While I'm waiting--configuring rifle

cmoore806

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I've ordered a Seekins Havak Bravo in 6.5 CM and there's about two months waiting. I have a Leupold Mark 5hd 5-25 and Seekins rings for it. My goals for shooting with it are for future PRS matches, ideally. I am trying to pickup accessories on KRG's website for the Bravo stock so I can get things ready to go when the rifle shows up.

Specifically I have an accu-tac BR4 G2 bipod and need to mount it (https://www.accu-tac.com/product/br-4-g2/)

From KRG (https://kineticresearchgroup.com) Do I need a spigot mount from and a pic rail or are the different/better ways to proceed?

what about QD sling mounts, I think the bravo has a rear QD cup but Id need the spigot or other attachment point on the front right?
 

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You only need a spigot if you want to use a spigot, otherwise you can mount a picatinny rail on the bottom of the chassis itself. A bravo comes with a picatinny rail for that, but Im not sure what it comes with from seekins.

If you dont get a spigot you can use the ambi sling mount for a sling flushcup https://kineticresearchgroup.com/product/ambi-sling-mount/


If you do get a spigot you can attach this to the side of it for the flushcup https://kineticresearchgroup.com/product/qd-sling-plate/

 
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The BR4 G2 comes in two flavors. Arca rail & Pic rail. Assuming the one you got is the Pic rail, the easiest and cheapest solution is mount a pic rail to the Bravo and mount the Accu-tac. If you want to move the bipod fwd more, KRG makes spigot mounts for both the Arca and Pic rail mount. Personally i like the look and function of the more fwd position of the spigots.
 
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Thanks for the input. This helps a lot. I do have the pic rail accu tac. I also like the look of the spigot and maybe the widest base helps somehow for stability but frankly I’m too much of a novice to rely on some little gain in that area. I’ll have to weigh the price of the spigot for looks alone I guess.
 

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I mean it extends (or narrows?) your arc of movement (or some term like that) and lowers the center of gravity so it is a mathematical benefit there. The minimal spigot doesn't allow you to do a flush cup so its sort of an expensive experiment for the full one at over 100 bucks. My cousin has the spigot and likes it and I know he is floundering on the bravo itself but he kept the spigot through a couple different krg chassis so it cant be detrimental.