Took me a little while to track down all the parts. I really like this rifle.
Sporting a Williams set trigger, and a Hensoldt ZF 4-16x56 on a B&T rail. When the charging handle locks, it just kisses the scope cap. I really like the wood on the 91.
Just need to figure out a safe/secure way to get a bi-pod onto the wood forend; then sand and stain the wood to give a better match to the finish.
Last edited by sickness; 01-07-2019 at 11:30 PM. Reason: typo
Own: HK91, SR9, PSG1 clone, SP5k, G36k, HK416, P30L, 2x P8, 2x P8A1, USP9, USP9 FDE
Future: SP5 inbound
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For a bipod look for the "heavy bipod" that attaches near receiver.
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One possibility for a bi-pod set up is a Harris HBRS bi-pod with the HB2R adapter. I had one set up on an HK91 wood forearm years ago. You do not have to alter anything you can just put the flange part of the adapter on the inside of the forearm so it lines up with the farthest forward hole in the center of the forearm and then screw the sling adapter piece into it from the other side and tighten. Now you can easily attach and detach the folding 6"- 9" swivel bi-pod. It is a really good solution and does not require you to mess up your expensive wood forearm.
• Ultralight weights13 oz.
• Extends from 6" to 9"
• Swivels (tilts) to compensate for uneven terrain.
• Has a built in sling swivel stud to attach the sling.
Thanks for the pointer on that.
Man I've been wanting a wood stock set for my 91. Looks really good!
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