- Does not fit SOCOM rifles
- Does not fit on NY compliant models of M1A rifles
I had to file the small lugs on the folding legs. They make contact with the barrel when folder back and there wasn't enough clearance to lock the legs back. A very nice bipod when fitted correctly.
Had to modify the clamping assembly . Was not machined properly, turned out great, but I should not have to modify a new part made for this rifle.
For any new buyers you need a 3/8ths wrench and it takes a bit of energy to turn the tightening screw. Love the product and it was pretty easy to install.
Took me a bit to install it, sometimes the arms would get stuck if it was to tight on there. Once I figured out the correct torque on it, everything worked as it should.
Worked for two days trying to get it to fit. Would not fully close and remained a missfit. Had to replace with a Harris. I'm out the price of the M-2
Does not fit NY compliant Battle Rifle as the front sight mounting block is pushed directly against the gas block. This create an area that is too wide for the outer grab-points on the bipod mounting base to secure onto. I called an they said.... our bad. I'm now going to cut the mounts and weld in additional material to get the additional width required to make it work. You would think that the company would offer this for specific State compliant models.
Beautiful, hard to argue design that goes back so many years.
Attaches easily,will make a very firm platform,always a treat using stock equipment