The Remington 700 SPS, or special-purpose synthetic, is a tactical-styled bolt-action rifle. The rifle comes chambered in most popular hunting and long-range shooting calibres, such as the .308 Winchester, .300 Winchester Magnum and .30-06. The use of these rifles in long-range shooting situations is made easier with the installation of a bipod. The bipod allows the shooter to lie down in the prone position to make a steady, accurate shot. Since the Remington 700 SPS comes with a front sling swivel attachment, installing a bipod is easy.
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Things you need
- Harris bipod
Retract the bolt and unload the rifle. Make sure there are no live rounds in magazine or in the chamber.
Turn the rifle upside down and place the Harris bipod's attachment point over the rifle's sling swivel stud. Make sure the legs of the bipod, when folded, are pointing forward.
Squeeze the two ends of the bipod's attachment jaws so they slide into the sling swivel stud holes.
Tighten the knurled set screw until it is finger tight.
Extend the bipod's spring-loaded legs. The bipod is ready to use.
Tips and warnings
- Bipods are available in various leg heights and adjustment ranges, depending on the terrain and the distance you will be shooting
- Never install a bipod on a rifle if the bipod legs will extend past the muzzle.
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