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  1. Thanks and I went with the GripPod as much for the bipod as for the foregrip. Having the integrated bipod is a nice feature. I am still experimenting, and as much as anything, just an excuse to shoot more!
  2. Good tip, now I have to order some extra springs since I jammed the indent and retainer spring up pretty good!
  3. Thanks and both make sense and I will experiment with both and see what works the best for me.
  4. Hello. Where do you think is the best place to locate a fore grip on the rail? I have a GripPod and I like the bipod to be closer to the muzzle for stability, but this makes the rifle front end heavy. Any thoughts? Thanks.
  5. Thanks folks, this helped me as well (I am new to the AR). I found that the forward stock assembly has to be screwed in far enough so that the forward edge of the stock assembly has to cover the flat top of the buffer retainer plunger. Like you said "live and learn"!
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