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So, you want to take some cool looking photos with the Atlas Bipod? Don't blame you.

But which one should you get? Good question - check out the video for a bit of an overview.

I am enjoying using the Atlas Bipods - they seem to just offer a bit more variety in setup options.

V8PSR5-H
BT10-LW17BT46-LW17BT47-LW17BT35-LW17
BT10-LW17BT46-LW17BT47-LW17BT35-LW17
HEIGHT RANGE4.75 – 9.0"4.75 – 9.0"7.0 - 13.0"5.5 - 10.5"
WEIGHT12.7 oz13.61 oz15.13 oz27.2 oz
OPTIONAL FEETYESYESYESYES
MOUNTING OPTIONSQuick Detach Lever includedQuick Detach Lever includedQuick Detach Lever includedQuick Detach Lever included
NON- ROTATING LEGS*NOYESYESYES
90° FOOTPRINT SPREAD (approximate)8-11"8-11"10 - 14.5"14.5 - 19.5"
45° LEG POSITIONYESYESYESYES
TOTAL LEG POSITIONS5555
PAN15°+/-
30° total
15°+/-
30° total
15°+/-
30° total
15°+/-
30° total
CANT15°+/-
30° total
15°+/-
30° total
15°+/-
30° total
15°+/-
30° total
ADJUSTABLE PAN/CANT TENSIONYESYESYESYES
FORE/AFT LIMITING BOSSESNOYESYESNO
INNER LEG MATERIAL6061-T6 Aluminum7075-T6 Aluminum7075-T6 Aluminum6061-T6 Aluminum
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