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Atlas Bipods fill my own personal needs for a higher quality, quick detachable bipod. The quality is simply superb. So I became an Atlas dealer. Read the LRH feature article review HERE.
- Len Backus -
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This Atlas Bipod model is meant to stay mounted on your rifle but can be removed almost as easily as a Harris. Two screw clamp included. Very slightly... More →
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I want the ability to quickly remove and re-attach my Atlas Bipod so I mounted this model on all my personal rifles. -Len Backus-
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If your rifle stock has 2 sling studs spaced from 1.76" to 2.78" apart then this BT15 3.35" 1913 Rail will work. It has a relieved base to accommodate curved surfaces, but can also be used on stocks with a flat surface if needed.
Used for mounting 1913 rails (our part numbers BT15 and BT17) consists of two (2) 10-32 T-Nuts and two (2) 10-32 x ¾" Button Head Cap Screws.... More →
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The BT17 - 4" 1913 Rail will accommodate sling stud hole patterns with a center to center spacing of 2.2" – 3.5". It has a FLAT base to accommodate... More →
This Atlas Bipod leg extension kit gives you 3 more inches of height. - Len Backus -
Easily installed with the press of a stainless steel plunger... More →
Easily installed with the press of a stainless steel plunger, they provide a fully articulated aggressive foot for the Atlas Bipod. Weight 2.1 ounces.
This is the Atlas Bipod rail that you may want to use for a new installation if your front sling attachment consists of a flush cup on the side of the... More →
This rail is similar to the BT34 but one end has a slot to allow for some flexibility in the distance between anchors. The BT49 – 2.05" 1913 Rail has a center to center spacings 1.2 - 1.6".
The Atlas Bipod Pouch is designed to accomodate any of the Atlas bipod models except the longer BT47 and includes compartments for leg extensions... More →
The PSR Atlas Bipod is the new and improved version of the hugely popular Atlas Bipod. The manufacturer listened to suggestions from customers to make two main changes on this new model. On this model they've eliminated the slight lean when loading the bipod and they've also eliminated the rotation of the legs. We feel that these are important and useful improvements that reduce the chance of inconsistent bipod loading which can affect accuracy! This BT46-LW17 model is the same size as the original BT10-LW17 and includes the quick-release mechanism.
This BT47-LW17 model is the new taller version and includes the quick-release mechanism.
If your rifle stock only has a single sling stud and you don't want to add a 2nd anchor, then this is the rail for you
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