Is this what you are talking about?
A couple of years ago I seem to remember seeing a bipod for the K98 that would attach to the bayonet lug. Am I remembering correctly? I am familiar with the universal bipod that is beeing advertised but I would like to keep my rifle in its military stock. If there is such a bipod available, where can it be found?
That is it. However, I checked the Brownells sight and they evidently no longer carry it. Does anyone if the universal bipod that is being advertised can be used with the rifle remaining in military configuration. The reason I am interested is because I live in Montana where long shots from a prone position on antelope, mule deer and coyotes are common place.
Just a thought, but if that's all you want, perhaps consider modifying a junk postwar Yugo bayonet along with the bipod of your choice. You shouldn't have too much trouble finding a machine shop to do it for you and the cost would likely be minimal.
late E/H marked Gustloff stock specially inletted for machine gun barrel
unnumbered E/359 inspected armourer stock
transitional late unnumbered type Bruenn (dot) stock which uses bandspring and has bayo mount but no hole for cleaning rod
unnumbered Mauser Oberndorf standard stock as typically found on some byf 44 K and L block rifles
unnumbered flat buttplate with inspection marking (i.e. I need an armourer flat buttplate)