Atlas bipod

Discussion in 'Other Stuff For Sale' started by bandit10-4, Aug 30, 2011.

  1. bandit10-4

    bandit10-4 Well-Known Member

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    I have 2 new Atlas V8 Bipods for sale they are new in the package (BT10). I also have 2 ACCU-SHOT locking monopods (BT04)

    $220 shipped for the Atlas
    $70 shipped for the mono

    First I'll take it!
     

  2. lwellingham

    lwellingham Well-Known Member

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    I'd like one of each.
     

  3. bluedevil90

    bluedevil90 New Member

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    I will take the other bipod. Let me know an email or phone number and I'll arrange payment and other details. thanks.
     
  4. ROBSTER

    ROBSTER Well-Known Member

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    Let me know what you guy`s think of the atlas bipod I have been thinking about getting one.
    robster
     
  5. FFEMT

    FFEMT Well-Known Member

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    I just recently received my Atlas bipod, have only used it twice (range practice) But I am impressed with it and feel it will be extremely versatile in the field.
     
  6. lwellingham

    lwellingham Well-Known Member

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    Bluedevil has my proxy.
     
  7. bandit10-4

    bandit10-4 Well-Known Member

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    Sold!!!
     
  8. bluedevil90

    bluedevil90 New Member

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    You asked and I'll share my first impressions. I never thought I needed a high end bipod, but the Atlas is very nice and I won't go back. It's clearly precision machined and functions very well. The legs articulate 180 degrees with stops every 45 degrees. The legs extend and are lock positively at various lengths from about 5 to 9 inches. It's fairly light, about 10 ounces I'm guessing. The nicest feature to me is that it tilts and pans smoothly while remaining steady, or you can set it lock the cant and pan in place. It's a huge step up from the various Harris bipods I have used, but it's also a big jump in price. There are several varieties and the one I got attaches to the bottom picatinny rail on my AR10. I'm sure Atlas or the guys at ADM can advise what model or hardware will attach to a sling swivel stud like a Harris does, but I don't know how to do that. I will have to find out. Hope that helps.