nice, monte carlo stock, with a pistol grip and you mounted a rear sight scope. did you have a gunsmith do it or yourself?
now the bipod wont add much to your accuracy and with the pistol grip i would suggest a longer legged bipod than the one i have one mine, so you get good clearance on the grip. mine is mainly because i needed stability when shooting 300 and 400 yards on irons, my breathing kept making my groups not as tight. but i do recommend ncstar bipods as mine was tested and has taken 100 rounds with minimal loosening, and its a quick flick of the fingers to tighten back up.
now if you only have the one stud at front you could get a rail adapter and add a pin + bipod that way
Last edited by Duzell; January 15, 2013 at 12:38 PM.