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Bipods & Other Rests
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".
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 →
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.
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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 →
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 →
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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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.
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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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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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