I picked up a Harris swivel model and added a Alpa Bravo lever to it. Midway had a sale recently and I was able to get the pair for $115. I've attatched it to my rifle using a GG&G bipod adapter. Works well but I'll probably opt for an Atlas at some point.
I used to have a grip pod on my 17s. It was ok for the most part. I now run an atlas bipod and will be picking a magpul afg to go with it. You really can't go wrong with the atlas bipod. Plus a forum sponsor has been giving a nice discount on them to forum members.look for stryker enterprises in the sponsor section. You may have to get on the waiting list but it is worth it for such a solid piece of equipment.
I do not like Harris - many do, but it is just my opinion. I have been using GG&G Heavy and Light Bipods, I like them. But, to be honest, I am thinking Atlas will be my next purchase, it looks like it may integrate a little better. Atlas sure is proud of their product, price wise, but so is FN...
In the case of FN, I feel it is worth it. In the case of Atlas, I simply do not know yet...
I have a Harris on my M-24,and it's been a solid performer for over 20 years.
I just got a 17S, and I'm looking at a GRIPOD
Harris for me, everything I own including my tac338 I use for 2500yard shots. One thing, most think I'm an idiot as I keep mine reversed. Legs point to me versus out. Two reasons. Better balance, plus I can raise and lower it one handed while laying down looking thru my scope.
Have Larue/Harris on mine
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