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Badger Ordnance Bipod Accessory Rail (BAR)

Badger Ordnance Bipod Accessory Rail (BAR)
Badger Ordnance Bipod Accessory Rail (BAR) 306-60 Badger Ordnance Bipod Accessory Rail (BAR) 306-60 Badger Ordnance Bipod Accessory Rail (BAR) 306-60
 
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306-60
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The Badger Ordnance Bipod Accessory Rail (BAR) is lightweight, manufactured from Mil Spec aluminum alloy, featuring a flush cup sling mounting point and a hard coat anodizing finish.

Distance between screw holes measure 3.25" center to center.  Includes #10-32 mounting hardware.

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1 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Jerry G
Feb 4, 2016
The mount is rugged, well finished and MADE IN THE USA
For two screws, the installation is more than screwing this on to your forend.

Advantages: allows me to rail mount a bipod and a sling.

Disadvantages: I mounted it on a Weatherby Mark V with a composite stock.
Proceed with caution.
First the mounting hole adjacent to the hole for the existing sling stud is too close for the provided "T" nut to work as designed. I started with a small pilot hole. Luckily the Weatherby stock has an aluminum rail imbedded in the stock and I drilled and tapped it to the correct size for the front screw (the size of the screw is not listed so it took some time to find it on the internet. the rear screw is straight forward except you need a forstner bit to countersink the "T" nut. a final note the paper provided shows what appears to be a a drilling template, it is not, the hole location is 1/8" too short, the drawing is for dimensions only. Badger could do better with the instructions and resize the drawing to the correct dimensions.
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