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Thread: Savage Axis 270 Win. & Savage Mark II 22LR side by side

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    Savage Axis 270 Win. & Savage Mark II 22LR side by side


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    The Bipod on your Axis looks like it's on backwards... My Harris 6-9 the legs fold forward towards the muzzle of the rifle. When you load the bi-pod when shooting, the legs will collapse on you, additionally, the Pod lock should be facing towards the rear of the gun, so you can reach up and loosen or tighten it without having to break your cheek weld.

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    Thanks, going to swap it right now, before I forget, THANKS!

    That makes sense!

    What do you recommend the first eye bolt or the second?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1bdvet View Post
    What do you recommend the first eye bolt or the second?
    Not sure what you are asking here? I like your thumhole stock though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SageRat Shooter View Post
    Not sure what you are asking here? I like your thumhole stock though.

    The Bipod, swapped it, thanks for the tip!

    Just replaced the picture with it in the proper position!

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    Bipond would go on the front stud and then you can use the second stud to attach a sling if you want.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J.Baker View Post
    Bipond would go on the front stud and then you can use the second stud to attach a sling if you want.

    Thank you, that's what I thought!

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