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Author:  YepYep [ Tue Nov 17, 2020 12:03 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for ideas for a bipod for a Diana 24c break bar

leadslinger wrote:
. Because if those legs fold when you are leaning into it. It could be a bad day.


For this reason, you are right. That bipod doesn't have a safety catch to prevent the legs to fold~

In my case, I sit on the chair and the gun with bipod standing straight up on the table, I only have touch of the shoulder and the trigger hand on the gun like the gentleman shooting the HW30 on below screen shot.

I don't think the bipod can bear the weight of the gun PLUS my body and won't lean onto it too... If shooting on the ground with prone pose, that's another case~ right? Image

Author:  Tail Air Gunner [ Sat Dec 05, 2020 9:44 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for ideas for a bipod for a Diana 24c break bar

Finally got a perfect Bi pod for my Diana 24C
And yes, you can move it around so that you can pump it even when the bi-pod is open or closed

I took it out today to test it. Perfect and cheap too. The legs can extend as well. Made of aluminum alloy and other metals. No plastic ( I did add some extra rubber buffer padding around the barrel clamp to add a little more protection than what was already in place)

$26 Bucks US ,link at the bottom is anyone is interested and frugal ?


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https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005001 ... 4c4dzDYgyz

Author:  YepYep [ Sat Dec 05, 2020 10:50 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for ideas for a bipod for a Diana 24c break bar

How about accuracy being affected before and after? Or just the same?

Author:  twister [ Sun Dec 06, 2020 12:30 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for ideas for a bipod for a Diana 24c break bar

YepYep wrote:
How about accuracy being affected before and after? Or just the same?

I would like to know too. I can't see how that would make it shoot accurate. The paint roller works way better if it's sitting right in front of the trigger guard.

Author:  leadslinger [ Sun Dec 06, 2020 8:08 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for ideas for a bipod for a Diana 24c break bar

Tail Air Gunner wrote:
$26 Bucks US ,link at the bottom is anyone is interested and frugal ?

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005001 ... 4c4dzDYgyz


FYI. It's 22 CAD on Amazon with prime. If those don't want to wait 2 months.

Author:  Tail Air Gunner [ Sun Dec 06, 2020 10:07 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for ideas for a bipod for a Diana 24c break bar

leadslinger wrote:
Tail Air Gunner wrote:
$26 Bucks US ,link at the bottom is anyone is interested and frugal ?

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005001 ... 4c4dzDYgyz


FYI. It's 22 CAD on Amazon with prime. If those don't want to wait 2 months.


Do you have the Amazon link? I looked on amazon, found nothng

Author:  YepYep [ Sun Dec 06, 2020 11:13 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for ideas for a bipod for a Diana 24c break bar

twister wrote:
YepYep wrote:
How about accuracy being affected before and after? Or just the same?

I would like to know too. I can't see how that would make it shoot accurate. The paint roller works way better if it's sitting right in front of the trigger guard.
I am open to the result as I didn't try that by myself before and didn't read a real case besides me, so I really want to know how that performs... Maybe it's okay and acceptable on a weaker power Diana 24~ (read many cases, pretty sure not working on a higher or full power springer, right?)

Author:  leadslinger [ Sun Dec 06, 2020 11:35 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for ideas for a bipod for a Diana 24c break bar

Tail Air Gunner wrote:
leadslinger wrote:
Tail Air Gunner wrote:
$26 Bucks US ,link at the bottom is anyone is interested and frugal ?

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005001 ... 4c4dzDYgyz


FYI. It's 22 CAD on Amazon with prime. If those don't want to wait 2 months.


Do you have the Amazon link? I looked on amazon, found nothng


https://www.amazon.ca/bestsight-Clamp-F ... 07&sr=8-19

One for 24$

https://www.amazon.ca/JINSE-Clamp-Foldi ... 57&sr=8-35

Shorter one for 24$

https://www.amazon.ca/JINSE-Dragon-Clam ... 57&sr=8-40

Author:  Tail Air Gunner [ Sun Dec 06, 2020 4:21 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for ideas for a bipod for a Diana 24c break bar

Being an under 500 fps Diana24 C, I bought this for pinking, and pest control.
When I got the bipod yesterday , I only tested it while plinking cans in the yard at 8 yards to make sure it would clap on.

Now that you guys asked what the results are, I took it to 20 yards / 18 meters , with paper target

this was the results..

Six shots per target, 3/4" groupings and under was the average.

I also shot at a grid target, aiming for the box corners
I'm pleased


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Author:  YepYep [ Sun Dec 06, 2020 4:34 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for ideas for a bipod for a Diana 24c break bar

Looks good! Were the two on the corners fliers? Shooter error or related to the bipod?
Did you do a comparison use and not use the bipod (can use a roller support or some soft supports)?

TBH, 20yards 3/4 inch groups is not bad at all~ Good gun, good shooter and good setups ~

Author:  Tail Air Gunner [ Sun Dec 06, 2020 6:55 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for ideas for a bipod for a Diana 24c break bar

YepYep wrote:
Looks good! Were the two on the corners fliers? Shooter error or related to the bipod?
Did you do a comparison use and not use the bipod (can use a roller support or some soft supports)?

TBH, 20yards 3/4 inch groups is not bad at all~ Good gun, good shooter and good setups ~


Tks Yep Yep
No not flyers...
did you mean on the 1st target photo? I thought a 3/4" group with 6 shot was good.


If you mean the last two photos, I WAS aiming for the grid pattern cross , so on photo #3 It was BANG on. That the best shot..I was so pleased with that one Right where I wanted it to go.
In the last photo #4 I was a little low.. by 3 or 4 mm.
I shot better with the bipod, ( I dont have a real roller so was using a rolled blanket )

I am new to this hobby, so I am loving this.
I never knew I could shoot until I was in the cadets back in 1980, they told me I had a knack and won a little medal, shooting 22 powder.
Then I joined the reserves when I hit 18 and wanted to go to sniper school... but I gave that up.

So this is my first time in 30 some odd years, shooting on targets.

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