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I was wondering what bi-pod and type of rear bag or set up to use ?
 
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I am going to try MOA gun .
 
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I use a striker with a 6-9 Harris notch leg and either a small homemade rear bag or a protekor sausage with the tie down ears cut off. I would think you could run the same on a MOA
 
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A lot of the shooters run the set up Sawcarver described, I use the same setup for hunting with my XP's also.

hunter class firing line


Iowa Fox's setup using a bipod and small rear bag, light gun class


bag setup for hunter class


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Thanks that is what I was going to try but didn't know . I think mine will have to be about 3 inches or so high . Thanks for the help ! Jason
 
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