B&T Accushot PSR Atlas Bipod in Standard Height 7075 BT46 NC No Clamp or ADM QD Lever LW17 (Optional Upgrade)
The BT46-NC PSR (Precision Sniper Rifle) Atlas Bipod "No Clamp" model has a two hole pattern of 1.100” with the holes being 10/32 threads. It requires any 17S size lever style mount to include the ADM-170-S, ARMS 17S, TRAMP from Badger Ordnance, LT271 or any Arca dovetail mount with the same hole pattern. The BT46-NC will also mount directly our BT19 (AI) and BT21 (TRG) spigots.
It is comprised of 6061-T6 aluminum, except the strengthened inner legs which are made from 7075-T6 aluminum that are Mil-Spec Type III hard coat anodized and have heat treated, stainless steel components. The PSR series of Atlas Bipods were developed for the SOCOM PSR (Precision Sniper Rifle) Weapons System (BT46-LW17 was selected for SOCOM PSR). Available in black only.
Height Range: 4.75 – 9.0" approximately
Preloaded Pan: 15 degrees +/-
Preloaded Cant: 15 degrees +/-
Fore and Aft pivot limiting Bosses
5 leg positions: 0, 45, 90, 135 and 180 degrees
Non-Rotating Legs: outer leg does not rotate around inner leg
Larger, stronger inner legs
Weight: 11.42 ounces
Footprint: 8 – 11"
Designed, Engineered, Machined & Assembled in America.
- ADM 170-S Lever (aka LW17) - High Quality Quick Detach Lever mounts directly to any Picatinny rail.
The Atlas Accuracy International Spigot (AAIS) Part number BT19 – Is designed for use with the BT10-NC, BT46-NC, or BT47-NC Atlas Bipods that mounts directly to the AAIS which plugs into the Accuracy International AI/AICS stocks utilizing the factory retention/release mechanism. The AAIS is constructed from 6061T6 Aluminum with a type II hard coat anodize mated with an alloy steel Spigot that is finished with a Manganese Phosphate. The AAIS weighs approximately 4.7 ounces is proudly made in the USA.
**Important** When installing the BT-19 Please be sure to Loosen the Tension Nut up as much as possible before inserting the Spigot into the stock. Push Spigot into the receptacle using the Tension Knob until there is a good solid Click of the spigot locking into place, then tighten the Tension Knob.