Accu-Shot Monopods and Atlas Bipods from B&T Industries

Some of the best products stem from solutions to basic problems. That’s exactly how B&T Industries—the parent company to Accu-Shot Monopods and Atlas Bipods—was created in 1997. More than 20 years later, Atlas Bipods are a household name among law enforcement, military and civilian rifle shooters alike.


Guns & Ammo Magazine Rifles & Optics Editor, Tom Beckstrand, spoke with B&T Industries Owner, Kasey Beltz, about the company’s history and product lineup from their booth at the 2019 SHOT Show.

Constantly innovating, both Accu-Shot Monopods and Atlas Bipods have continued to develop and adapt to the growing needs of shooters. Accu-Shot Monopods offer rear support with gross and fine adjustments for stud- and rail-mount rifle stocks while Atlas Bipods are available in various pan and cant models with height adjustment and signature 45-degree leg positioning. MSRP for Accu-Shot Monopods range from $75-150; MSRP for Atlas Bipods range from $220-450.


Beltz also details what to look for in potential counterfeit bipods. Accept no substitutions, purchase your Atlas Bipod from an Authorized Dealer or B&T Industries directly.

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