Can you help me identify this Bipod pictured on the AI AT?

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Can you help Identify what Bipod this is? and what side picante rail this is on the AT Rifle. This is a current picture off the AI web site. Any help Appreciated. Also where can you buy?
 

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All joking aside I had one imported from England a few years ago (they weren’t in the us yet)…not up to AI standards in my opinion.

Some guys like a loose feel, some guys like a rock solid feel…not the problem.

This feels “cheap” and not nearly robust as a atlas.
 
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All joking aside I had one imported from England a few years ago (they weren’t in the us yet)…not up to AI standards in my opinion.

Some guys like a loose feel, some guys like a rock solid feel…not the problem.

This feels “cheap” and not nearly robust as a atlas.
Aside from feeling cheap, did you y have any issues with it? Do the legs extend with a spring like a Harris or do you need to pull them out?
 

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Aside from feeling cheap, did you y have any issues with it? Do the legs extend with a spring like a Harris or do you need to pull them out?
I’ll check tomorrow morning …if I don’t forget.

It functioned fine, kept the rifle from falling in the dirt lol.

Havnt used it in a while but I remember the leg lock pins not feeling very strong when opening and closing. And I think the legs /feet rotate /spin. I’ll check for leg extension detents or if it’s smooth leg like old Harris bipods

For square range work we like them locked and such but when panning the free spin does help a little with leg hop.
 
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actually didnt forget this morning:

now that i played with it and remember

locks to the AI keymod rail like a tank

cant knob is nice and you can make it tight

"frame" is strong..not going to break or bend

legs are where is slips a little

knotched legs

no screw to lock them at a certain height

little spring to "eject them" when totally closed

regular rubber feet

the legs store flush etc, the little pin sticking out is flush when stored
so you dont have to press anything to open legs

but when the pin pops out the legs just dont feel sturdy

not the regular flop of the original AI that seemed built in, but feels "loose"

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actually didnt forget this morning:

now that i played with it and remember

locks to the AI keymod rail like a tank

cant knob is nice and you can make it tight

"frame" is strong..not going to break or bend

legs are where is slips a little

knotched legs

no screw to lock them at a certain height

little spring to "eject them" when totally closed

regular rubber feet

the legs store flush etc, the little pin sticking out is flush when stored
so you dont have to press anything to open legs

but when the pin pops out the legs just dont feel sturdy

not the regular flop of the original AI that seemed built in, but feels "loose"

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Thank you for posting the pictures and info, I really appreciate it. Honestly their is not a lot of info out there on this.
 
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