Atlas: BT10NC/BT19 AccuShot Bipod

B and T Industries
(1 review)
Current Stock:


  • Construction from T6061 Aluminum, Hard Anodized black
  • Stainless steel springs and fasteners
  • UHMW components used for smooth tracking
  • 15 degrees +/- of preloaded Pan
  • 15 degrees +/- of preloaded Cant
  • Preload on Pan and Cant can be tightened by means of the knurled knob
  • Picitinny Rail Mount interface by either standard machine screw fastener based clamp or optional ARMS 17S lever mount.
  • Non orientated leg positioning: use either hand to move leg into any of the four leg positions
  • Leg positions are: stowed back, 90 degrees straight down, 45 degrees forward and stowed forward.
  • All 4 leg positions are solid, allowing the shooter to load the bipod at the 45 and 90 degree positions.
  • Non-orientated leg length adjustment: Outer leg slides on the Inner leg locating on any of five positions ¾” apart and can be done by either hand.
  • Optional 3” leg extensions to increase height available.
  • Standard soft durable Rubber feet that are suitable for many surfaces.
  • Optional interchangeable Ski and Multi Spiked style feet can be swapped in the field with the press of a ball plunger with a bullet tip.
  • Optional mounting systems available for Accuracy International and Sako rifles.
  • Estimated range of elevation on the BT10 is 5-9” from the surface up to the rail.
  • Estimated weight of 10.5 ounces for the clamp on style
  • Made in America


  • 5
    Worth every penny

    Posted by Bob on Sep 26th 2019

    Perfect on my AI AT308, absolutely perfect. Really built for it. I love the yaw dampening feature which is really needed on a long, heavy rifle. Works right out of the box with ease and large enough to do the job without getting in the way. I'd read that it only takes 30 sec. to install or remove. Honestly, if it takes more than 1o you're doing something wrong, I'm glad I got the 3" leg extensions for prone shooting. Regret that I didn't get the "ski pole" feet. The provided large rubber feet work but on some surfaces you really need something a bit less mushy with a cement or other hard bench or window sill.