The BT46-LW17 PSR (Precision Sniper Rifle) Atlas Bipod mounts directly to any 1913 style Picatinny rail via the included ADM-170-S lever.
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. Available in black only.
Selected for the SOCOM PSR (Precision Sniper Rifle) Weapons System. NSN 1005-01-663-0038
- Fore and Aft Pivot Limiting Bosses
- Non Rotating Legs
- Outer leg does not rotate around inner leg
- Larger, Stronger Legs
- UHMW components used for smooth tracking
- Preload on Pan and Cant can be tightened by means of the knurled knob
- Picatinny Rail Mount interface by either standard machine screw fastener based clamp or optional ARMS 17S lever mount
- Independent, intentional and non-orientated leg positioning allows either hand to move leg into any of the five leg positions
Solid leg positions allows shooter to load the bipod at the 45 and 90 degree positions.
- Non-orientated leg length adjustment done by either hand: Outer leg slides on the Inner leg locating on any of five positions ¾” apart
- Optional 3” Leg Extensions to increase height
- Soft, durable Standard Rubber feet that are suitable for many surfaces
- Optional interchangeable Ski and Raider Cleat feet easily swapped in the field with the press of a stainless steel plunger with a bullet tip
- Optional mounting systems available for Accuracy International and Sako rifles
- Proudly Designed, Engineered, Machined & Assembled in America
|Height Range (in)||5 – 9.4|
|Height at 90 Degrees (in)||6.8|
|Preloaded Pan (Degrees)||30|
|Preloaded Cant (Degrees)||30|
|Position Button Diameter (in)||0.5|
|Leg Position Angles (Degrees)||0, 45, 90, 135, 180|
|Footprint (in)||8 – 11|
Installing and adjusting the ADM Lever
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR QD AUTO LOCK SYSTEM
NO TOOLS ARE REQUIRED FOR AUTO LOCK ADJUSTMENT
- Before attempting to install your ADM mount, please take the time to ensure that your firearm is unloaded and the muzzle is pointed in a safe direction.
- Please repeat number 1.
- Look over your ADM mount and become familiar with its components.
- Unlock the mount. To do this depress the lock button and move the lever 180 degrees to the open position.
- Install the assembly onto the rail and move the lever to the locked position.
- Check the tension to close. The correct amount of tension is the maximum amount you apply with one hand to move the lever to a closed position. How much tension you prefer is dependent on your own judgement and personal preference. Please remember, this system has a lot more surface contact than the competition, so you may not need to push the lever as hard to achieve the same result.
- To adjust the tension, move the lever to the open position and push the lever towards the base. This will make the adjustment nut protrude on the opposite side of the base. With the nut protruding, it may be turned to the right or the left to make the necessary adjustment. We recommend tightening one to two flats per time, then testing the tension. Since there are eight flats on the octagonal nut, this process may take a few tries to get it where you want it. You will need NO tools for this step.
- While utilizing a mount with vertical rings, please note to tighten the bottom screws first, then the top screws. There should be a slight gap between where the top of the rings meet when tightened properly. The torque rating for the ring screws is 20-25 innbs. max. For optics mounts, such as the AD-T1 series and other red dot mounts, there isn’t a torque rating. Simply snug the screws down a little more than finger tight. Over tightening of the small screws on optics such as the Aimpoint T1, risks stripping the threads and ruining the optic. The only threadlocker that American Defense recommends is VC-3 Vibra-Tite Threadmate. The use of any other threadlocker may cause damage to the mount and void the warranty
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