl/yhGMMSNwnHyk9xmC6 Try this one 😆
  8. hope this link works https://photos.app.goo.gl/8LfKj4uTamyhnHJP9
  9. Thanks for the pics. Your bipod is a slightly different design. My one allows the lever to be mounted top or bottom.
  10. Remove the spigot from the bipod. You will see a cap screw in the spigot. Remove this cap screw and refit in the opposite side. Ie 180 degrees from where it was. The spigot is now configured to be fitted to the top of your rifle at the 12 o'clock position. I can take a pic if it will help.
  11. I've been looking at these. SIG Kilo 3000 BDX 10x42 Laser Rangefinding Ballistic Binoculars They seem to be getting fantastic reviews in the USA. With the added benefit of having the ballistic calculator on board.
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