I am assuming you mean out on the field while hunting...
I prefer to use the shooting sticks as they are easier to use if you are sitting and offer more versatility when it comes to leg placement. They are easier to adjust with the terrain and circumstance.
Bipods are great when shooting from a bench, truck hood, or tail gate, etc. But I found when coyote, bear, deer, rabbit, or elk hunting, shooting sticks just work better because you never really know where you will need them. I carry mine in the handy "holster" that came in the package. They set up in a matter of 2 seconds and I can be on target in less than 4 seconds.
I guess it just depends on where you will be shooting from and what you will be shooting at.
Accuracy. What an incredible way to give yourself a true advantage.
Go to your club and get a bunch of guys together - and put a target out there at 250 meters. Break out the deer rifles and see who can shoot a decent group, even off of the bench, at this distance. I think you will be shocked at how few can do it.
So - with that in mind, I recently set out to try to develop a semi-custom rifle that I could afford and that would shoot - repeatedly - at MOA.
I started with a platform that I love...