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Good afternoon, all!

I've recently caught the firearm bug, and am awaiting the components for a semi-custom 10/22 which I'm building/assembling. It will be based on the Magpul Hunter X-22 stock, and therein lie my questions:

What are the different styles of mounting for bi-pods, in general? I'm trying to determine what, (other than Picatinny, which I generally understand), the options are, and how they work.

Also, can anyone recommend a specific bi-pod for a 10/22, or a specific manufacturer that makes excellent bi-pods?

Thank you all for your time!

Tim :)
 

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Thanks, Neon! I meant to do more of an introduction, but my questions took over my train of thought. Hehe.

How do you like living in Tennessee? My wife and I have interest in possibly moving there, someday.
 

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Welcome from Nor-Cal!
 

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Thank you all for the welcome messages! :)

I'll take a look at the 10/22 forum. And I will definitely post photos and information once the components arrive, and are assembled.

Thanks again,
Tim
 

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Welcome from NH.
 

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Welcome from the Republic of Texas...
 

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A big welcome to the Forum from Georgia!!
 

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Welcome from Central Florida.
 

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Thanks for the continued welcomes! It's much appreciated, and is nice to see how friendly the forum is.

Contended, I'll definitely keep everyone updated on the build. It's definitely a budget build; around 500.00 USD (iron sights, no optics yet), so it won't be anything real fancy, but I have high hopes that it will be a fun. It was also an educational experience, just to determine the components I needed to assemble it. Also, it will have a bit more sentimental value, (and hopefully quality/accuracy), than if I'd bought one straight off the shelf. Always room to grow with the 10/22... not like I could run out of "Oh, that's shiny..." things to add to it/replace/upgrade on it. :D

Thanks again!
 

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Welcome from Indiana. Glad to have you in the family. Looking forward to seeing the finished product.
 
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