Keeping Your Bipod above the Snow and Mud
When hunting with a bipod in the snow make a strap out of leather or nylon that will extend from one leg to the other to support it in the snow. Its easy...Just extend your bipod legs and measure the distance between them. Then take a chunk of belt leather and punch a couple holes in it a little smaller then the diameter of the bipod legs. A couple of straight knife cuts in a "X" will also work. Slip the knobs off the bottom of the legs and install the strap. If the holes in the belt are small enough to fit tightly they will not slip up the legs and you now have a stable surface to set your bipod on and it will not sink in the snow on those long coyote shots.
Submitted by Michael J. Larson
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