Originally Posted by MrJeffersonDavis2UBoy
Do you have a closeup picture of how your bipod is mounted on your gun
I zoomed in to the bipod clamp area on a photo I had previously taken . . . .
I did not slide it onto the rail. I loosened up the clamp as much as I could, hooked the fixed end onto the rail, swiveled the bipod so that the loose end of the clap came into contact with the rail, and then tightened everything up. I cannot say for sure whether the clamping screw was impeded by the size of the gap in the rail, but all is nice and tight.
After this photo was taken, I moved the biopod to the end of the rail so that I could mount a Magpul AFG2 behind it. I've used the bipod every time I've been to the range, and it really helps my accuracy at 50 yards.
As for the AFG2, I did have to tap the retaining screw through - I could not install it with simple hand pressure, but it is installed. The picatinny risers I used on the top rail both installed with no problems.