Don't have any solutions for ya but, I agree 100%. I bought one too and the stupid thing bounces all over the place. I took it off and now it just occupies space in my safe. :roll:atr said:I just finished drilling a hole in the Springfield Armory synthetic stock for the stud to attach the Harris bipod . I think mine extends from 9 to 13 inches . Don't really know why i drilled the hole for the stud as i've never had much luck shooting off a bipod .
I've tried it on many rifles in many positions with the same results . Vertical stringing . I've tried it on a bench , tried it prone and tried it on hard surfaces and padded surfaces . The results are always the same . Vertical stringing .
Shooting over everything from sandbags to rucksacks and it works out just fine .
Anyone else experience , bipod bounce and vertical stringing ? The hole is drilled so i'll install the stud but it's very unlikely i'll ever attach the bipod .