Atlas BT15 3.35" 1913 picatinny rail from Accu-Shot
The new BT15 3.35" 1913 Rail will accommodate hole patterns with a center to center spacing of 1.76 – 2.78" with a relieved base to accommodate curved surfaces. A standard sling stud and Sling Stud spacer can be used as one fastener or two Button head machine screws can be used, NO HARDWARE IS INCLUDEDto attach this rail to the forearm of standard rifle stocks. The BT15 can also be attached to a horizontal surface on the Butt section to attach our BT12 or BT13 Precision Rail Monopods. The BT15 also has a flush cup for that style of sling swivels.
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
this rail to my FX Bobcat and it fit perfect! Even has a hole so I can loosen ...
I mounted this rail to my FX Bobcat, and it fit perfect! It even has a hole so I can loosen the set screw for the tank without removing the rail.
Great rail for my bipod
Excellent rail for my bipod, but it would be better if it included a couple of button head screws for installing.
Atlas is always top notch
Fit my HS Pro 2000 stock perfectly. No drilling needed, my Harris bipod with QD lever fit perfectly. Buy it.
Excellent Addition to Most Rifles
This is, in my view, well worth the money. I used mine to replace the two stock swivel studs on the forward stock on a Savage AccuStock. It screwed into place with a pair of 10-32 x 3/4" long pan-head machine screws with a touch of blue Loctite. Hard-to-Find Fastener 014973174217 Phillips Machine Screws (20 Piece), 10-32 x 3/4", Black will get you the screws. If you're mounting to a wood stock, the process is even more natural. Now all my rifles can use the same slings and QD swivel mounts, AND they can take advantage of professional-grade bipods like the Atlas, VersaPod, and others.
Fits Browning Xbolt perfect
I mounted it on a Browning Xbolt so I could use a bipod on multiple rifles. This is really well made and fit the radius of the forend perfectly! Looks like the rifle came with it.
AccuShot Front 1913 Picatinny bipod mount
worked great on wood stock. I just used epoxy to help secure the screws.