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Anyone modify the length of the primos gen 2 bipod sticks?

October 8 2017 at 5:44 PM
Josh3rd  (Login josh3rd)
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I have a gen2 primos bipod and when deployed for HFT, they are too wide and slide on the terrain because of the wide stance.

I am wondering if anyone has tried successfully to shorten the length to primos gen 1 short bipod sticks...

Thank you


    
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Josh3rd
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Measurements

October 9 2017, 8:48 AM 

Collapsed it measures 40 or 42 inches from floor to bottom of the vee yolk. Fully extended it measures 65 inches from floor to bottom of the vee yolk

 
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Don Armstrong
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To late now but if you buy the short one, it is easy to

October 9 2017, 9:48 AM 

add some 3/4" PVC pipe and some rubber chair protectors. I think it was Scott (motorhead) that came up with this. I have one made up for hunter class FT and it works great. Don

 
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Josh3rd
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Darn Tom, the shorties were expensive. Nt

October 9 2017, 8:46 PM 


 
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LD
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spend less

October 10 2017, 11:25 PM 

Get less

 
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Frank in Fairfield
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Gen 2 PRIMOS

October 9 2017, 9:58 AM 

There is a post (on the GTA I think) where you can clamp a collar on the very top of your legs so they do not splay out when in use. The Gen I had the stop built into them and that is why they are considered the best.

I have a set of Gen 2 (I use my Gen I (I bought the last two sets available anywhere.)) that are just about the right height but the legs splay out.

When I started in FT I made a set of sticks and they work find.

When I bought the Gen II (extra Cabela's points) I adjusted the legs to match the height of the Gen II to the same as the legs I made.

Then I connected the legs with a length of chain (hose clamps) so the legs could not splay outwards.

I have complained to PRIMOS about the Gen II (I do not think the Gen III corrected this problem) and suggested they make a short run of Gen I sticks and advertise them on the airgun forums.

They will sell out immediately, IMHO

 
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Don Armstrong
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+1 on the gen one. great sticks.NT

October 9 2017, 10:09 AM 


 
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Josh3rd
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Even if i tie them

October 9 2017, 8:48 PM 

They still seem too wide and unstable.

 
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