Mounting Solutions Plus Expands Atlas Bipod Offering

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posted on December 30, 2014
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Mounting Solutions Plus, a manufacturer and distributor of firearm products, announces the expansion of their Atlas Bipod offering. The new PSR Atlas Bipods are now available for retail customers and dealers via the Mounting Solutions Plus website.

The new PSR Atlas Bipod line features multiple improvements over previous models, including fore and aft limiting bosses, non-rotating legs, and strengthened leg boss.

BT46-LW17 PSR Atlas Bipod: Standard height with ADM 170-S Lever

  • Model: BT46-LW17 PSR Atlas Bipod
  • Mounts directly to any 1913 style Picatinny rail via included ADM 170-S Lever.
  • Height Range approximately 4.75 – 9.0 inches.
  • 15 degrees +/- of preloaded Pan.
  • 15 degrees +/- of preloaded Cant.
  • Leg positions are; stowed back, 90 degrees straight down, 45 degrees forward and stowed forward.
  • Fore and Aft pivot limiting Bosses
  • Non-Rotating Legs
  • Strengthened Leg Boss
  • Inner Leg constructed from T7075
  • Weight 13.61 ounces.
  • Available in black only.
  • Made in America


BT46-NC PSR Atlas Bipod: Standard height No Clamp

  • Model: BT46-NC PSR Atlas Bipod
  • BT46-NC-No Clamp model (No Clamp meaning it does not have the means to attach to a rail) it requires any 17S size lever style mount to include the ADM-170-S, ARMS 17S, TRAMP from Badger Ordnance and LT271 or the BT10-NC will mount directly to our BT19 (AI) and BT21 (TRG) spigots.
  • The BT46-NC also mounts directly to our AAIS Part # BT19 and Sako TRG mount (in R&D now).
  • Height Range approximately 4.75 – 9.0 inches.
  • 15 degrees +/- of preloaded Pan.
  • 15 degrees +/- of preloaded Cant.
  • Leg positions are; stowed back, 90 degrees straight down, 45 degrees forward and stowed forward.
  • Fore and Aft pivot limiting Bosses
  • Non-Rotating Legs
  • Strengthened Leg Boss
  • Inner Leg constructed from T7075
  • Weight 11.42 ounces.
  • Available in black only.
  • Made in America


BT47-LW17 PSR Atlas Bipod: Tall with ADM 170-S Lever

  • Model: BT47-LW17 PSR Atlas Bipod
  • Estimated range of elevation is 7 – 13 inches
  • Mounts directly to any 1913 style Picatinny rail via included ADM 170-S Lever.
  • Height Range approximately 7.0 – 13.0 inches.
  • 15 degrees +/- of preloaded Pan.
  • 15 degrees +/- of preloaded Cant.
  • Leg positions are; stowed back, 90 degrees straight down, 45 degrees forward and stowed forward.
  • Fore and Aft pivot limiting Bosses
  • Non-Rotating Legs
  • Strengthened Leg Boss
  • Inner Leg constructed from T7075
  • Weight 15.13 ounces.
  • Available in black only.
  • Made in America


BT47-NC PSR Atlas Bipod: Tall No Clamp

  • Model: BT47-NC PSR Atlas Bipod
  • BT46-NC-No Clamp model (No Clamp meaning it does not have the means to attach to a rail) it requires any 17S size lever style mount to include the ADM-170-S, ARMS 17S , TRAMP from Badger Ordnance and LT271 or the BT10-NC will mount directly to our BT19 (AI) and BT21 (TRG) spigots.
  • The BT46-NC also mounts directly to our AAIS Part # BT19 and Sako TRG mount (in R&D now).
  • Height Range approximately 4.75 – 9.0 inches.
  • 15 degrees +/- of preloaded Pan.
  • 15 degrees +/- of preloaded Cant.
  • Leg positions are; stowed back, 90 degrees straight down, 45 degrees forward and stowed forward.
  • Fore and Aft pivot limiting Bosses
  • Non-Rotating Legs
  • Strengthened Leg Boss
  • Inner Leg constructed from T7075
  • Weight 12.86 ounces.
  • Available in black only.
  • Made in America


Visit Mounting Solutions Plus to see our entire selection of Atlas Bipods at http://www.mountsplus.com/AR-15_Accessories/AR-15_Scope_Mounts/Accu-Shot_Bipods.html

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