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Are they a departure from the scars intent?

If you like'em do you like the fore grip ones or atlas/ Harris?


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Atlas. :?
 
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Are they a departure from the scars intent?

If you like'em do you like the fore grip ones or atlas/ Harris?
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They are great for zeroing in your optics, the shooting bags tend to interfere with the magazine for me. I always have a bipod in my hunting bag, in case it's needed. I have never used the grip pods
 

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I run a grip pod on my SCAR 17s and am happy with it.

It's a bit bigger than a standard grip and it's not as good a bipod as an atlas or a Harris (I run a Harris on my A5m).

what it is... Is a good compromise for a high end battle rifle / dmr setup. I am a big fan of vertical grips and run them on any carbine.

if you're primarily a bench shooter then get a bipod. But for a battle rifle a grip pod is a solid option - works good but not great for both a grip and a basic bipod.
 

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They are great for zeroing in your optics, the shooting bags tend to interfere with the magazine for me. I always have a bipod in my hunting bag, in case it's needed. I have never used the grip pods
Ditto, and I love the Atlas. I picked one up from Stryker a while back for a helluva good deal!
 
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Atlas works well if you don't mind the weight.
 

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I am using an atlas w/ qd mount off an old rifle. If I don't want the bipod on that day I can take it off. I have a feeling it's going to stay on more than not once my extended rail comes in the mail. I had a grip pod on another rifle but didn't like the length. It's all trial and error. Buy it, try it & sell it for the next until you find something that works for you. I Set it up so makes me smile, but I'm just having fun with it at the range and woods.
 

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Atlas all day. My problem is that the effing weeds and underbrush is to high here, and the terrain relatively flat. Unless I luck out and find a clear spot on the side of a modest hill, then I'm looking at weeds if I prone out on a bipod. Shooting sticks and taking a knee are usually what I have to do.
 

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I read on the FN website page for the Scar that says there is a bipod available. There are no links or pics of the bipod except one mounted on the ssr version. Anyone know anything about that or where to get one? Is that just for the ssr?
 
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